Monday, May 31, 2010

A Clippy Salute

Happy Memorial Day! Today, we salute the noble men and women who have given their all in the service of our nation.

So hats off to all our heroes. Here's a little Clippy salute that we wholeheartedly give to you: our Liberty Clippy!

Some fun facts about Memorial Day:

Memorial Day was formerly known as Decoration Day. It commemorates American men and women who died while in the military service. Traditionally, people observe this holiday by visiting cemeteries and memorials to pay homage to our country's heroes. There are also national celebrations, where people gather together with flags of the United States of America in a parade to honor fallen heroes.

Apart from these, some people also love to go on picnics and have barbecues among family and close friends. So for this week, I'll be posting great ideas for gatherings and fun activities that you can share with the kiddos! Plus, let's not forget that with this holiday, we officially mark the beginning of summer!

Ponder, ponder, ponder...
How do you celebrate Memorial Day? Any special traditions that you observe in your family?


Sunday, May 30, 2010

Another Clippy Giveaway!

Attention Clippy Lovers! We've been feeling pretty generous lately, so we've come up with another giveaway for you!

You have another chance to win a $25 gift certificate to splurge on all your favorite hair accessories! This time, the giveaway is hosted by our dear friend Melissa of Mommy Living the Life of Riley. She also wrote lovely words about our non-slip hair clips and headbands (massive thanks, Melissa!)

Plus, she gives us our daily dose of CUTE with photos of her little darling Riley modeling our hair accessories! In this photo, Riley is wearing our Mimi Headband.

If you would like to join, just visit Melissa's blog here! Contest ends on June 19th.


Friday, May 28, 2010

The Best Swimsuits for Your Body Part 2 (Oh and Accessories to Match!)

To finish off our week of prepping you for summer, here's the second part of our guide to the best swimsuits for your body type! All thanks to our friends at :o)

Best Swimsuits for Large Busts Look For:
* Underwire tops, formed cups and wider bands under the bustline that provide the extra support you need.

* One-piece swimsuits with some structure in the bust, such as soft foam cups or a shelf bra.

* Halter-top bikinis offer support while providing some great cleavage too. Look for styles that are banded under the bustline and can be tied in back and around the neck to allow you to make adjustments.

* Strapless bandeau tops and those tiny, triangle tops that offer minimal coverage.

Best Swim Suits for Plus Sizes
Look For:
* Deep v-necks, well-placed cutouts, lace or mesh inserts - showing a little skin in the right places can be a sexy and flattering visual.

* Lengthen your thigh with swimsuits that have a high cut leg or adjustable ruching detail at the hip.

* Don't be afraid of prints and patterns, these can help camouflage lumps and bumps.

* Too much fabric and boy short styles. Stay away from white, as well as bright fabrics.

More info here!

Of course, you MUST top all this off with the right hair accessories! And we have just the thing for you. You can never go wrong with a little touch of flowers. They celebrate your femininity and gives your look just the right "Oomph!"

Thursday, May 27, 2010

The Best Swimsuits for Your Body Part 1

Summer will not be summer without some sauntering out in the sun. And you wouldn't want to do anything out in the merciless heat while you're all covered up! So here are tips to find the best swimsuits for your body type, as rounded out by our friends at

Now, now, don't be shy. We're all here to make you look and feel your best!


Best Bust-Enhancing Swimsuits

Look for:
* Tops with a touch of padding, or an underwire demi-bra style that makes the most for adding to your small bustline.

* You have the body to wear cute, ruffled tops that are hot right now. Triangle tops and bandeau tops are easy to wear as well.

* Tops with too much fabric or that have poor fit.

Best Curve-creating Swim Styles

Look For:
* If you don't have many curves, choose a swimsuit that has a belted waist to help create one. Or choose a one-piece suit with a high-on-the-thigh cut.

* A one-piece swimsuit with side cut-outs instantly creates a few curves at the waist and hips.

* Bikinis are also a good choice. Add some details at the hips with rings, ruffles and bows.

More info here!


Best Swim Styles for Pear Shapes

Look for:
* Swimsuits that draw attention upwards with interesting details and patterns above the waist. To balance your proportions, choose a solid bottom and a patterned top.

* Mini-skirted bikini bottoms are made just for you! Skip the super frilly ones and choose a skimming, smooth skirt that covers just what you need it to.

