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Spring stroller cleaning with Honest Company! May 20 at Magic Beans Brookline

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SPRING STROLLER CLEANING – WEDNESDAY, MAY 20 MAGIC BEANS BROOKLINE 312 HARVARD STREET, BROOKLINE, MA MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT HERE $25 / 20-minute session   It’s that time again: Magic Beans Brookline is hosting our annual Spring Stroller Cleaning! Bring in all those hardworking baby strollers that need a little love after our record-setting winter, and we’ll pamper ’em with all-natural, ... Read More »

Car seats then and now: from the 1940s to the present

  As technological advances zoom forward over the course of our lifetime, every familiar product is transformed into something sleeker, more efficient, and more effective: for instance, could we have imagined in 1990 what the humble telephone would turn into? I’m still kind of amazed. Ironically, I almost never actually use my phone to call anyone (I prefer texting), but ... Read More »

The sweet smell of playtime: Whiffer Sniffers, scented Groovy Girls & other scented toys

Remember scratch n’ sniff stickers? These prizes were the centerpiece of any ‘80s kid’s sticker collection, because they were ultimately so much more short-lived than their companions in a well-populated sticker book: those sweet scents were produced through a process called “micro-encapsulation,” which captured teeny, tiny whiffs of scent in little air-bubbles that would be broken when you scratched the ... Read More »

Beauty is everywhere: portraits of expectant parents sleeping

When Russian documentary photographer Jana Romanova was about 25, suddenly she found that all of her friends were getting pregnant (a familiar feeling for a lot of us!). It felt as though everyone around her was suddenly growing up, and she was at risk of being left behind, as the people around her were consumed with the challenges of preparing ... Read More »