I love the chandeliers made by Jubilee Lighting. My favorite part of it is that you can pick your own shades to really customize your look. They make lamps too, and the lamp bases are reasonably priced. Chandeliers are pricier, but very detailed in design and unique - not like anything you'll find in a big box store.
Douglas makes the softest, sweetest little stuffed animals available. Kids love the schlumpies - the ones that have the head of a baby animal connected to a blanket, and they've added new infant-sized plush toys that have a rattle inside. Very reasonably priced, too, for the high quality.
This company makes some of the cutest onesies and t-shirt sets, socks and hair clips. I do wish they came in bigger sizes though - they only go up large enough for kids under 25 pounds. Bright colors, fun styles.
Smile for the Birdie seems to have lots of fans, but their products are a little too cutesy for me - all pastels, pretty babyish. That being said, a lot of their picture frames, especially the "milestone" ones - 1st birthday, etc. - have been received well when I gave them as gifts.
I LOVE all of the items sold by Bella Tunno. They are made out of very high-quality fabrics, very soft to the touch, and are perfectly functional too. The bib/burp cloth/pacifier holder set is perfect for shower gifts.
Elizabeth Allen was one of the frontrunners of a lot of the color combinations that are so popular today (pastels and chocolate, etc). The cottons used in their bedding items are so soft and luxurious - beautiful!
Great pizza - especially the veggie versions (they put stuff on there you wouldn't think of) - and calzones, etc. It's good enough to wait for - be prepared, because you will, especially on weekends! Great patio dining last time I was there.
I can't say enough good things about Camp Hollymont. It's a good, solid, character-building place that is intent on pouring into it's campers. The owners have been a part of Hollymont's story for nearly two decades, so they know their stuff. I attended for several years myself and know firsthand how much it can benefit a young girl.
This is genuinely one of the best camps available for families with boys ages 6-16. My brother attended as a camper, and I worked there for several years in college. I've seen the inner workings, and can vouch for the integrity and spiritual grounding of the owners. They have campers' best interests at heart. If I ever have a son, I wouldn't hesitate to send him to Camp Rockmont!
These are some of the prettiest dresses I've ever seen for little girls. The have a good selection, from casual to special occasion. I like the dressier versions for holiday parties and pictures, because they don't look like kiddie beauty pageant-type dresses. They have coordinating styles for big sis, little sis. Not too expensive for what you get.