Weekend Links for Brooklyn Mamas

Brooklyn coasters from Fishs Eddy

Brooklyn coasters, set of 10 from Fishs Eddy, $4

I’m way too over the snow to post a snowy Brooklyn pic today, thus the Fishs Eddy coasters which, by the way, we have. And they are very cute. So anyway….

Freda Rosenfeld, Brooklyn’s breastfeeding guru. — NY Times (via Brokelyn)

Company coming? Best B&Bs for $150 or less. — Brokelyn

Cute J. Crew finds + more for spring. — Fabulous in Park Slope

Pre-K applications begin March 1 (uh-huh.) — NYC Department of Education

The Park Slope Parents Guide to a Successful Nanny SharePark Slope Parents

12th Annual BAM Kids Film Festival, on this weekend. — BAM

Make a plan to get outta the ‘hood with Maple Sugar Weekend Day Trips. — Mommy Poppins

Can I take my new baby outside? — A Child Grows in Brooklyn

A Park Slope Family Rec Room (major sigh….) — Brownstoner

The Secret Life of the Whole Foods Lot. — Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn

A week of free yoga in Fort Greene. — A Child Grows in Brooklyn

For staying in, Honey Butternut Squash Soup.Not Eating Out in New York

Or, if you get cabin fever…. Treat yourself to lunch-to-go this weekend — a sauteed greens + ricotta sandwich for you, house-made almond butter + strawberry jam for the you-know-who’s. Plus an amazing array of gourmet provisions. — Bklyn Larder

Stay warm out there, mamas!


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