Nest Moms Know: Great Music

Nest hosts a Tea Collection give-away on our Facebook page most Tuesdays. We try to ask questions that will enrich our community. We always appreciate your input! If you would like to suggest a question, please email us at info@nestchildrensboutique.com.

These are questions we ask every year and update with new content.  We organize all the responses on our directory page here.

7/26/16

Our question:

We are looking for suggestions for our next playlist!  What music are you listening to?

Your answers:

  1. Fitz and the Tantrums. Song: I can make your hands clap (2016)
  2. Mista Cookie Jar (2016)
  3. Elmo music has taken over my pandora stations (2016)
  4. The Okee Dokee Brothers (2016)
  5. The Mynabirds (2016)
  6. Twenty One Pilots. Kid friendly (bigger kid) (2016)
  7. Justin Timberlake – Can’t Stop The Feeling (2016)
  8. Adele (2016)
  9. Old Mexican love ballads (2016)
  10. Pink Martini, Reggae or Beach Boys (2015)
  11. Phish (2015)
  12. Pandora’s Disney channel (2016, 2015)
  13. Jack Johnson (2015)
  14. Katy Perry (2014)
  15. Pompeii by Bastille (2014)
  16. Jack Johnson (2014)
  17. Best of Neil Young (2014)
  18. Justin Roberts (great kids music) (2014)
  19. Bruce Springsteen (2014)
  20. Pharrell Davis’s “Happy” (2014)
  21. Beyonce (2014)
  22. Ed Sheeran (2014)
  23. She & Him (2014)
  24. The Lumineers (2016, 2014)
  25. Frozen Soundstrack (2014)
  26. Little Mermaid Soundtrack (2014)
  27. James Taylor (2014)
  28. Bruce Hornsby (2014)
  29. Marc Cohen (2014)
  30. Sarah McLachlan (2014)
  31. Coldplay (2014)
  32. Matisyahu – One Day (2014)

 

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Nest Moms Know: Date Night Ideas

Nest hosts a Tea Collection give-away on our Facebook page most Tuesdays. We try to ask questions that will enrich our community. We always appreciate your input! If you would like to suggest a question, please email us at info@nestchildrensboutique.com.

These are questions we ask every year and update with new content. We organize all the responses on our directory page here.

7/19/2016

Our question:

Do you have any good date night recommendations? We’re looking for great restaurants as well as non restaurant ideas!

Your answers:

Restaurants and Bars:

  1. Work and Class (2016)
  2. One (or a couple) of the many Colorado Breweries (2016)
  3. Dave & Busters (2016)
  4. Morning Date at Denver Biscuit Company (2016)
  5. Williams & Graham (2014)
  6. Potager (2014)
  7. Linger (2014)
  8. Sushi Den (2014)
  9. Bittersweet (2014)
  10. Le Central (2014)
  11. The Source (2014)
  12. True Food Kitchen (2014)
  13. Odelay Tacos (2014)
  14. Z Cuisine & A Cote (2014)
  15. Patsy’s Italian Restaurant (2014)
  16. Fruition (2014)
  17. Osteria Marco
  18. Chef Zorbas Cafe (particularly good for brunch with kids on day after the date!) (2014)
  19. ChoLon (2014)
  20. D’Corazon (2014)
  21. Sushi Sasa (2014)
  22. Bistro Vendome (2014)
  23. Beatrice & Woodsley (2014)
  24. TAG (2014)
  25. Peaks Lounge at the Hyatt Downtown (What a view!) (2014)
  26. The Fort (2014)
  27. Luca d’Italia (2014)
  28. Any of the restaurants in City Set (Glendale) (2014)
  29. Punchbowl Social (you can bowl here too!) (2014)

Non Eating/Drinking Ideas:

  1. Rockies Game (2016)
  2. Any Concert at Red Rocks (2016)
  3. A night at the Botanic Gardens! Less crowds and you can bring a snack or just go after dinner! (2015)
  4. Science night or the Chocolate Exhibit at DMNS.(2016, 2015)
  5. First Friday going to Art Galleries (2015)
  6. A bike ride through City Park then a stop at an eatery (2015)
  7. Hiking (2014)
  8. Bowling, Lucky Strike Lanes has food and drink as well! (2014)
  9. Denver Four Seasons Spa Couples Treatments (2016, 2014)
  10. Hit the Boulder Theater for a concert (2014)
  11. Mountain Biking (2014)
  12. Upscale movie night at Landmark (2016, 2014)
  13. Canvas & Cocktails (2014)
  14. A trip to the Denver Art Museum (2014)
  15. Cooking lessons at the Seasoned Chef Cooking School or Le Central (2014)
  16. Indoor Rock Climbing (2014)

Whatcha think? What are we missing?

