Ever since your little starlet arrived on the scene, her every move has been analyzed, discussed, and documented. Poor thing. It’s like living in a fishbowl.
Or the Vetro (that’s “glass” in Italiano) from Nurseryworks. Save for a few stainless steel screws, the crib is 100 percent acrylic, which means that baby has a transparent place to chill while her biggest fans keep watch.
Nurseryworks declares it a piece of art that’s the perfect complement to the modern home. And we agree. The showstopping sleeper is paparazzi worthy in every way — from its mod design to its fancy-pants price (we’re talking four figures).
On the off chance your housekeeper and stylist are both on vacay, there’s no need to fret: The high-grade plastic is smudge resistant.
Making it a low-maintenance addition to your home. Clearly.
What: Waterproof covers that protect car seats against potty-training mishaps, blankies, and carry-everywhere pillows, all designed by a local mom.
Why: To make your road trip run a little smoother, get 25 percent off (reg. $22-$62).
When: Thru July 17.
Where: Online at gogopad.com. Enter code SUMMERSALE at checkout.
What: Peer through solar telescopes at sunspots, check out the inflatable planetarium, and learn about meteorites.
Why: Aspiring Armstrongs try space suits on for size.
When: Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: Frontiers of Flight Museum, 6911 Lemmon Ave. (214-350-1651). Adults, $6-$8; children, $5; under 3, free.
What: A fairy godmother, handsome prince, and pair of glass slippers.
Why: Arrive early for the princess party where little ladies perfect their royal walks and make crowns with pageant queen Monica Lara.
When: Show, Fri., 7:15 p.m.; Sat., 2:15 & 7:15 p.m. Princess party, Sat., 12:15 p.m.
Where: Plano Children’s Theatre, 1301 Custer Rd., ste. 706. Tickets at 972-422-2575 or online at planochildrenstheatre.org. Adults and children, $8 in advance/$10 at the door.
Photo: Courtesy of Nurseryworks