* Opt for a bikini bottom that has slightly wider sides, skip the string side-tie versions that only draw unwanted attention.

* Play up your bust and shoulders to deemphasize your bottom.

* Boy shorts, skimpy bottoms, low cut bottoms or lots of ruffles and details at the hips.

Best Swim Styles for Tummy Bulges

Look For:
* Swimsuits with a little extra spandex woven into the tummy area, they work wonders!

* A one-piece with ruching or draping around the waist or hips can also help to conceal a "muffin" top.

* If you're going for a two-piece swimsuit, then opt for a loose fitting tankini where top and bottom meet at the waist. They cover just enough, but you still have the freedom and chic factor of a bikini. High waisted bikini bottoms can help trim tummies

* Geometric and floral prints can help camouflage trouble areas.

* Teeny bikinis and short tankini tops that ride up and expose belly rolls

More info here!

To be continued next week PLUS the perfect hair accessories to match your swimsuit-worthy bod!

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Let's Get Physical

And now, for some exercise.

Oh come on, you should have seen this coming! It's a simple routine, so don't worry. We're concerned about your health, though, so remember to ask your doctor/physician if you're in the right condition to do physical activities like the ones we're featuring today!

If yo want to tone up your body, our friends at has rounded up eight simple routines that will have your arms, core, back, tush and thighs burning by the end.

If you're sure you're up for some action, head over to their Head-to-Toe Strength Training Routine here!

A sneak peek:

Wide Squat and Biceps Curls

This multitasking move will target your thighs and biceps at the same time:

  • Hold a pair of dumbbells in your hands with your arms straight and your palms facing away from you. Step your feet apart so there's about 20 inches between your heels. Point your toes out slightly.
  • When you're ready, bend your knees and elbows. Keep your shoulders over your hips and lower down so your weight is back in your heels. Then straighten your legs and arms.
  • This is one repetition. Complete three sets of 12 to 15 reps.
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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Guilt-free Grub

As we continue our little quest towards a fitter, healthier you, of course we have to include guilt-free meals! is filled with healthy recipes that you can try at home. Here's a rundown of their recommended recipes that only have 350 calories and below!


Shrimp, packed with omega-3s, vitamin D, and vitamin B12, is paired with the earthy, nutrient-dense veggie for some serious guilt-free summer grilling. And who needs butter when citrus adds that summery kick?

Calories: 282

2 cups water
1 cup dried couscous
1/2 teaspoon sea salt, divided
1/2 teaspoon black pepper, divided
4 tablespoons fresh lemon juice, divided
3/4 pound raw large shrimp (about 18), peeled and deveined
1 tablespoon fresh lime juice
3 1/2 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil, divided
2 minced garlic cloves
Olive oil cooking spray
3/4 pound asparagus spears, trimmed
1 teaspoon honey
1/4 cup chopped chives

1. Bring 2 cups water to a boil in medium saucepan. Remove from heat, and stir in couscous; cover and let stand for 5 minutes. Fluff with a fork; stir in 1/4 teaspoon each salt and pepper and 1 tablespoon lemon juice.

2. Bring another pan of water to a boil.

3. Meanwhile, toss shrimp in 1 tablespoon each lemon and lime juice, 1 1/2 teaspoons olive oil, garlic, and remaining 1/4 teaspoon salt and pepper. Marinate for 5 minutes.

4. Preheat grill pan or grill. Lightly coat with cooking spray; grill shrimp, turning once, 3 minutes or until just cooked through. Cover and keep warm.

5. When water is boiling, add asparagus, and cook 3 minutes or until just tender. Drain, and cover.

6. Whisk together honey, chives, and remaining lemon juice and olive oil.

7. Arrange couscous and asparagus on serving plates, and top with shrimp. Drizzle with dressing.

More recipes here!

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Ooh and just because you might be missing our clippys this week, here's a little peek at our adorable baby gifts! We're all raving about our personalized clips and headbands! After all, once you're in top form, you may want to show off yourself and your little darlings. Dazzle them all with our Salena and Joss accessories:


Have a fun and fit summer!


Monday, May 24, 2010

Gearing up for Summer

Summer is just lurking around the corner, which means pretty soon, you'll be heading for the beach to let the sizzle fizzle. But wait--are you swimsuit-ready?

As you know, we love our dear readers to bits, so this week we're all about getting healthy, staying fit, eating right and being the best you can be, not just to fit into those swimsuits but more so that you can have the time of your life this summer :o)

First stop: Counting Calories!

