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A few years ago I was lucky enough to go to the Mayflower Inn in Washington, CT. The Inn is beautiful and I went on challenging trail runs, and got amazing massages.  The best thing about my trip, however, was that I got introduced to Red Flower bath products.  They had the "Icelandic Moonflower" bath and shower gel in the room and I became obsessed.  The scent is clean, fresh and not at all perfume-y or overpowering. I bought a bottle of it before I came home and used it in the shower every day. I now buy six bottles at a time on either or at Barney's NY and love it.  I realized that it was running out really quickly about a year ago, and found out that my husband starting using it too!  They also make a shampoo and body lotion in the same scent if you want to go for the overall Icelandic Moonflower experience.  Do you have a bath gel that you are obsessed with or do you switch around to try new things?

Pamela Weinberg is co-author of City Baby, the best selling NYC parenting guidebook. This indispensable resource for parents, written with Kelly Ashton, is in its third edition and has been called “The Bible for New York City parents.” City Baby answers the many big and little questions that expectant and new parents ponder.  The fourth edition will be available fall, 2010.

Pamela writes on parenting and mom related topics. She is a frequent speaker on baby-related topics in the tri-state area. Pamela’s presentations include: ‘Ten Great Things to Do with your Baby in New York,’ ‘Tips for Traveling with your Baby,’ and ‘Best Infant Classes in New York.’ She also speaks to expectant mom groups about a wide range of topics -including shopping strategies, childcare, and adapting to new motherhood - that confront pregnant women in New York.

Pamela’s latest venture is Mind Your Own Business Moms.  MYOBMoms was founded last year by Pamela and Barri Waltcher. It is a business dedicated to helping moms return to the workplace. 

A graduate of Brandeis University and mother of a 16 and 13 year-old, Pamela lives in New York City with her family. Contact her at