Category Archive: toys

Mar 27

Bunnies By The Bay has a variety of stuffed friends to enjoy.

Bunnies By The Bay has a lot of stuffed items that are great for babies and very young children. I love their Skipit Jammies. Bunnies By The Bay was created in response to tragic events that unexpectedly propelled one family into navigating a wayward journey from tragic loss to hopeful healing. The lessons of those experiences …

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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 15

My top 10 Easter basket filler ideas.

Easter is around the corner. I always had fun customizing my daughter’s Easter baskets when she was young. Here are my top 10 non-religious Easter basket filler ideas. Here are my top 10 Easter basket filler ideas. My family is not religious so we celebrate the holidays our own way. My Thoughts: Who doesn’t love …

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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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Feb 16

Hot Wheels PlayTape is a must have for any car fan

Hot Wheels PlayTape, instantly create roads and rails for toy vehicle play anytime, anywhere! Just unroll, stick, and drive! It’s hours of entertainment on a single roll. PlayTape was created out of necessity. In 2002, Brian Musliner was 3 years old and a veritable car fanatic. All he wanted for Christmas that year was “A …

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