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Category Archives: Toys
This post is brought to you by Emojiez.
In a world of texting, SnapChat, Instagram, and Facebook, emoticons have become more present than ever. My friends over at Fun2Play Toys have created toys based on these popular guys and gals, the Emojiez!
(We received Whiffer Sniffers in exchange for this post.)
Take me back to the 80s! Who else LOVED scratch ‘n sniff stickers and all the things? When I found out about Whiffer Sniffers, I was taken right back to the 80s. These delightful characters are unique additions to your kids’ toy collection and will be ones you won’t mind having around the house.
(We received Super Wings in exchange for this post.)
Raise your hand if you can rattle off the name of all the shows your kids watch. Mine is not raised. You see, I didn’t know that Evan was into Super Wings until I brought him home some figurines and asked him if he wanted to check out the app. He looked at me like I was on something, like why don’t you know I like them?!?!
This post, World’s Smallest Toys, is one such post.
Are you like me and have hands that have to be constantly doing something. This need to always be moving leads to me drumming on my desk with a pen, applying lip gloss, or simply tapping at my phone to keep them occupied.
We received the toys in this post and video (including Twozies) for this post.
Last time we went grocery shopping, seven kids accompanied us. The bigs, the twins, and the Twozies that were added to our kids’ collection of blind bag toys. Following Blogger Bash, we got our Box o’ Swag and inside we plenty of surprises for the Bigs, including a 3-pack of Twozies and their pets.
Tonight’s post is thanks to MagicMeeMees.
Amidst the rocking boat of Blogger Bash NYC, I found a toy that I knew would soon become a favorite in my house. Just like my four kids, these are adorable ‘lil beings that have their own emotions and wants.
Evan received the GeoSafari Jr. My First Telescope in exchange for this review.
My little scientist Evan loves the outdoors. Between gardening, playing soccer, checking on his ant farm…I’m honestly not sure how he has time for any of the things he likes to do inside! When I heard about the GeoSafari Jr. My First Telescope from Educational Insights, I knew that it was something perfect for him.
On Friday, December 4, 2015, the Monroeville Mall will be celebrating the grand opening of a new play center. Santa will even be making a special appearance after the ribbon cutting.
What’s in the new play center? Get ready for your ‘lil Burghers to play inside a real life toy box as well as other Fisher-Price toys and characters that are larger-than-life.
If your kids love music and need to learn their colors, might we suggest the Magic Moves Rainbow Jam? It’s a toy that is shaped like a microphone that sings songs about colors that your child touches. With two modes of play, your child can also use it as an instrument to play songs based on the tones the toy associates with colors (including colors out in the real world, like your child’s shirt!).
Arianna has always showed some interest in engineering work. As she nears 7 years old (shhh!), she still learns from toys geared to girls getting hands-on learning with a STEM twist.
We were sent the Design and Drill Flower Power Studio, an on the go set including a drill and bolts to make patterns and designs. She was drawn to the shapes and bright colors, and quickly figured out exactly what to do with the tool set.