: "# Full night sky projection on ceiling and walls
# Three color options: Sapphire Blue, Emerald Green & Ruby Red
# Shell illuminates for a calming nightlight effect
# Auto shut-off 45 minute sleep timer
# Twilight Ladybug Star Guide to help identify constellations"
Amazon.com: Cloud B Twilight Ladybug: Baby Tonight's NightLight
"A soft animal friend straps onto the front of a plush wear-or-wheel bag, perfect for small travelers.
* Top zip closure.
* Telescoping handle; top handle.
* Approx. dimensions: 10'W x 13'H x 6'D.
* Polyester lining.
* By Popatu; imported.
* Kids' Wear."
Popatu 'Trolley' Rolling Backpack (Toddler & Little Girls) available from Nordstrom
Now, the minute I have a granddaughter... she's going to get one of these so that she can come for a visit at the drop of a hat. A rolling backpack... that is just so cool. Okay, it's going to be a while... my son isn't getting married until January of next year, but I'm already thinking about it.
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* What are you doing today?
* What's your favorite dish?
* Have you emptied your purse in the last week?
* Are you a coffee or tea girl?
* How much time do you spend in the kitchen?
* Where would you like to go on vacation if you had a choice?
* When was the last time you cooked anything??
New houses certainly don't come with chandeliers that look this cool. I don't think that there is a kid alive who would love this in their room and there's a pretty good chance that they won't want it replaced as they get older!
*Head over and take a closer look. It's awesome Imagine... a frog chandelier!
Available at All Kids Lamps
This would make for one cool bedroom, but I was thinking that it would be even better in a playroom. All you have to do is let their imaginations take over!
"Measures approximately 23 inches wide x 24 inches high x 90 inches long.
Constructed of 100% polyester mesh. Hand wash cold with mild detergent."
Available at Amazon.com:
“My Mom said she learned how to swim when someone took her out in the lake and threw her off the boat. I said, "Mom, they weren't trying to teach you how to swim.""
“Among the many thousands of things that I have never been able to understand, one in particular stands out. That is the question of who was the first person who stood by a pile of sand and said, "You know, I bet if we took some of this and mixed it with a little potash and heated it, we could make a material that would be solid and yet transparent. We could call it glass." Call me obtuse, but you could stand me on a beach till the end of time and never would it occur to me to try to make it into windows.”