The Next Kid Thing is a resource for, well, all things kids. The Next Kid Thing profiles the latest and greatest in gear, gadgets and goodies for babies to big kids with modern parents in mind.
Let’s face it, parenthood can be a challenge at times, but great gear certainly makes things a little easier. For me, sustainable and eco-friendly products piqued my interest when my son was born in 2007. Since then, as a new mom, I’ve honed my research obsession to seek for what works best for my family. Additional obsessions include, but are not limited to: Dr. Bronner’s soaps, overpriced lipgloss, Twitter, flip flops, early morning trips to Target, Apple products, argyle socks and of course, well-designed kid gear.
Ultimately, NKT is also my next big thing. As a former magazine editor, I walked away from what I once considered my dream job in order to focus on my most important passions–my family and being creative. With an interest in all things technology, modern kids’ products and the latest green trends, NKT was born.
As one of the top NYC and NJ bloggers for the past eight years, I’ve gotten a few shout outs along the way.
I’ve participated in a few panels on blogging, too.
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