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Nest Moms Know: Great Ice Cream

Nest hosts a Tea Collection give-away on our Facebook page most Tuesdays. We try to ask questions that will enrich our community. We always appreciate your input! If you would like to suggest a question, please email us at info@nestchildrensboutique.com.

These are questions we ask every year and update with new content.  We organize all the responses on our directory page here.

7/12/2016

Our question:

What are your favorite ice cream shops to visit during the hot summer days/nights?

Your answers:

  1. Glacier ice cream & gelato! (2016)
  2. La nieveria in stapleton! New and so many yummy exotic flavors (2016)
  3. Scrumptious in Olde Town Arvada! (2016)
  4. Haagen Daz-Pearl street mall-Boulder (2015)
  5. Safeway, their prices are good. (2015, 2014)
  6. High Point Creamery-Denver (2016, 2015, 2014)
  7. Sweet Cow-Louisville (2016, 2015, 2014)
  8. Liks-Denver (2016, 2015, 2014)
  9. Pinkberry-Denver (2015, 2014)
  10. Bonnie Brae-Denver (2015, 2014)
  11. Sweet Action-Denver (2016, 2015, 2014)
  12. Pajama Baking Company– Denver (2014)
  13. Nuggs (2016, 2014)
  14. Cows Gone Coconut (2014)
  15. Golden Spoon Fro Yo (2014)
  16. Little Man (2014)
  17. Eis Gelato (2014)
  18. Yogurtland (2014)
  19. CoYo (2014)
  20. Paciugo Gelato (2014)

 

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Nest Moms Know: Day Trips & Hikes

Nest hosts a Tea Collection give-away on our Facebook page most Tuesdays. We try to ask questions that will enrich our community. We always appreciate your input! If you would like to suggest a question, please email us at info@nestchildrensboutique.com.

These are questions we ask every year and update with new content.  We organize all the responses on our directory page here.

7/5/2016

Our question:

We are looking for suggestions for fun day trips and hikes!

Your answers:

  1. Walker Ranch (2016)
  2. Seven Falls at the Broadmoor (2016)
  3. Three Sisters in Evergreen (2016)
  4. Deer Creek Canyon (2016)
  5. Colorado Springs to hike Garden of the Gods and Cheyenne Mountain Zoo! (2015)
  6. Roxburough State Park to see the Fountain formation. Highly recommend it but it’s hot, get an early start. (2015)
  7. Mt. Sanitas for a hike. Then to the Boulder Farmers Market, then off to Snooze for a late breakfast. (2015)
  8. The Black Hills. Mount Rushmore, this is more than a day trip but so much fun. (2015)
  9. Sunflower Farm (2014)
  10. Eldorado Canyon has great hikes and it is near Boulder (so go and see the new Nest in Boulder afterwards :)). (2014)
  11. Go to Chatauqua State Park and eat lunch there. (2014)
  12. Lair o’ The Bear (2016, 2014)
  13. Hanging Lake in Glenwood Canyon. (2014)
  14. North Pole amusement park at the foot of Pike’s Peak! (2014)
  15. Nederland (2014)
  16. Mount Sanitas (2014)
  17. Dinosaur Ridge (2014)
  18. Berry Patch Farms (2014)
  19. Barr Lake (2014)
  20.  Heritage Square (2014)
  21. Bluffs Regional Park in Lone Tree (2014)
  22. Butterfly Pavilion (2014)
  23. Cheyenne Mountain Zoo (2014)
  24. Tiny Town (2014)

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Nest Moms Know: Best Parks, Pools & Playgrounds

Nest hosts a Tea Collection give-away on our Facebook page most Tuesdays. We try to ask questions that will enrich our community. We always appreciate your input! If you would like to suggest a question, please email us at info@nestchildrensboutique.com.

These are questions we ask every year and update with new content.  We organize all the responses on our directory page here.

6/28/2016

Our question:

What are good parks, playgrounds, and pools to relax at to get summer vacation rolling?