The word is no longer alien to us, that's for sure. But how many of us really know what those calories mean? How much is "Okay" and how much is "No way!"

The website has a little quiz for you (don't worry, they show you the answers and some neat info too) to give you a little 101 on how much calories you can save.

You can take the quiz right here!

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Friday, May 21, 2010

Healthy Grillin'

We've been feasting on some serious meat this week, so we decided to go healthy this time! As our last installment of our best grillin' recipes, we want this to be extra special: salmon! While strictly speaking, it's not a barbecue dish, it still makes for some scrumptious (and healthy) grilled feast.

Serves 4

2 pounds salmon fillets
1/2 cup vegetable oil
1/2 cup lemon juice
4 green onions, thinly sliced
3 tablespoons minced fresh parsley
1 1/2 teaspoons minced fresh rosemary
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper

1. Place salmon in shallow dish. Combine remaining ingredients and mix well. Set aside 1/4 cup for basting; pour the rest over the salmon. Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Drain, discarding marinade.

2. Grill salmon over medium coals, skin side down, for 15-20 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork. Baste occasionally with reserved marinade.

More recipes at!

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Star Mommas

Mother's Day has come and gone, but who says we should stop celebrating these wonderful women? Even Hollywood's biggest names aren't shy in showing the public the close relationship they have with their moms.

Celebrity Baby Scoop gives us a rundown of celebrities who are close to their moms. Gotta love these mother-daughter duos:

Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow grew up in a Hollywood household—her dad, Bruce Paltrow, was a well-known director; mom Blythe Danner is an Emmy award-winning actress—so it's no wonder Gwyneth became an Academy Award-winning movie star.

Gwyneth and Blythe have acted together once, in the British film Sylvia. The mother-daughter duo are set to share the Broadway stage in the musical A Little Night Music. The gorgeous pair will replace Chicago alum Catherine Zeta-Jones and acting vet Angela Lansbury, 84, as the leading actresses in the production.

Blythe has given her daughter some great career advice:

"She told me not to let all the outside stuff in the business permeate my life and to stay above the fray. None of us read anything written about us—we don’t even read the reviews. You try to stay as true to the work as you can and let the other stuff just wash over you.”

Gwyneth said her mother was her rock after her father's sudden death in 2002:

"My mom was great. We flew down to New Zealand together, which was really lovely. You know, it was just comforting to be together, to eat our meals together and to work together.”

Grandma Blythe recently said that being grandma to Apple, 6 next Friday, and Moses, 4, is “phenomenal,” and she would “love it” if more grandchildren were on the way. The 67-year-old actress raved about her daughter's mothering skills:

"Gwyneth really invests herself in an unusual way. She’s incredibly patient. She spends a lot of time with them. She answers everything. She anticipates. She never surprises them. They’re well-prepared for all the travel and all the things that go on. They’re very happy kids.”
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For more mother-daughter duos like them, you can read the rest of the article here!

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Happy Grillin' Part 2

We promised our best barbecue recipes for you this week, in celebration of the National Barbecue Month, and we will not disappoint!

If you loved our baby back ribs last time, you should definitely also try out this pork chops recipe from! So simple to do, yet so scrumptious. Some even say, they taste like steak! Go give it a try and see (and taste) for yourself:

Serves 6

1/4 cup lemon juice
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
4 cloves garlic, minced
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon dried oregano
1/4 teaspoon pepper
6 (4 ounce) boneless pork loin chops

1. In a large resealable bag, combine lemon juice, oil, garlic, salt, oregano, and pepper. Place chops in bag, seal, and refrigerate 2 hours or overnight. Turn bag frequently to distribute marinade.

2. Preheat an outdoor grill for high heat. Remove chops from bag, and transfer remaining marinade to a saucepan. Bring marinade to a boil, remove from heat, and set aside.

3. Lightly oil the grill grate. Grill pork chops for 5 to 7 minutes per side, basting frequently with boiled marinade, until done.

More recipes at!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

The Big Reveal!

No Slippy Hair Clippy has been making the world prettier, one girl at a time for several years now. So we knew it was about time that we gave ourselves a makeover of our own!

And now, we are ready to reveal our sophisticated new look to you! Visit our new website at

Our aim is to be every girl’s dependable style sister for all the ages and stages of her life, so we want to have something special to offer you whether you’re a tiny tot, a blooming young lady or a chic and stylish woman. Just like a style guru that you can run to whenever you want to be dressed to impress!

