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Cosmotot covers the latest and greatest baby finds and toddler flaunts - think soy crayons, bamboo dresses, educational toys, couture shoes, hand-drawn art, streamlined strollers, indie accessories and more - that make life with little ones that much more fabulous.

Have a cool client in your roster? Feel free to contact Pilar at mariapilarclark@yahoo.com for submission guidelines and additional information.

Take note: Cosmotot does not accept pay for play. The products and services featured have been submitted, then tried and tested by Maria Pilar Clark, a straight-shooting mom to two, who is the writer and creator behind Cosmotot and Convonista. Submissions will not be returned.

Natural Pod: Naturally unleaded

Posted Jun 15, 2010 1:16 AM

Lead is scary. Come to think of it, a lot of things seem to be getting scarier these days, especially when it comes to toys. Natural Pod features an extensive range of 100% naturally unleaded toys, accessories and woolens for pretend play and daily living.
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Pottery Barn Kids: Here, there and anywhere

Posted May 25, 2010 1:54 AM

Help toddlers tackle their "I do it" ideal with soft seating from Pottery Barn Kids.
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Sarah Jane Studios: How great thou art

Posted May 25, 2010 1:54 AM

When it comes to giving my kidlets' rooms a touch of framed personality, geekery, uniqueness and a sense of timelessness disguised as modern vintage is a must. Sarah Jane Studios prints and paper goods are sure to become instant classics and all-time favorites.
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veryKIKI: Applique within

Posted May 25, 2010 1:52 AM

veryKIKI comes up with baby and toddler tees featuring hand-cut, hand-appliqued designs created by a middle school teacher who moonlights as a seamstress and silk screener on evenings and weekends.
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Kitchen counter coffee hounds love Keurig

Posted May 3, 2010 4:19 PM

Like most sleep-deprived moms, I'm a coffee hound who craves that fresh morning cuppa like a kid craves a trip to Walt Disney World.
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The 2010 Mother's Day Gift Guide

Posted May 3, 2010 3:04 PM

Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and Spider-Man are the stuff of legend. So are moms. Cosmotot is here to save the day with a streamlined list of pretties and practicals ranging from cheap to steep and campy to fancy that will go great with those hand-drawn kiddie-made cards mom loves.
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Frankenbaby: Let's be frank

Posted Apr 30, 2010 2:14 PM

Chicago-based Frankenbaby takes vintage adult-sized tees and reworks, revamps, and re-cobbles them into super cute, obviously original, totally unexpected onesies for babies and toddlers.
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Myself Belts: Just cinch it

Posted Apr 30, 2010 2:11 PM

Being a kid is hard enough, especially when it comes to navigating buttons, snaps, toggles, and anything else that requires the moves of a contortionist and the dexterity of a monkey. Thanks to Myself Belts, children of all ages and abilities can get their pants and skirts up and down independently.
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Mommy Couture Designs: Make playtime super

Posted Apr 30, 2010 2:03 PM

As any pint-sized escape artist worth his salt will tell you, mischievous adventures aren't nearly as fun without a cape to complete the creative persona. And, if you're like me, and prefer to keep your towels in the linen closet instead of around your child's neck, Mommy Couture Designs' hero capes will definitely be up your super mom alley.
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I Heart Guts: Organic appeal

Posted Apr 30, 2010 1:59 PM

No guts, no glory as they say, and at I Heart Guts the emphasis is squarely placed on embracing your body from the outside in.
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