1. MzLadyGreen

    My first time hearing about cookieskids was from my cousin. I went on the site and fell In love with it. I am a mother of 2 boys and a baby girl on the way. I just recently order a lot of baby girl products from them. The site has it where you can find things very easy. I can say I will be making a new order very soon.


  2. Returning Customer

    very happy and satisfied with my purchase I will continue to order from Cookie’s , just make sure you keep prices low!



  3. love you cookies kids best on line store to shop for my grand kids clothes.put i really love your boys chams jeans.i love the style of them and they are thick jeans and at a grate price.love you here in hammond louisiana.


  4. Hi my Name is Desiree and I would like to tell you about one of cookies employee who works downtown brooklyn. Her name is Jasmine she works  in the children department. When I visit cookies on Saturday September the 3rd 2011 Jasmine was nice and very helpful to me. Every thing that I needed for my daughter for school Jasmine was there to assist me. I just want you to know that Jasmine is really outstanding and Cookies best employee. Thank you for hiring Jasmine. Thank you Jasmine for everything and my God bless you.


  5. AWESOME!!!

    "I’m a new customer but will continue to shop with cookies, because of  great deals and awesome qualitiy. Thanks for providing the best shopping experince.


    Jeremy Martinez”


    Why, thank you, Jeremy! That did quite make my morning. :-)


  6. Summer Sun Safety

    Tumblr Thursday Guest Post by Cookie’s Kids Mom Martha Scully

    Calling all parents and caregivers! You are responsible for children’s sun-safety, so be sure to brush up on your knowledge of sunscreen this year! According to Health Canada, “Exposure to UVA and UVB radiation can cause skin damage, eye damage and weaken the body’s immune system.” But our bodies need vitamin D, so exposure to UV rays also helps us pump up our vitamin D too.

    Parents and caregivers play an important role in the development of sun-safe habits. Everyone wants to stay outside, playing all day and enjoying the sun. That’s ok, but be sure to take steps to protect yourself and the kids for the future.

    • Try to time your outdoor time before 11am or after 4pm, when the sun is the least harmful
    • If you’re out in prime-time, stay in the shade as much as possible; if you’re in the sun, cover up to protect your skin
    • Use sunscreen that’s SPF 15 or higher and ‘Broad Spectrum” for protection against UVA and UVB rays
    • Apply 20 minutes before you go out, and reapply 20 minutes after you’re out to ensure proper coverage
    • If you go swimming or work up a sweat, reapply often to ensure you’re always covered
    • Make sure you get all the sensitive parts: lips, ears, nose… and feet if you’re like me!

    Remember these tips to ensure that you can have fun all summer!


    About this Cookie’s Kids Mom

    Martha Scully is the owner and founder of CanadianSitter.ca and CanadianNanny.ca. When she is not helping thousands of parents across Canada find childcare, she is raising her two busy daughters in beautiful Nanaimo, BC. She has been featured on CanadaAM, in Today’s Parent, the Globe & Mail, as well as being selected as the 2008 SavvyMom Entrepreneur of the Year.

    Would you like to be a Cookie’s Kids Mom and be featured next Tumblr Thursday? You can submit a post in our submission box - we’ll credit you and add you to our Cookie’s Kids Mom blog roll!