Monday, May 17, 2010

Peek-a-Boo Giveaway!

We are running yet another giveaway this week, which means another chance for you to win a $25 gift certificate to splurge on all the No Slippy Hair Clippys you want!

This week, the giveaway is hosted by Peekaboo Picks Magazine. We are extremely grateful for the lovely words they said about our hair accessories! Check out what they think of our clips, as well as more details on how to join the giveaway here!

Contest ends on May 21 so join now :o)

Happy Grillin'

It's National Barbecue Month this month! And that means you better get those grillers out because there's no better time for some barbecue than at that perfect moment before the hottest season kicks in. (I don't know about you, but standing in front of burning coals on a sizzling Summer day doesn't make me a happy camper!)

So this week, we're giving you all our favorite barbecue recipes for you to enjoy with your family! Enjoy the remnants of Spring by having a get-together with your friends and loved ones. Then feast on some scrumptious barbecues. Here's one from

Serves 6

2 racks baby back pork ribs (about 1 1/2 lbs per rack)
1 (12 ounce) jar of mesquite-flavored marinade
3 bay leaves
1 whole medium onion, peeled
1 cup prepared barbecue sauce (mild or spicy)
1/2 cup brown sugar

1. In a large stockpot, place both racks of ribs; add enough water to cover ribs. Add marinade, bay leaves and onion. Bring mixture to a boil over high heat. (This will create foam on top.) Reduce to medium-low heat; simmer 45 minutes or until ribs are just tender. Remove ribs from cooking liquid; drain on rimmed baking sheet. Heat grill to medium heat (about 350 degrees F.)

2. Meanwhile, in a small mixing bowl, stir together the barbecue sauce and brown sugar. Brush over both sides of ribs. Place ribs on grill, bone side down, close lid. Grill for 7 minutes, turn and grill 7 minutes more.

Of course, when you have guests coming over, make sure your little girl is dressed to impressed ;) And we, as always, have just the thing for you. Here's a cute one and is one of our favorites, perfect for a fun day with family and friends:

Happy grillin' everyone!

Friday, May 14, 2010

Top 5 Wardrobe Essentials

Women's fashion is undeniably a LOT more complicated than men's. Or at least I've always thought so. I mean, how complicated could shirt and pants get? Get a decent pair of slacks and a crisp polo shirt and you're basically all set (plus shoes, of course). With women... where do you even start?!

Blouse or polo or shirt or tank top?
Pants or jeans or skirt?
Then if it's a skirt: A-line or high-waist or balloon?
Not to mention the accessories!

This is not to bash the men, of course. I'm just saying that with women's wear, there's just too many choices you have to make! Particularly with-ahem-style challenged people like me, it's hard even to think of building a decent wardrobe.

Good thing I crashed in because the lovely folks there compiled the top 5 wardrobe essentials that they say "every woman should own." Consider it a "starter kit" then you build your wardrobe from there!

Here's two items they mentioned:

Take a note from Michelle Obama, and find your best fitting cardigan to pair with jeans, skirts, and dresses. A great piece to keep in your desk when the chill is on blast.

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Ideal for the urban city dweller, green commuter and mom on the go, a flat snadal with unique detailig like beads, bold colors or stones is a great and chic alternative to sneakers.

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To see the rest of the items, you can visit StyleBakery here! :o)

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Five Body Parts You Never Heard Of

Did you know? There are certain parts of your body that you see everyday but you may have no idea what they're called! Bella Sugar reveals five beauty-related body parts you probably never heard of until now!



: The vertical ridge that lies from your nose to your upper lip.
: By patting on a little bit of concealer in the philtrum, it "gives the illusion of two perfect peaks without having to go through the trouble of lining lips," according to Shu Uemura's Gina Brooke.


Definition: The corners on either side of the eye, right where the upper and lower lids come together.
: Use a pinkish concealer... around the canthi for a brightening pick-me-up.


Definition: Another way to say cuticle — as in fingernails, not hair.
: To keep polish off your cuticles, just place the polish wand's brush a tiny bit away from your eponychia to start. Then, give the brush a small push forward and finish off by stroking back up toward the free edge. VoilĂ ! The polish stays on your nails, and not your skin.

