I am a toy snob (I have no kids, but that doesn’t matter, in fact maybe that is why I still am snobbish about this stuff). I am head over heels in love with Moolka.com, a European toy source that Design Mom posted about today. There is a lot on there to love, but these aprons are just too good to be true!!
thanks for the toy link. love your blog!!!
such cute aprons! wow!
Cute, really cute, I am also a “snob” my boyfriend calls me a looking snob, I am a snob about what I look at! Ha, that is a nice way of saying I am a snob, but I totally feel you there.
I dont have kids either, but that doesnt stop me from being a snob about childrens stuff 🙂 My husband is always telling me to stop buying kids clothes or toys.
Great find! I am married to an architect, and he will be a definite toy snob when that day arrives. I’ll have to file that away for the (distant) future.
Why do kids get all the cute clothes? I don’t think I can pull off a bright yellow egg on a skirt anymore.
I just launched a new blog for toy snobs, like myself. I have a B.S. in Human Development and an emphasis in Early Childhood, so I am super picky. I love moolka, too. Check out my blog soon for toy reviews and developmental articles! Thanks!
Sorry, I thought it would show the URL, but it is http://thetoysnob.blogspot.com
Check out the retro cars Moolka has right now… its been a long time since anyone considered me a kid, but this kid’s gonna own one!