Snuggle up for a cause These pajamas aren’t just adorable and created by a local mother. They’re also jammies for a good cause. Leela Rao founded Pajamas with Love in memory of her daughter, Priyanka, who lost her battle with childhood leukemia at age 8 after four years in and out of the hospital. “While she was going through years of treatment, she insisted on bringing her own pajamas to the hospital to remind her of home, where she felt happy, safe, comfortable,” Rao
cotton, the pajamas come in crocodile,
said. “Wearing them gave her a sense of hope
giraffe, fish, butterfly and house-brand
go to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
that she could soon go back home.”
designs, including regular and footed styles
to support pediatric cancer research.
in sizes 3M to 4T (all $24.99 each).
Learn more at pajamaswithlove.com
Made with 100% ribbed, chemical-free
The Bakken will take a sabbatical The Bakken Museum on the shores of Bde Maka Ska is planning a six-month construction project to bring in new science exhibits — and a lakefront entrance (artist rendering pictured) — to its 44-year-old campus. Renovations will also add modernized classroom space and improved accessibility to the museum, established in 1975 by Medtronic co-founder Earl Bakken to showcase his collection of historic artifacts relating to science and technology.
December 2019 • mnparent.com
A whopping 50% of the brand’s profits will