For the rest of the story, click here!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Cuteness Overload

Last week, we wrote about a lovely review of No Slippy Hair Clippy from mom-and-dad bloggers Chad and Gena of Our Journey Through Parenthood. In their review, the doting parents wrote about little Taryn wearing her new No Slippy Hair Clippys.

We finally got Chad and Gena's permission to share with you photos of dear Taryn! If you'd like to see the entry itself, you may visit their blog here!

In the meantime, consider this your Wednesday dose of cuteness:

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Bang Bang!

I've always thought bangs are cute. So I had my hair cut to have bangs on them. Then it turns out my forehead doesn't think they're so cute after all. My skin is too picky with my hair styles, I tell you. Somehow, it abhors any contact with my hair! One wrong move and boom: major breakouts. The breakout that developed quickly on my forehead was a pretty clear sign to me that it's time to do some damage control. But then there's not much I can do but to wait for the bangs to grow out. And boy, do they take time to grow out...

If you're having trouble growing out your bangs too, here are four tips from Teen Vogue to help you (and hopefully, me):

#1 Pin Em' Back!
Brush the bangs back toward the back of your head. Then, push them forward so they pouf up a bit and bobby pin at the crown. Swipe on pomade or gel to smooth flyaways.

#2 Do the twist!
Pull your bangs up, give them a twist, pin to one side and spritz with spray!

#3 The split and tuck
Part damp hair down the middle, coaxing your bangs away from your face. Draw back on each side bobby pin about two inches from your forehead then just slide the rest of the hair over the telltale pins. It's a clever little trick!

#4 Sweep them up and away.
Work gel into damp hair and blow dry it straight back. Comb hair into a low ponytail, pin, mist hairspray to keep them blended.

More handy hints in Teen Vogue's site. Visit their site here!

*Model is wearing No Slippy Hair Clippy Ryan Silk/Organza Beaded Flower Clip in dark brown.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Clip of the Month: May!

May is finally here and that means we have a new Clip of the Month! The month of May is a month of beautiful celebrations. Of course, it's the month when we celebrate arguably the most special woman in our lives: our Moms!

But this year, what makes this month twice as special for us is that we will also be celebrating the launch of No Slippy Hair Clippy's brand new look!

We've been working really hard on our grand website makeover lately. And with just a few finishing touches here and there, we're excited to show it to you soon!

We want to be there for all the ages and stages of a girl’s life, just like our Moms have been, so we want to have something special to offer you whether you’re a tiny tot, a blooming young lady or a chic and stylish woman.

No Slippy Hair Clippy has a wide range of sophisticated styles for women that your mom would surely love. Made with our signature award-winning design that promises to stay put without hurting her hair, these hair accessories perfectly celebrates how she has lovingly stuck with you all these years, through thick and thin!

This month, here's our special clippy!

Haley Tiny Grosgrain Baby Bow
on new 1-1/4-inch mini clip
(available in 14 colors!)

You can check out all 14 colors on our website (still the old version right now, though! A little more patience, lovelies!)


Friday, May 7, 2010

Memories with Mom

"A mother is the truest friend we have, when trials, heavy and sudden, fall upon us; when adversity takes the place of prosperity; when friends who rejoice with us in our sunshine, desert us when troubles thicken around us, still will she cling to us, and endeavor by her kind precepts and counsels to dissipate the clouds of darkness, and cause peace to return to our hearts." (Washington Irving)

There's nothing quite like the relationship a girl has with her mother. It's a unique bond between two girls, from two different generations. One the master, the other an apprentice; one the gardener, the other a tiny bud; one the potter, the other the clay.

Our mothers are both in front of us to lead the way and beside us to support us. And every now and then, they also run behind us to catch us when we fall, dust us off and kiss our boo-boos away.

I don't know what your relationship with your mom is right now--hopefully, it's good and strong. As for me, it's a bit embarrassing to admit this but I have always been a "fan" of my mom. Seriously! I've always looked up to her and sought her opinion on everything. I hold on to her every word and to this day, I've been trying to emulate that brilliant, headstrong spirit she has.

Although I cherish my mom each day of the year, this month is extra special because we're celebrating all mothers around the world!

There are too many great memories that I've shared with my mom, but one of the many that stands out is during my graduation march. She and my dad were seated quite a distance from the graduates. So she just sent a message through my phone. She said: "You never cease to make us so proud of you." And that just made my heart swell! Even more than the medal or the diploma or the sheer joy of graduating!

