277 posts tagged zulily
#Maternity support belt provides back support during/after pregnancy. Find it on #zulily now: http://zuli.ly/17bBtsk #tutorial #babybump
My mom is awesome! Make your own sign: www.zulily.com/mymomis #mymomis #zulily
Happy Mother’s Day! Print your sign: www.zulily.com/mymomis #mymomis #zulily
Racks and racks of cuteness! #zulily #zulilycutie
Filling our daily tutu quota. #zulily #zulilycutie
Photo of the day! #zulily #zulilycutie
#zulily photo if the day! #zulilycutie
zulily wants to celebrate childhood and the uniqueness of that fleeting time for every family. At no other point can your kids twirl as fast as they can in a colorful tutu or transform into a pilot simply by putting on an aviator beanie.
This was our inspiration.
We invited kids of real zulily customers to be the stars of our first commercial-after all, we love our customers and don’t think there’s anyone better to help us share zulily’s story.
Ever wonder how we get such cute photos for zulily.com? Behind-the-scenes of the Silly Goose photo shoot! http://bit.ly/WeRomY
June recently inherited a dollhouse from a friend, and she is smitten. She loves the working doors, the ringing phone and the little people who she can move from bed to chair to kitchen. It’s pure 18-month-old bliss!
In fact, I’ve been able to leave her alone in her room while I’m right next door in myown folding laundry or reading or answering a few emails. I can hear her happily buzzing as she talks to the toy dog, as she opens the tiny doll door to let someone in, as she piles everyone into the bathroom all at once (her favorite move, for some reason).
This is the first time she’s truly played on her own, with no interactions from another adult or child. It’s amazing! But it’s also making me feel guilty, like I’m not supposed to spend that time away from her, like I should be there making her doll play more… I don’t know, educational?
Even seeing myself write this, I feel silly. Individual play is good for kids, right? It’s not all about interactive games—a variety of play styles is healthy. So why is there this twinge of guilt at leaving her to her own devices?
Have any other parents experienced this? What do your little ones play on their own?