The creator of Three Wishes Cereal dishes on his favorite family spots and products.
Once his son was born, Ian Wishingrad and his wife, Margaret, began to see food in a different light. “We realized that even the ‘healthy’ cereals weren’t that healthy,” he says. As a solution, the two went to the kitchen to create a fresh new cereal the whole family could enjoy. Three Wishes Cereal is high protein, low sugar, grain free, vegan and a strong option for any parent looking for clean alternatives to breakfast food. Wishingrad’s favorite part about owning a successful company is “hearing from families who love Three Wishes and are so grateful we created it.” Here, this modern dad shares his favorite products and places for the family in NYC.
“Peloton has been the best purchase; it is so convenient, and the classes are terrific!” $2,245, onepeloton.com
“For a cultural attraction to take the family, the Central Park Zoo.” 64th St. & Fifth Ave., centralparkzoo.com
“Noodle & Boo and California Baby are our favorites for our son. We love Molton Brown for adults.” Calendula cream, 6 fl. oz. for $32, californiababy.com
“We love getting toys at CAMP. This way, our son can see/touch/experience them before we buy them. Our recent favorite is the PonyCycle.”110 Fifth Ave., camp.com
“Classic Car Club is great on the weekends for kids to run around, and it’s terrific for meetings on the water any other time.” Clubhouse membership $180 per month, 1 Pier 76, 408 Twelfth Ave., classiccarclubmanhattan.com