Your answers:

  1. Congress Park Pool (2016)
  2. Tailwind Park – Lowry Parks (2016)
  3. Wheat Ridge Recreation Center (2016)
  4. Chataqua Park (2016)
  5. Waterworld – the lazy river is AMAZING! (2016)
  6. Anything in walking or biking distance. No cars for summer activities! (2015)
  7. The Boulder Rez!! When we moved to Boulder from the coast I didn’t think of it as a real “beach” but it’s growing on me. It’s a great family-friendly place. (2015)
  8. Centennial Center Park (2015)
  9. Bellevue Park (2015)
  10. Westlands Park (2015)
  11. We LOVE the city park splash pad (2015)
  12. Boulder river… (2015)
  13. Spruce Pool in Boulder! (2015)

 

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Nest Moms Know: Fun 4th of July Activities

Nest hosts a Tea Collection give-away on our Facebook page most Tuesdays. We try to ask questions that will enrich our community. We always appreciate your input! If you would like to suggest a question, please email us at info@nestchildrensboutique.com.

These are questions we ask every year and update with new content.  We organize all the responses on our directory page here.

6/21/2016

Our question:

We are looking for suggestions for fun 4th of July activities!

Your answers:

  1. Driving up to Estes Park (2016)
  2. Park Hill Parade (2016)
  3. Colorado Rapids Game – Best Fireworks Show! (2016)
  4. Decorate the kids bikes and wagon for the kids parade. (2015)
  5. Visit family and spend the 4th where ever they are! So much fun! (2015)
  6. Making our American Flag angel cake with the blueberry “stripes” and strawberry “stars”. (2015)
  7. Paint a pallet so it looks like a flag to place in your front yard. (2015)
  8. Make red white and blue juice ( & sometimes cool aid) pops for picnics and paddle boats. So much fun! (2015)
  9. Washington Park has a great parade with music and (most important) ice cream. (2014)
  10. Create your own paper flags. (2014)
  11. Firework Art (2014)
  12. Go to Downtown Denver to watch the fireworks. (2014)
  13. Congress Park has a kids “parade” with a real FIRE TRUCK and real FIREMEN! The kids get to play on the truck, then parade around the 7th Avenue Parkway, led by the firetruck, and then everyone enjoys Popsicles. MMMM! (2014)
  14. Take a road trip to the mountains.  Steamboat and Keystone are really fun! (2014)
  15. There is a great bike parade through Cheesman Park. (2014)
  16. Get out the sidewalk chalk, water balloons and squirt guns.  Good ole’ fashioned summer fun! (2014)
  17. Lohi has a great early fireworks show. (2014)

 Whatcha think? What are we missing?

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Nest Moms Know: Father’s Day Gifts & Traditions

Nest hosts a Tea Collection give-away on our Facebook page most Tuesdays. We try to ask questions that will enrich our community. We always appreciate your input! If you would like to suggest a question, please email us at info@nestchildrensboutique.com.

These are questions we ask every year and update with new content. We organize all the responses on our directory page here.

6/14/2016

Our question:

We are looking for suggestions for the perfect Father’s Day gift!

Your answers:

  1. Into the Fire – Make custom pottery items for Dad (2016)
  2. Whiskey (locally made) (2016)
  3. A new fishing hat (2016)
  4. Jump rope (2016)
  5. Spike Ball (2015)
  6. Concert tickets (2015)
  7. Vitamix (2015)
  8. A complete night of sleep! (2015)
  9. Apple TV (2015)
  10. Ping pong table (2015)
  11. Vape pen (2015)
  12. A family hike (2015)
  13. Books (2015)
  14. Bike accessories (2015)
  15. New bike (2014)
  16. Rock salt spa session (supposed to be good for allergies) (2014)
  17. GOLF! (2014)
  18. Baseball tickets (2014)
  19. A new grill (2014)
  20. A giant tool chest (2014)
  21. Guitar accessories (2014)
  22. A photo album which includes pictures of his kids (2014)
  23. Travel coffee mug (2014)
  24. A day to do whatever he wants (2014)
  25. Breakfast in bed (2014)
  26. Homemade art (2014)
  27. Go out for a meal (2014)

 

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Nest Moms Know: Adult Book Clubs

Nest hosts a Tea Collection give-away on our Facebook page most Tuesdays. We try to ask questions that will enrich our community. We always appreciate your input! If you would like to suggest a question, please email us at info@nestchildrensboutique.com.

These are questions we ask every year and update with new content. We organize all the responses on our directory page here.

6/7/2016

Our question:

Do you belong to a good book club for Adults? If so please share!

Your answers:

  1. No book club, bit great kids book on tape so we all discuss: Mr Lemoncello’s library! (2016)
  2. Book clubs=wine clubs 😄 (2016)

Whatcha think? What are we missing?

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Nest Moms Know: Great iPad Apps

Nest hosts a Tea Collection give-away on our Facebook page most Tuesdays. We try to ask questions that will enrich our community. We always appreciate your input! If you would like to suggest a question, please email us at info@nestchildrensboutique.com.

