You’re a map-totin’ mama, with a glove compartment full of Streetwise and
highway maps, a GPS device attached to the windshield, and a toddler in thebackseat who never, ever asks “Are we lost?” But sometimes even
Google-mapping your way to the nearest playdate or street festival is less
than foolproof. Enter Peekaboo maps, designed to highlight where, in
particular cities, you can find everything from a kid-friendly restaurant to
a stroller walk, even a comfy place for nursing! This East Bay company has
created detailed maps for kid-friendly neighborhoods such as Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, Kensington, and Oakland. A San Francisco map, as well as other cities around the world, are coming soon. Each laminated, brightly-colored and coded map folds up and is easily stashed in a diaper bag. So the next time you¹re out running errands and need to find a changing table or a play area to let the kiddies let off some steam, these slick maps have you covered. They can be picked up in the East Bay at Brushstrokes Studio in Berkeley, Baby World on Telegraph Ave., CrackerJacks, Kid Dynamo, and
others. More info can be found soon (including ordering info) at www.peekaboomaps.com.