It all started with a kiss.
Next thing you knew, you were ten months in and two centimeters dilated.
Consider planting your next one on Smoochie Baby, a new boutique in the heart of baby-booming Williamsburg.
The cheerful shop is stocked with the best in modern kids’ fashion, accessories, and furniture. Find funky cashmere separates by Trash-a-Porter, alongside gear du jour like the Orbit Baby, next to a red miniguitar by Schoenhut (complete with a downsized amp). There are even movies to keep kids occupied while parents shop.
Really sealing the deal — with a kiss, of course.
Smoochie Baby, 110 Berry Street, between North 7th and 8th Streets, Williamsburg (718-384-3340 or smoochiebabynyc.com).
Water Taxi Beach Governors Island
What: Frolic on 20,000 square feet of sand (no swimming, unfortunately) at this waterfront gem.
Why: Life’s a beach.
When: Fri., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: Accessible by the free Governors Island Ferry, Battery Maritime Building, 10 South St. Schedule online at govisland.com.
Putumayo Kids: Picnic Playground Tour with Jay Mankita
What: Kids will groove to this mix of songs about food from all over the world.
Why: It’s a global gumbo.
When: Sat. (Carroll Park), 4 p.m.; Sun. (Central Park), 1 p.m.
Where: Carroll Park, at Carroll & Smith Sts., Carroll Gardens; Central Park, Peter J. Sharp Children’s Glade, 106th St. & Central Park W., west of Great Hill Oval.
Pieces for Peace Mural
What: Your child can add strokes to CityArts’s massive project by kids from around the globe.
Why: Color your world.
When: Sat., 3 & 4 p.m.
Where: Children’s Museum of Manhattan, 212 W. 83rd St., b/t Amsterdam Ave. & Broadway (212-721-1223). Sign up at the visitors information desk.