These are questions we ask every year and update with new content. We organize all the responses on our directory page here.

5/31/2016

Our question:

We are looking for suggestions for iPad Apps!

Your answers:

  1. Bugs and Buttons, great intro to math! (2016)
  2. Monkey Lunchbox. For 3-6yrs kids (2016)
  3. Toca apps are some of my kids’ favorites. Toca Band, Toca Doctor, Toca Lab, Toca Robot Lab, Toca Tailor, etc. (2016)
  4. “Little Bella’s – I close my eyes.”  Sweet little ebook for ages 2-99. (2015)
  5. “Crackers and Goo!” Funny name, but children and educators love it! (2015)
  6. “Monkey Lunch Box.” For pre-schoolers. (2015)
  7. “Endless Alphabet” (2016, 2015)
  8. “Plants vs. Zombies.” For ages 4 and up. (2015)
  9. All the “Crayola” apps are great for preschoolers. (2015)
  10. “Toca Boca” (2015)
  11. “Goodnight Safari.” For ages 2 and up. (2015)
  12. “Play Lab.”  For 2-3 year olds. (2015)
  13. “Starfall.” For ages 3 and up. (2016, 2015)
  14. “Hooked on Phonics.”  For early readers. (2015)
  15. “Bob Books and Reading Raven.”  For early readers. (2015)
  16. “Reading Rainbow” for endless books and great video field trips.  Any age. (2015)
  17. “Sparkabilities.” For ages 6 months-5 years. (2015)
  18. “Endless Readers.”  For ages 2-6. (2015)
  19. “Endless Numbers.”  For ages 2-6. (2015)
  20. All the “Fisher Price” apps.  For toddlers. (2014)
  21. Sesame Street “Monster” apps.  For toddlers. (2014)
  22. “Small World”.  For toddlers. (2014)

Whatcha think? What are we missing?

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Nest Moms Know: Summer Reading

Nest hosts a Tea Collection give-away on our Facebook page most Tuesdays. We try to ask questions that will enrich our community. We always appreciate your input! If you would like to suggest a question, please email us at info@nestchildrensboutique.com.

These are questions we ask every year and update with new content. We organize all the responses on our directory page here.

5/24/2016

Our question:

We are looking for suggestions for summer reading lists – for kids or adults!

Your answers:

  1.  Denver Public Library has an awesome program that gives out prizes when kids finish a book. Last year my son recieved a bag, a new book, and a ticket to Elitch’s. He will be joining again this summer (2016)
  2. We just discovered Mother Bruce and love it! (2016)
  3. I’m reading Fates and Furies now – long, but SOOOO good! (2016)
  4. Aurora Public Libraries has good prizes (2016)
  5. Jeffco public library does a great free summer reading program with prizes. My preschooler loves Pete The Cat series. As a family read aloud we will start Little House on the Prairie Series. (2016)
  6. Barnes and Noble has a summer reading program…if kids read and complete the summer reading journal, they can earn a free book chosen from the list.
    http://www.barnesandnoble.com/…/b/summer-reading/_/N-rs9 (2016)
  7. Arapahoe Library District has a great kids program (2016)
  8. Check out the list: Books to Read Before they hit Theaters in 2014 (adults) (2015)
  9. Anything by Roald Dhal.  Some favorites include James and the Giant Peach,  Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Danny the Champion of the World , The BFG (kids 2nd and 3rd graders) (2015)
  10. Anything by Mo Willems.  Some  favorites include: Don’t Let the Pigeon Stay up Late and the Knuffle Bunny (kids) (2015)
  11. Anything by Barbara Kingsolver (adults) (2015)
  12. Little Bee (adults) (2015)
  13. The Tale of Edgar Sawtell (adults) (2015)
  14. The Cam Jamsen series (1st graders) (2015)
  15. Junie B. Jones series (1st graders) (2015)
  16. Wonder by R.J. Palacio is a great family read about acceptance and being strong! (2015)
  17. Anything by Jasper Tomkins (kids) (2015)
  18. Any book suggested by the wonderful kid’s librarians at the Denver Central library. Gigi, Rachel, Ann and others!!! (2015)
  19. Parenting book: Off Limits (adults) (2015)
  20. Life After Life (adults) (2015)
  21. The Goldfinch (adults) (2015)
  22. The Interestings (adults) (2015)
  23. The Language of Flowers (adults) (2015)
  24. You Know What I Love (kids) (2015)
  25. Hands Free Mama (adults) (2015)
  26. Snow White and Rose Red (an alternative to typical princess books for kids) (2015)

Whatcha think? What are we missing?

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