December 15, 2009

It's not too late to ship...

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In today's world, it can be beneficial for a child to be bilingual. If you live among a diverse population or not, the world is shrinking and success may depend on how well your child can adapt to different environments. Don't feel pressure to teach your child another language all at once. You can start slow with a simple toy like this bilingual teddy bear by Chicco. This plush teddy will introduce your little one to numbers, letters, and a few first words in English and Spanish. Bright colors and friendly sounds will encourage your child to keep touching and squeezing the bear which will enhance the learning experience.

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December 4, 2009

A great find at 45% off...

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This Busy Zoo is a great deal at its current price. Busy cubes like this always seem to be in doctor's waiting rooms whenever I take my kids in for a visit. They love them, but they are so expensive I never bought one for the house. This Busy Zoo Activity Center has so many ways to entertain a child. It actually has 5 sides of fun including, jungle design pattern doors, a silly critter puzzle and snake along beads. The snake along beads were always a favorite with my kids. The rounded corners will keep your child from getting hurt and the size just right so your little doesn't get overwhelmed by the toy. Best of all, you might actually get a break since there is so much to entertain your baby.

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December 3, 2009

33% off and there's plenty of time for shipping

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These stackable toys really caught my eye. The bright colors were fascinating to to me. If I can't stop looking at them, imagine how curious a little baby would be. This Stackable Toy Bundle includes nesting blocks and a boa and squeeze. These toys will help your child improve his motor skills and imaginary play. What's more, buying in a bundle saves you time and money. Purchasing these two items together saves you about 33% more than if you were to buy them separately. That's good news these days.

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December 2, 2009

60% off select toys

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This piano mat is a great complement to the puzzle mat also made by One Step Ahead. Your little one can use his hands and feet on this puzzle. He might even want to role on it. Just put 2 AA batteries in the mat and wait for the fun to begin. Who knows, you might have musical prodigy right in your own house.

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December 1, 2009

Infantino Activity Blocks

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Toys like these are great for throwing on a blanket during tummy time. You place them across the blanket and encourage your baby to crawl toward them. Your baby will want to reach out to these blocks. They squeak, rattle, and ring. One block even has a teether on it to sooth your baby. They are brightly colored and are made of soft material that your little one will love.

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November 27, 2009

Fisher-Price Stride-To-Ride Lion

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Sometimes a baby needs a little help when they first start walking. This Fisher-Price Stride-To-Ride Lion will be a great way to make your little one a little more comfortable on two feet. The large wheel base and large handles will make you and your baby feel secure as he moves toward this important milestone. Once your child is walking, simply out the lions tail down to make it a ride on toy.

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November 25, 2009

Comfy Easy PC Keyboard

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So you're total gear head and you expect your bundle of joy to follow in your footsteps. Here's the toy for both of you. The Comfy Easy PC Keyboard is designed with pudgy little fingers in mind. The PC encourages toddlers as young as 1 to learn computer literacy. That's a skill that most us didn't need when we were one! But times change and toys change with them. This PC teaches motor and sensory skills as well as cognitive, emotional and social skills. It's easy to install too, just replace your current keyboard and mouse with the Comfy Easy PC. Before you know it, you could have the next Bill Gates living in your house.

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November 17, 2009

Busy Bee Discovery Flower

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Is there a baby on your holiday list that is differently abled? Don't panic. You don't have to go those expensive therapy catalogues to find the perfect gift. Many mainstream toys are designed to stimulate development regardless of a baby's abilities. Check out this Busy Bee Discovery Flower. It is designed to lay flat to encourage sitting upright. The flower petals make a variety of sounds to teach cause and effect and stimulate the sensory development. Motor skills are encouraged by folding the petals into the center of the flower. There are so many exciting features to this toy, you will quickly understand why it has won two parenting awards.

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November 12, 2009

Manhattan Toy Put and Peek Birdhouse

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You can never have too many sorting toys. They are such a valuable part of your baby's development. This Put and Peek Birdhouse is a new take on a classic hide and pour toy. Your child will laugh as he fills the birdhouse with the birds and watches them tumble out. Bright colors will keep your little one interested and the soft fabric is easy on tender hands.

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November 11, 2009

BABY STELLA

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Who can resist a little cuddly doll like BABY STELLA? Unlike the hard plastic dolls that fill most toy store shelves, she is soft, warm and adorable. She has a removable diaper and a magnetic pacifier that attaches to her lips. Accessories include a diaper changing station, a feeding set and stroller. Baby Stella is a great introduction to imaginative play for any little girl who is just becoming a toddler.

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