Every day, millions of parents attempt to accomplish Operation Mealtime, a delicate mission requiring unprecedented skills. Every day, over and over again, these brave parents face this complicated task with a bib as their only weapon.
Archive for month: April, 2012
Although this week is dedicated to princesses and tights, we can go a step further and state that without a doubt, Annie Leibovitz is a queen of photography.
She is probably one of the most famous photographers in the world with an astounding track history, which is why Disney probably gave her a call to create the second part of an amazing photo shoot dedicated to the most iconic characters of this children’s brand name, that began in 2009. If you check out the faces of the characters, we’re sure you’ll recognise a few famous people from the world of film and music.
As you already know, this week is dedicated to princesses. And although The Kings of the House believes that all queens of the house are princesses (because being rebellious comes as standard, just like our tights) in this post we’re going to talk about a few of their favourite pastimes of some “official” princesses.
Once upon a time, there was a little girl who wanted to be a princess. Actually, this story repeats itself every day, because one of the favourite dreams of the queens of the house is to become a proper princess.
But life is a beautiful tale of learning, and our little ones know that, which is why one day they’re princesses and another they’re rebels. To forge their character, they need a pair of tights full of personality that will accompany them under any circumstance.
The world of pregnancy can sometimes seem more complicated than it really is. Thanks to modern technology, there are tests that when done in time, can detect certain genetic mutations and try to correct them so that the baby is born as healthy as possible. One of these test, detects gestational diabetes, to try and rectify the mothers diet and that way decrease the chances of the baby suffering diabetes later in life.
Corkers! (And never used more adequately) As in earlier entries of our blog, today we’re going to talk about our Harvest Bodysuit and the world of wine: the bottle cork.
The things is, our Harvest Bodysuit for babies has been made with the same kind of care. Care for the good things in life, passed down for generations, like the harvest of grapes for wine, which goes back many years. There is archaeological evidence from 6000 BC in Georgia, Iran, the Middle East, Sumeria and Egypt.
Wine lovers (and of course, everybody else in the kingdom), you’re cordially invited to discover the Chateau of fun, a place where the best harvest of every year is reaped: the most original bodysuit for babies.
After having seen how we make our polo shirts at The Kings of the House… What? You don’t know what we’re talking about? You better read our post about how to make the most original polo shirts for babies thanks to POLOPOWERMATIC.
As you know, at the kingdom we love creativity and fun; so when we decided we were going to make amazing polo shirts for the kings of the house, we couldn’t settle for average polo shirts, with average colours and a little emblem on the chest. We wanted much more than that.
At The Kings of the House, we’re going to show you the mysterious process behind the production of our original polo shirts. Hold tight, because it’s an exciting voyage that will change your perception of these clothes.
After analyzing some totally reliable statistics (carried out by a few consultants of the realm and not at all biased) we began to wonder why polo shirts, as opposed to t-shirts, are always so boring.
Artist Florentijn Hofman’s (Delfzijl, 1977) bath must have been pretty small when he decided to create one of his most surprising sculptures. And the truth is, we love his giant works of art based on everyday objects, especially this one which transports us to our childhood in a matter of seconds.
No matter what task we’re up against. Creative thinking can be improved just by changing the way in which we do common tasks, according to a study by Simone Ritter (Psychologist of the University of Radboudn in Nijmegen, Holland).
And the best part is that anybody can do it. The technique is so simple, that even the kings of the house can apply it to their daily routine: but first let’s talk about the experiment (its jaw dropping).
At The Kings of the House we like to think that the world is an endless pit of knowledge, there are always new things to learn, curious tidbits to ponder or interesting information to digest. And because we believe that curiosity should be encouraged from an early age, we created this section for you to teach your restless little brains interesting facts that will keep them thinking for a while. Today we’re going to talk about a mammal that has been associated with the sport of boxing since the end of the nineteenth century.