“Then Turdy (😂 … the turtle 🐢) told Whaley that Panda told Tigey that Elle the Elephant was just SO…
One of the big reasons we moved from California to Washington is so we could get the kids closer to their little cousins who live in the Tacoma suburb of University Place. The kids are all so close in age, so it makes for some good playtime. And now that we’ve moved, summertime is all about backyard tag, lunch on the grass, and all the cousin fun.
JumpOff Jo’s 5-foot inflatable Unicorn is easy to assemble and totally looks like water is coming out of its butt. Which the kids think is hilarious.
This Letter Crayons Word Building Center is made for ages 3 to 6, which is exciting to find one toy that’s perfect for Clara and Wyatt’s range. I love the multilevel aspects of learning! There are lots of bright colors, and color sorting options too if the kids aren’t into spelling at the moment.
All the cool cars (and probably some teensy toes) will line up to race on the Simplay3 Carry and Go Track Table, a holiday gift idea for kids that boasts versatility, durability and fun factor.
I’m no designer, but here’s my home fashion prediction: play mats are soooo the new living room rug.
Today we’re reviewing the 45-piece Magnetic Roller Coaster Building Blocks set we received compliments of @picassotiles.
This marble run toy uses magnetic blocks + snap-tracks to build different configurations for the marble run, but its parts are too complicated for 2 and 4 year olds and they got easily frustrated with the set.
Looking for a great holiday gift for your outdoorsy kids this Christmas? Simplay3’s new Trail Master 2-Seat Wagon is such a fun option! Overall, it’s a cool outdoor toy that offers a new style for adventuring. It takes tight turns, works out my arms and the kids love riding in it.
Intended for ages 3+, the fort kit features 3 tarp-like 72” x 54” panels in ripstop polyester, nylon ties and bean bag weights. The brightly colored panels tie together in different layouts to make one large blanket fort over your furniture, campsite or maybe even at the beach. The weights make it so the fort doesn’t sag.
Overall, we love that the panels save our clean blankets from the wrath of our fort-loving two and four-year-olds.
The kids and I are excited to review a pair of playsets compliments of Lakeshore Learning’s at-home educational line for language-boosting pretend play. These sets are part of the brand’s newly launched Gifts for Growing Minds Collection for the 2018 holiday season!
In this post, we’ll be reviewing the Royal Kingdom Adventure Castle and the Precious Ponies Playset. Designed for at-home educational play, we’ve found these sets to be sturdy and thoughtfully accessorized, all with the quality we’ve come to expect from this brand favorite.
And, as you know, we like to be out of the house. So when we’re stuck inside, it’s toys like this that make the day more fun.