Category Archive: Baby/Kids

Mar 22

Haba Wooden Puzzle Butterfly Magic Review

Haba has this adorable wooden butterfly puzzle for young children. It’s not only fun and colorful, it helps with fine motor skills. HABA’s company philosophy is based on one simple principle: Children are the most important things in life. Instilling fundamental values, helping them become independent and develop into creative and imaginative people is not …

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Mar 10

I See Me is your one stop shop for personalized items for children.

I See Me makes it easy to find the perfect personalized gift for Easter or anytime for children. I See Me provides the highest quality, most personalized children’s books available. They opened for business in May of 2000, after a year of active product development. Allan and Maia (the owners/creators) received a personalized book as …

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Mar 09

JellyCAP turns any bottled beverage into a kid-friendly drink.

JellyCAP makes drinking fun and easy by turning any bottle into a sports bottle or a straw bottle. Drinking out of a regular bottle is not easy – especially for the little ones.  JellyCAP solves a problem that parents (and kids) frequently face when the little ones try to drink water, juice or any other beverage from a standard bottle. Splatter, mess, and even …

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Mar 02

Crayola On the Go Color Wonder is perfect to be creative on the go.

We all know and love Crayola, right? Have you seen their on the go color wonder products?  Ideal for mess-free coloring wherever you are, Crayola Color Wonder On The Go sets allow kids to fully express themselves without making a mess. With its compact size and ability to snap shut, this kit lets kids get …

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Jan 17

Claessens’ Kids helps teach your kids to tell time.

It can be hard for kids to learn to tell time. It can also be difficult for them to tell how long 5 or 10 minutes is. The Clasessens’s Kids watch can help with both. The KWID learning watch teaches kids to read digital and analog time by displaying them together so kids can connect …

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