How about you? What are some of the best memories that you have with your mom? Or as a mom, what are your best memories with your little ones?

I wish all you lovely mothers a Happy Mothers' Day!

PS A Mom and Me promo is in the works! Hint: how does a buy one, get one sound to you? Stay tuned!

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Thursday, May 6, 2010

Mommy Hairstyles

Moms, just because you have arguably the hardest, messiest job in the world (kudos to you), doesn't mean you have to look it! Being a mother has its ups and downs, and a lot of women get so wrapped up in it that they forget to take a little more care of themselves sometimes too!

Here's a little pick-me-up: a simple update in your hairstyle from Lil Sugar.

Easy and stylish, side-swept braids... keep hair out of a mama's face and under control when she's out with her kids. To change up the style, consider weaving a scarf into the braid.

A staple for moms and their lil girls, the ponytail can be worked high, low, tight, or loose for various looks. A stacked ponytail looks pretty chic, while a loose and messy one adds some hipster glam to a mama's look.

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A bun doesn't have to look like you stepped right out of a ballet studio. Low, quirky buns look like mama put some effort into her locks, without being overdone.


Headbands can hide a host of sins, most importantly the wisps that come with postpartum hair loss.

Model is wearing a No Slippy Hair Clippy Large 5-inch Silk Flower on Wide Organic Cotton Headwrap.

For more fun and interesting articles on motherhood, visit Lil Sugar here!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Giveaway Galore!

Our gift certiciate giveaway hosted by Grand Giveaways just ended. Congratulations to lucky momma Audra and enjoy your new non-slip hair clips!

But our outpouring of giveaways doesn't end there! We have yet not one, but TWO more giveaways this month! One hosted by Cute Stuff and another by Mommy Blessings in Small Bundles.

More chances to win a $25 gift certificate for you to splurge on all the No Slippy Hair Clippy items you want! Just visit the Cute Stuff here; contest ends May 8. Or Mommy Blessings in Small Bundles here for more details; contest ends on May 17.

All the best to all you ladies!

* Our lovely model is wearing a No Slippy Hair Clippy Lindsey 2-inch flower with sequin clip! More clippys on our website


Tuesday, May 4, 2010


We're nearing our "grand reveal" of No Slippy Hair Clippy's new website! Just a few more finishing touches here and there and we're ready to show you our fresh, sophisticated look.

But since we don't want to keep you in the dark for too long, here's a sweet little sneak peek at our newest ad, the first which features the new No Slippy Hair Clippy logo. It also gives you the new "feel" that our website will have!

We're not just about all-things babies anymore! We're growing up and shaping up to be the style sister of girls of all ages--even chic women like you!

So, what do you think? Love it? Adore it? ;o)

I entered this blog post to Ruby Tuesday! It's a weekly meme hosted by MaryT where we share all things red on Tuesdays! The ad doesn't have that much red in it, though... But you can't miss those red flowers on our lovely little model's tutu! If you have something red to share as well, join us! Post your Ruby Tuesday photos here!


Monday, May 3, 2010

A Day for Mama

You rarely ever meet anyone else in all your life who would love you as much as your momma did. It's a shining example of unconditional love--how she would accept you despite of you, without fail and almost to a fault. This month, why not celebrate your mother for all of May, and not just on one day?

Here are Baby Sugar's list of not-so-common Mother's Day Gift Ideas:

A Cleanup Fairy "I love playing with all of my kids' toys. I despise arguing with them over cleaning them up. Half of our battles would never exist if a cleanup fairy could suddenly appear to whisk them all away."

Photography Lessons "As the official photographer in our family, I try to get the perfect shot every time. Over the past four years, my family has gifted me with all of the necessary equipment, now I'd love learn how to properly use it, and take it off of the automatic settings."

A Stress- (and cleanup) free Family Dinner "The idea of a family dinner that doesn't include having to think up a menu, chasing kids around the table, mopping up spilled drinks, or rushing through the meal sounds positively divine."

More gift ideas here!

Of course, don't forget our No Slippy Hair Clippy hair accessories for women! Our clippys aren't only for babies or toddlers, we have a whole range of sophisticated styles for women. The lovely lady in the photo is wearing a Wendy Hearts with Tails clippy:

To see more choices for women, please do visit our site! We're sure you'll find something your mom would adore.