May 29, 2009

Baby Einstein Animal Exploration Tunnel


Crawling through a tunnel is actually a great developmental milestone. This Baby Einstein Tunnel will help your baby grow in so many ways. Sights and Sounds will draw your baby through the tunnel and into your arms. The tunnel is made of sheer fabric so you can guide your baby from one end to the other. The panel on the bottom is padded so it provides extra cushion for baby's safety. It's hard to say who will have more fun with this toy, you or your little one.

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May 25, 2009

Fisher-Price Rainforest Melodies & Lights Deluxe Gym


Bright lights, big dreams. That's what you can count on with the Fisher-Price Melodies and Lights Deluxe Gym. There is so much for baby to do with this activity center, you might start to get lonely! You can control the music, which can play up to 20 minutes. The dancing lights will provide endless entertainment and the quilted blanket that keeps it all together, will keep your little one so comfy while they enjoy the sights and sounds.

See: Infant Play Gym

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May 8, 2009

Musical Toy Box


My husband once shouted that we needed a bigger house because he kept tripping over toys. I replied that no house will ever be big enough to avoid tripping over toys. That was when we only had one child. Three kids later we are outnumbered and buried in toys. I guess that's why I am always looking for unique storage ideas. This Musical Toy Box keeps all the toys in one place and has amazing features that will keep your little one entertained as well. Your aspiring musician will love the 8 note xylophone and the spinning drums. You'll love the family room again when you see all the toys where they belong.

See: toy boxes

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May 4, 2009

Sunny Stroll by Tiny Love


I'll admit it. When I'm driving in the car and my baby is screaming, I've been guilty of the precarious reach-back offering any toy and treat that would end the agony for both of us. Car toys are an absolute must for any age group. The Sunny Stroll has all the fun features your baby already loves in other toys. Bright colors, fun shapes and sounds keep your baby happy. You can adjust the arch as your baby grows to ensure months and months of play. Happy baby equals happy driver.

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April 29, 2009

Dwell Studio Soft Blocks - set of 6


Who said, "It's not easy being green?" Your baby can have fun with great toys that are made with materials that are safe for your baby and the environment. These soft blocks make sound and include a variety of textures designed to encourage your baby's growth and help them meet their developmental milestones. During play, you can point out the letters and numbers to create a foundation for learning as your baby moves through these stages. These blocks are also completely machine washable which is great for a busy parent. Who wouldn't want to "go green" with toys like this to play with?

See also: Eco friendly toys, green toys

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April 17, 2009



It's never to early to start reading to your baby. Reading Woof Woof is a great way introduce your baby to words and images. The black and white colors combined with the sound of your voice will naturally draw your baby's attention. The foam pages are a little more forgiving of little teeth that might be chewing on the book too. As your baby grows, you can use the images to teach him about the animals inside. Woof Woof is a book that you and your baby can enjoy for years to come.

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April 8, 2009

Les Deglingos Discovery Nonos the Dog

discovery-nonos-dog-lg.jpgI love this toy. There are so many ways to use it to keep your baby occupied and happy. Nonos the dog's legs are filled with crinkly paper to keep your little ones interest. There is also a pull tab feature that causes part of the toy to vibrate. The teething section completes the sensory experience. It's like getting three toys in one. These toys were always useful when we were traveling with the kids or just changing diapers. If you have a baby, it always helps to have a toy like this within arm's reach, because you never know when you just might need it.

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Baby Buzz'r


In recognition of Autism Awareness month, I thought I would post about the Baby Buzz'r. These sensory toys are popping up all over the place for babies of all levels of ability. This infant toy vibrates, has blinking lights, plays classical music and has textured teething surfaces and a smiley face. Any infant will love the interaction provided by this toy. It's parent-inspired too. It was invented by a physician to calm his own fussy baby. Any parent can relate to that!

See also: Sensory toys

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March 31, 2009

Small Gift Basket by Oompa

Don't want to give out candy this Easter? Well this Small Gift Basket for Baby seems like a great alternative, as its filled with fun toys, perfect for your little one. This particular basket comes with a 6 inch Jellycat Pudding Frog, Keptin Jr Rattle Ring Zmooz, and a Haba Tra La La Clip Red.

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March 23, 2009

KidKraft Beau the Elephant

Who doesn't love rocking toys? Beau the Elephant by KidKraft is adorable and cuddly, so your child will love it! It comes with a baby elephant that fits into the back pouch and plays music when squeezed. It's made not to tip over, and it has a quick assembly.

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