Saturday, January 28, 2012

We HEART Babiekins Mag!

Babiekins Mag just recently posted their current obsessions from Little Bean and we are so happy! Little do they know that we are currently obsessed with them! xoxo

Thursday, January 12, 2012

OPEN HOUSE: The Lab at Lakewood!

The Lab at Lakewood ~ OPEN HOUSE ~ This Sunday!
Sunday, January 15, 10:00am-2:00pm

The Lab is excited to open its doors this weekend for the first Open House of 2012! Come and play for free, say ‘Hello’ to our staff, and cuddle any of the resident pets.  The slime bar will be open, and we will be giving away goodies like spy pens and color-changing cups.

Enrollment for this year’s Spring Break Camp Program: Animals-LIVE! begins at 9:50am. This will be your first opportunity to sign up; enrollment is first-come, first-served. We will not be able to take reservations before Jan. 15 or “hold” any spots, as space is limited to thirty kids, and we want to be fair to all of our customers. This year’s camp will feature an outdoor classroom, daily snacks in the garden, time in the greenhouse and “The Great Worm Dig”. Camp is centered on life cycles, habitats and care for the critters with which we share the planet.

Everyone that signs up for Camp at the Open House will receive The Lab’s first ever t-shirt - you choose the design and color, too!

Please email questions to  and consider sending this email to a friend who has not been to The Lab!

The Lab at Lakewood    5304 Junius St., Dallas 75214    214-901-4280

Monday, January 9, 2012

Jess Brown Dolls featured in Martha Stewart!

Jess Brown Rag Dolls: Hand made and each one of a kind! Little Bean has 9 exclusive Jess Brown "Pixies" all made of cotton muslin and tea dyed. Each doll is crafted using found, recycled, and antique fabrics and wools.
Their hair is made of cashmere!! Featured in February issue of Martha Stewart - get them while you still can at!

Wednesday, January 4, 2012


The Trinity River Art Contest is an amazing way to get your child involved with architecture! And what a piece of architecture to get involved with, the new Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge designed by Santiago Calatrava is going to change the landscape of Dallas, literally and figuratively.
For more information and contest details: