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by K. Pearson Brown
Your neighbors will have floatie envy when they see you lolling in the cool-for-your-pool Airhead EZ Breeze Duo ($69.99, www.kwiktek.com). This heavy duty duo tube features an insulated cooler and two drink holders, offset mesh seats for easy boarding from the water and a comfortable backrest for all-day lounging. A rope holder makes it ideal for docking or hooking up with another EZ Breeze.
Parenting Gem: Flower Feelings ($79, www.FlowerFeelings.com) is a homegrown product perfect for helping young children ages 3-6 identify and name emotions.
Worx Toys and Storybook Series|
Kids’ curiosity about why and how something’s made can get a little overwhelming. Created by three dads, Worx Toys “shape-code-activated” vehicle and storybook systems ($30-65, www.worxtoys.com) give you a break by educating kids 6-9 years old while
Oakley Discreet® YSC edition; $180.00|
These stylish shades are universally flattering, with its sleek design and fuchsia interior graphics. $20 of each pair purchased goes to Young Survival Coalition® (YSC) ...
Grill Charms™ The Pink Collection; $19.95|
Grill Charms™ are clever grilling accessories that help make it fun and easy for people to identify their food before, during and most importantly after grilling.
Las Vegas: A Trip with a Tot to the Adult Playground|
Since my job was sending me to Vegas for a trade show, I thought it would be a good chance to take my partner and son for a weekend getaway. So off we went to find family friendly attractions on the Strip.
Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa|
This picturesque red-roofed Victorian-style resort, set high on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, is the backdrop for many a wedding and romantic getaway, but there’s also an abundance of family and kid-friendly amenities to keep all ages happy.
My Secret Mammoth: When No Snowfall is a Windfall|
California’s ski season was hindered earlier this winter by a little detail – no snow. But that didn’t stop Mammoth Mountain from pumping out, well, mountains of the stuff, about two feet deep, making for fantastic skiing – and a great time to visit
Kids Gone Wild at Big Bear Lake|
Big Bear Lake, named for the grizzles that once roamed its woods, now is populated by different kinds of visitors – couples, families, and lots of kids from across Southern California and beyond.