November 6, 2009

Tilly Tunes Inchworm

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It is so amazing when you see your child learn something for the first time. Tilly Tunes Inchworm will give you the chance to do just that. Tilly's six musical feet will teach your baby cause and effect, a major developmental milestone. As your child pinches Tilly's feet, soft classical music begins to play. It's a great way for you to bond with your child and teach valuable lessons too.

See: Cause and effect toys.

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November 5, 2009

Block Party Geometry

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The winter months can be brutal outside, but they can also be brutal on the inside if you have a baby that likes to crawl around and explore. A friend once swore to me her twins would cry from boredom on long winter days. I believe it. Even babies need exercise. For ages 6 months and up, these oversized building blocks are perfect for climbing and building. They are so sturdy you will have them for years. That's longer than any play gym membership will last.

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November 3, 2009

Baby Einstein Bendy Ball

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Baby Einstein has quickly become one of the most recognizable toy makers. It's easy to see why. This Bendy Ball is perfect for a little baby learning to hold and grip. Bright colors and fun sounds keep your little one entertained. And who can resist the friendly Baby Einstein caterpillar that is hanging out on the side of the toy?

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November 1, 2009

Radio Flyer 2700S Pathfinder Wagon, Red

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It's never to soon to get your baby his first wagon. My husband and I thought so much about the features of the wagon we bought for our first child. We love it, but I wish I would have chosen one with built in seats, like the Radio Flyer Pathfinder Wagon. When little ones learn to stand up, it seems they never want to sit down. That can be dangerous when you're pulling them in the wagon. This wagon also features no tip steering and cup holders. If your at the beach or in the park, you will definitely appreciate that.

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October 30, 2009

Little Playzone with Sounds and Lights

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Not all babies are content to sit in the pack and play with a few toys after they get mobile. That's why the Little Playzone can be a lifesaver for a busy parent. Bright colors and sounds keep your baby entertained and safe in an enclosed area. The play area is 13 square feet and and can be used indoors or outdoors. Also, unlike boring circular gates, the Little Playzone is a welcoming place for your child. Now there's no excuse not to get those chores done.

See Play Gyms.

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October 15, 2009

Eezy Peezy Slide

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Cold weather is coming and the days are getting shorter. The days of playing outside are coming to an end. Unfortunately, cabin fever can set in pretty quickly, even for babies. This Eezy Peezy Slide is a great way to keep your little ones entertained while the rain drops hit the window. It beats watching DVDs over and over, and you will be encouraging motor development as well.

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October 1, 2009

Poppin' Push Car

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Have you ever noticed that your baby's favorite toys also make obnoxious noises? Well brace yourself for the pop pop pop of the Poppin' Push Car. All your little one has to do is pull back and watch it go. Look at the bright side, at least it will be hard to lose this toy.

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September 28, 2009

Hasbro Playskool Busy Ball Popper

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What parent doesn't love to see their baby laugh? Get your baby going with the Hasbro Playskool Busy Ball Popper. After three kids, I didn't think I could stand another toy in the house, but we got this one as a gift and it was a sure fire hit. Ash loves the soft music and thinks it's hilarious when the balls come floating out of the tubes. When the soft music starts playing, he already giggles in anticipation of the balls coming out. It's so cute. This was definitely a great gift for a third baby.

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September 18, 2009

Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Baby's First Blocks

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It is so important for a baby to have a few sorting toys in their collection. In addition to learning shapes and colors, valuable motor skills are gained as your baby finds the right way to drop in the shape. Brilliant Basics has 10 blocks for your baby to play with. When he's done, he can take the top off, dump out the shapes and start all over.

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September 10, 2009

Fisher Price Laugh & Learn Learning Farm

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This is the latest version of the Fisher Price Learning House. It has all the learning tools you would expect from a Fisher Price toy. There are amazing sights and sounds to keep your baby's attention and sorting shapes to help improve motor coordination. I think babies will love the "feed the cow" feature most of all. Just open the barn door and let the fun begin.

See Fisher Price Laugh & Learn Learning Farm.

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