Holiday Gift Guide
It’s that time of year again, the lead-up to the holidays – when parents, aunts, and grandparents begin the frantic search for the perfect toy. Ah, the perfect...Read More
Promoting and Encouraging Development Through Play
Our professional advisory board and our team have carefully vetted and selected every product we carry. And each product is here for a very specific reason. We are...Read More
Peeka & Co.
The Mission, Vision, and “Why” of Peeka & Co.
Every child and family is unique. And because of that, it can be hard to find credible products and reliable sources of information to help in your child’s development that...Read More
Sustainable, Inclusive Toys Children will Treasure for Years to Come
Numerous studies show that representation in media can improve the self-esteem of children of diverse backgrounds. Though representation in books and media has...Read More
Understanding Preemie Babies & Corrected Age - Christy Farber
Hi, I’m Christy! And this is my story. In March of 2019, I was 27 weeks pregnant and surrounded by a tower of moving boxes, most...Read More
Milestone Myths You Can Let Go Of
Parenting is rewarding and joyful, but it also brings with it a unique set of stressors. Online forums, news stories, and well-intentioned loved ones often dish out advice...Read More
Upseat Product Review-Stephanie Southerland
You’re here because you want to know if the Upseat is awesome - we did, too. That’s why real parents put everything on our...Read More
Peeka & Co.
The Peeka & Co. Value Standards + Navigating Our Site
Why Use Value Standards? Here’s the truth: there are other marketplaces where you can buy toys. But there is no other marketplace that has been created to serve...Read More
Peeka & Co.
Our Website is Launching Soon! Here's a Sneak Peek
The countdown is on! We’re just weeks away from the official launch of Peeka & Co. While there are endless items to shop and explore we also have...Read More
Living Large: The Pros and Cons of Having a Large Family
"When's her naptime?" the other mom questioned. She was referring to my baby. I gave her a blank stare as my three-year-old tugged on my shirt and my six-year-old called...Read More
The Word "Should" Bears a Heavy Weight On Mothers
One of my earliest memories of new motherhood is sitting in my nursery, rocking my four-month-old baby boy to sleep. I remember I was delusional with...Read More