Posts Tagged ‘t-shirts’

The Parent Talk Today Store Is OPEN!

Sunday, October 5th, 2008


Today's the day! Get your more-snarky-than-sweet Parent Talk Today goodies right here, at Parent Talk Today Gear. (The store is also available by clicking on the t-shirt in the left sidebar.)

Cafe Press is handling the tough part of this whole thing. (Hey, do I want a spare bedroom full of t-shirts? Heck no.) You just tell 'em what you want, and they'll print it to order and ship it right out. Great prices, too.


Thanks again to readers Joy Hall and Beth Levine for coming up with the first two slogans for our t-shirts, sweatshirts, totes, mugs and more.

Joy's slogan is "Warning: I've Used Up 
All My Patience On My Kids," and Beth's is ""Don't Make Me Come In There!" They will each receive a free t-shirt so they can show off their slogan.

I may just need to do a little shopping today. You, too?

NEW! Get Your Parent Talk Today Gear at Cafe Press

Wednesday, February 6th, 2008


I’m excited about partnering with Cafe Press to offer readers top-quality Parent Talk Today t-shirts, hats, mugs and more — at family-friendly prices. Click on the "Cafe Press" box at right to check out the goodies, and have fun sharing the news about this fun, informative parenting blog.

Enough With the Baby Advice Already!

Thursday, December 6th, 2007


When I was pregnant, I was sometimes floored by the nerve of the strangers who offered unsolicited advice. I was told how to do everything "correctly" from breastfeeding to Lamaze to epidurals. Seems everyone knew the best way to do everything and insisted on sharing it with me — while standing in line at Target.

I mean, really, do I need to hear about what to do about sore nipples when I’m minding my own business, buying laundry detergent?

Apparently I’m not alone in thinking "hey, butt out!" Now pregnant women can express how they feel with a new line of hip maternity t-shirts called Mommy Trends. The stretchy t-shirts ($36) sport lines such as "Big &
Beautiful," but the best seller is a shirt that says "No Unsolocited Baby Advice."