50 Shades sizzled summer reading this past season.
Summer reading really sizzled up this past season with the release of 50 Shades of Grey. Whether you restricted your “recreational” reading to your inconspicuous IPad, Nook or Kindle, or blantenly aired your dirty laundry and saucy summer selection out for the world to see in paperback, many Mommies cannot deny that they were seduced by the allure of this beach book must have.
There is an obvious attraction to this type of trashy novel, with a man who will take the reigns in the “relationship” (using that term loosely), as many Moms are tired of being the sole bearer of the family itinerary, to do list, mealtime menu and chore chart. Not to mention the date decision maker–where to dine, when and with whom…? There is something undeniably sexy about being the “submissive” for a change and leaving it up to your partner to take control and simple tell you what to wear, where to be and when. Continue Reading
On warmer days, the tables outside the New England Aquarium serve as a great spot to stop for a snack and gaze at the seagulls and sailboats.
While the winter weather seems to be giving everyone a break this week, Boston Babies continues to think of family friendly activities to enjoy this season. Whether it’s rainy and raw or blustery with snow, spending a day making pancakes and seeing polar bears is the perfect way to entertain both you and your little one on even the dreariest of days.
Visit The New England Aquarium to experience an IMAX showing of To The Arctic 3D. But before you see the polar bears, first start your morning with delicious homemade pancakes.
Let your munchkin help you make a healthy alternative to this recipe, by substituting white flour with whole wheat flour, and add some fun by using seasonal pancake molds, offered at Williams-Sonoma!
See below for recipe details courtesy of Williams- Sonoma,and get cooking with your own little cub: Continue Reading
In case you missed it…Boston Babies has a recap of some of the hottest hits to check out from 2012.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 15,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 3 Film Festivals
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