May 22, 2008 | Teeny Manolo

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Quiz: what kind of a parent will you be?

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008
By raincoaster

Hmmm, more people should take this kind of test in advance, if you ask me.

If you are already a parent (and why else would you be reading this blog) then take my advice: just keep re-taking this quiz and tweaking the answers until you get the result you want, then post it in your blog and if the kids give you any sass at some point in the future, you just point and say “random internet quizzes DO. NOT. LIE.”

You Will Be a Cool Parent

You seem to naturally know a lot about parenting, and you know what kids need.

You can tell when it’s time to let kids off the hook, and when it’s time to lay down the law.

While your parenting is modern and hip, it’s not over the top.

You know that there’s nothing cool about a parent who acts like a teenager… or a drill sergeant!

I must confess, though, I was somewhat handicapped by the fact that I do not know what middle school is. Isn’t that lunchtime? That’s in the middle of school. Right?
Angelina Jolie in Cannes

“Ink Up” Your Little One for Less

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008
By Glinda

Because Teeny Manolo is ostensibly a blog about children’s clothes as well as various and sundry other things, I would like to present Baby Eggi.

Fugheddabout that horrifically priced Ed Hardy stuff if you are into tattoo-inspired wear. Baby Eggi is cute, affordable, and the designs are not as over the top as some of the other tattoo wear out there. I also like that they donate a hefty twenty percent of their profits to their charitable partners.   

Baby Eggi was started by two sisters who thought they had what it took to begin their own clothing line. With one of the sisters formerly employed in the fashion industry, they actually did have what it takes. Then, they enlisted the talents of tattoo artist Mark Mahoney. Mark’s real ink can be seen on the likes of Angie, Brad, and Johnny Depp, among many others.


These adorable “Forgive Me for I Know Not What I Do” shirts are eighteen dollars. Not bad when you compare them to Ed Hardy tees at fifty bucks or so.


Days of the week onesies, only twenty eight for the set! Also available in French and Spanish.

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