Totally Lit

Martiniglass

If martinis don’t get you lit enough on their own strength, consider adding some extra light. While the amusement of light-up plastic martini glasses perhaps best work their magic at say, a classic kitsch bar, they’ll also have the same effect at any festivity, regardless of location. The double helix-shape LED illuminated stem is undoubtedly mesmerizing, plus the reusable glass is at least one thing your guests can take home at the end of the night. $29.99 for set of four from After 5.

 


Totally Lit

Martiniglass

If martinis don’t get you lit enough on their own strength, consider adding some extra light. While the amusement of light-up plastic martini glasses perhaps best work their magic at say, a classic kitsch bar, they’ll also have the same effect at any festivity, regardless of location. The double helix-shape LED illuminated stem is undoubtedly mesmerizing, plus the reusable glass is at least one thing your guests can take home at the end of the night. $29.99 for set of four from After 5.

 


Baby Be of Use

Baby, Make Me Breakfast

Food-inspired books for children abound, but Lisa Brown's "Baby Be of Use" series takes a subversive spin on the feel-good genre, typified by volumes like First Book of Sushi ("Ikura, squishy salmon roe like dabby dots of jelly, salty on my lips and yummy in my belly!"). With bright, bold artwork, Lisa Brown’s Baby, Make Me Breakfast and Baby, Make Me a Drink aren’t just collections of pretty pictures of food and clever rhymes. Instead, these books aspire -- with tongue firmly planted in cheek -- to teach the littlest gastronomes-in-training how to cook mommy breakfast and mix up a tray full of cocktails. Baby, Fix My Car and Baby, Do My Banking round out the series. $9.00 at The McSweeney's Store.

 


Baby Be of Use

Baby, Make Me Breakfast

Food-inspired books for children abound, but Lisa Brown's "Baby Be of Use" series takes a subversive spin on the feel-good genre, typified by volumes like First Book of Sushi ("Ikura, squishy salmon roe like dabby dots of jelly, salty on my lips and yummy in my belly!"). With bright, bold artwork, Lisa Brown’s Baby, Make Me Breakfast and Baby, Make Me a Drink aren’t just collections of pretty pictures of food and clever rhymes. Instead, these books aspire -- with tongue firmly planted in cheek -- to teach the littlest gastronomes-in-training how to cook mommy breakfast and mix up a tray full of cocktails. Baby, Fix My Car and Baby, Do My Banking round out the series. $9.00 at The McSweeney's Store.