Cue the fireworks! Independence Day calls for barbecues, fireworks, festivities and family time to celebrate our nation’s independence, and with each holiday, there’s always lots of mingling and family reunions! We included outfit picks that will have your little one looking fab this 4th of July, and getting into the holiday spirit with of course – red, white, and blue!
Happy July 1st! New FabKids collection is ready to shop! We are already in love with this Striped Ruffle Dress (how perfect is it for summer adventures?!)
Drowning is among the top causes of accidental death worldwide. Drowning can happen quickly and in less than 1 inch of water. Backyard swimming pools were the most common places where children under 5 drowned. The CDC reports that some of the key factors of drowning are lack of swimming ability, lack of barriers to prevent water access and lack of supervision while swimming. While these facts seem frightening, statistics show these drowning tragedies are preventable in a majority of cases. If your summer fun includes any kind of water activity, be sure to check out our water safety tips first!
The July 4th holiday is around the corner, can you believe it?! School’s out, and before you know it the bags (or coolers) will be packed for another Independence Day celebration. No matter where you will be celebrating this year— whether it’s a backyard BBQ or a beach weekend—some things will always be required: red, white & blue decorations and clothing and somewhere to watch fireworks. A fun add-on to most parties are sparklers too, but they’re not the safest party prop for kids. However, they don’t need to miss out! There are plenty of sparkler alternatives so your kids can join in on the fun and play it safe. I stopped by my local dollar store for some options and came away with two:
Having just celebrated the Summer Solstice, we made sure our wardrobes were ready for the upcoming summer season. Long and hot summer days call for cute sundresses!
Summer break has finally arrived! My family is on week one and so far my newly minted 3rd grader is basking in all that break has to offer: sleeping in, wearing whatever she wants and catching up on all the fun around-the-house things previously relegated to weekends. I figure we might have another week left in this sweet spot before she starts looking to be entertained. Do you have little ones in the same position? A summer staycation may be just what you need, read on for some ideas to get your planning started.
You asked and we listened! FabKids is beyond excited to announce that we have finally launched boys shoes! How exciting, right?! We have a variety of styles ranging from solid colors, to fun prints to a mix of both and we have slip-ons, Velcro options and lace-ups…everything your youngster could possibly want for some summer time fun and for back to school (which although summer just began, is right around the corner!). Your FabKid is sure to love these sweet kicks and with a value price point, they are not just kid-approved, but parent-approved as well! These cool kicks are durable for some serious playtime on the jungle gym, but also comfortable for back to school adventures. You can shop Boys Shoes today! Which pair will your FabKid want?
Ginger Ressler, Chief Stylist Of Fabletics shares one of her favorite prenatal recipes for expectant mothers… Eating for two means… you get to eat a whole pie (I wish!). Contrary to what you may have heard, you should only be eating about 200 extra calories a day. While I have cravings like every other pregnant woman, I try to choose wisely and only shop for healthy foods so that I’m not tempted.
The summer season is in full swing, and it’s time to pack up our bags for a family vacation! With the busy season year long, a little R & R is much needed. Whether you have a cruise to go on, a road trip planned, a family barbecue, or a good ole’ fashioned backyard party, we have a style suited for your FabKid.
Since this is my fourth pregnancy, I know a thing or two about being pregnant. Each one of my pregnancies has been different, and as a result, I’ve learned lessons from each one. Based on personal experience, here are some of my favorite tips for expectant mothers: