Nov 09

shopping for a new car seat?

Bentley has launched a new line of accessories, including a new selection of child seats that can be made to match the car’s interior. Bentley also offers a new set of Vented Wings in black or mesh finish available for the Continental GT, GTC and Flying Spur. C’mon Bentley, when are you going to release that Minivan we are all waiting for?


$179,200 – $203,600, price includes the car.

Nov 09

James Perse Tricycle

The James Perse Tricycle is a 1970’s inspired design. Custom made with an extra low center of gravity design so it won’t tip over. Sturdy construction made with heavy duty steel and powder coated for superior chip resistance. Attached deck is made of teak wood. This tricycle is made in orange, white, green and matte black.


Now available at James Perse’s online store.
Currently SOLD OUT – For future orders contact limitededition@jamesperse.com.

Nov 09

blik wall decals

Looking for some new art to hang or wanting to decorate your kids room?  Why not try a removable wall graphics with neat designs from our friends at BLIK. They provide custom designs you or choose from a wide variety of graphics from their collection.


A few of our favs include designs by Upper Playground, Zeptonn and Charles and Ray Eames.

From $40 at BLIK.

Nov 09

KidZui’s Newest Browser For Kids Is All About Sharing

KidZui, the web browser that’s built for kids, is today launching KidZui 5.0, featuring more functionality for parents and children to discover and share the Internet together.


With one click, children can now send KidZui-approved videos, websites, and pictures to their parents with the browser’s new built-in ‘KidConnect’ capabilities. Parents can now also easily send content directly to their children to return the favor. Essentially, KidZui aims to maximize parent and child computer screen time as an opportunity to connect and converse with each other through shared content online.

KidZui says it currently boasts over 2 million games, websites, photographs and videos, and that all of them are approved jointly by parents and teachers.

Check it out – Free @ KidZui.com

Nov 09

Made 2 Measure – Kids growstick by Donkey Products

Say good-bye to the door frame: Mark the growing of your kid from birth to move-out on the colourful Made 2 Measure yardstick – wherever you stay.

Made in Germany – $20 via donkey-products.com


Nov 09

Black Scale x Invisible Stripes

San Francisco-based label, Black Scale, collaborated with Bay Area brand/boutique INVS on a special kids collection. Being a huge fan of both brands, it was nice to see a toddlers line from a brand that I wear. Matching with your kids might be cheese, but matching black scale tees with your 4 year-old is pretty ill.

$24 and up – Get em online @ invisiblestripes.com

Nov 09

Shred Bed – by Chad Knight

You have probably seen this before and we at dadalist have been anxiously awaiting this bed since last year. Seeing that the website shredbed.com has not been updated for a year and no release date slated, we may need to build one for ourselves. If anyone knows more about the release date or price, let us know since were not the ones skilled at woodwork just yet.


Nov 09

Wooden 400% Bearbrick

Another wooden toy? Yeah, we’re loving em a lot lately. Looks like Mimushi has some competition as More Trees x Karimoku x Medicom Toy present an all wood, eco-conscious 400% Bearbrick which 5% of all sales are being donated to a forest re-planting charity with More Trees. The figure is comprised of 7 different pieces of wood from Hokkaido: beech, walnut, cherry, chestnut, oak, yellowfin, and maple and the type of wood used is laser-etched into the Be@rbrick.

3 Available at Fatlace.


Nov 09


who wants vinyl toys anymore when you can get 100% handcrafted wood toys that smell like the amazon? Check out the latest wooden toy to hit the dadalist. Mimushi comes in different wood styles and accents. $225 @ Mimushi.com


Nov 09

The Fuji Instax Instant Camera

How cool is this??? It’s like a little stormtrooper camera, think all-white, sleek plastic that develops credit card size prints. NICE! Who needs 10 bajillion mega-pixels anyways? Cop it for $90 @ Photojojo