September 19, 2012

Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes

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It's easy to see why this Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes is a best seller. It's one of those versatile toys that you can throw in the diaper bag for road trips or give it to the baby during a diaper change. Your baby can play with it in a restaurant for use it as a teether. The large easy press buttons play 7 high quality classical melodies. The bright colors and dancing lights will keep your little one engaged and wanting more. This is one electronic toys that you won't mind your baby playing with for a while.

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September 14, 2012

Kids Preferred Disney Plush

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No childhood is complete without a Winnie the Pooh doll. Who wouldn't love the simple loving care this Disney character has to offer? This Winnie The Pooh Plush stands 9 inches tall and features a jingle in his tummy and a crinkle in his ears, but the most important feature has to be that he is extremely huggable!

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August 28, 2012

Melissa & Doug Sunny Patch Happy Giddy Croquet Set

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I'm a big believer in stocking up and keeping an eye out for a good deal. This Sunny Patch Croquet Set definitely falls in the good deal category. It's almost 30% off it's regular price and makes a great holiday gift or even an Easter gift for next Spring. If the little girl in your life is too young for this game, hang on to it. When the time is right, she will love it. Croquet is a great way to encourage outdoor play and family bonding. This set includes 6 wickets, 4 mallets, 4 buggy balls and 1 goal stake. The bright colors and adorable sunny patch theme will bring a smile to anyone's face. It might be tough to wait until next Spring to play this game!

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August 17, 2012

Little Tikes 2 in 1 Snug 'n Secure Swing Blue

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Fall is one of the best times to play outside. The heat of the sun isn't as strong and a cool breeze is in the air. If you would like to spend more time in your backyard instead of the park, attach this Snug 'n Secure Swing to an existing play set and push away! The stay put shoulder straps hold baby securely in place while you spend time in the fresh air. That's way better than spending the day watching DVDs.

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August 16, 2012

LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer, Green

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Do you worry that your toddler will drop your expensive iPad or tablet while playing simple games? Make your life a little easier and give your toddler an option that is more age appropriate and certainly less expensive. The LeapFrog LeapPad2 has a library of more than 325 applications and has a camera function as well. Your little one will learn reading, art, music, language and culture, science, geography, mathematics, health and more. All you need to do is add 4 AA batteries and you will open up a whole new world for your child. Now that's money well spent.

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August 14, 2012

LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game: Mr. Pencil Saves Doodleburg (works with LeapPad & Leapster Explorer)

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Who says video games are bad for you? They can be educational and entertaining at the same time. This Mr. Pencil game is compatible with the Leapster Explorer and LeapPad Explorer systems (sold separately). Your toddler can create his own art using cool tools, colors, filters, stamps and effects. Mr. Pencil teaches letter writing, number writing, shapes and art and drawing. It's age appropriate for children ages 4 to 7 years. It's never too soon to be tech savvy in the 21st century.

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August 13, 2012

Sesame Street Cookie Monster Find & Learn Number Block

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Cookie Monster is a friendly character that has been beloved for generations. His googly eyed image is in millions of play rooms across America. Now your toddler can even learn numbers and counting with Cookie Monster. This Cookie Monster can identify the number in his lap, sing a number song, and even has a question mode. The blocks are interchangeable between the characters so the learning can continue as your child discovers new Sesame Street friends to love.

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August 10, 2012

Fisher Price Disney's Winnie the Pooh Honey Pot Stackers

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Once you have children, you have toys. Lots of them. Fortunately, they don't have to be expensive. This Winnie the Pooh Honey Pot Stacker toy is under $10 and has many features to keep your baby happy. Grasping and stacking each component will improve fine motor skills and eye hand coordination. This toy lets baby make things happen, encouraging understanding of cause and effect. Surely the most popular feature will be the the pop up action each time a honey pot is placed on Pooh. Babies always love that.

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August 1, 2012

Plan Toy Miracle Pounding

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As a parent of a young child you might want to fill your child's play area with quiet toys, ones that won't drive you crazy with constant ringing, cranking and popping. Well...good luck with that. Most toys do make some kind of noise to keep a child engaged. This miracle pounding toy actually encourages pounding and noise making. The good news is it also teaches cause and effect and improves motor development. The multicolored balls are also a teaching tool. So just when you think you want to run away from frustration due to all the toy noise, you can take comfort knowing that all the ruckus is really teaching your child something.

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July 27, 2012

Kids Preferred Disney Plush

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Not too many children reach adolescence without ever owning a Disney toy. I know my house is full of them. If you have a Disney fan or a Mickey fan in your house, give them something to hold on to. This Mickey Mouse Plush is cuter and softer than ever and even features a jingle in his tummy. You might also appreciate the opportunity for imaginary play and motor development, but let's face it, he's just plain fun to cuddle!

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