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As a first time mom who's just about ready to dive into the world of solids, this Toddler Cutlery set caught my attention. Designed for babes aged 6 months to toddlers around 2 years old, the chubby fork, knife and spoon are geared towards the way tiny tykes hold things. Filling the entire hand makes it easier for a...
Before we have children, we have many rules and "I will never's!" Then, you have your first child and you laugh as you break each and every rule. One rule that I hope to stick to is - no characters, please! Liam Brazier is joining the effort with his action-packed art. His work turns superheroes into something you actually...
So very true...and while this is certainly inspiring for parents who are hard at work and struggling to achieve that elusive balance, don't you think this is a lovely message for kids to learn nice and early? Me too.
There's only so much excitement to be had with the standard tracks designed for Matchbox cars. This DIY version puts them to shame. The creators of this mega track have dubbed it "The Mother of All Hot Wheels Tracks," but I like to think of it as the mother of all breaks, as this should definitely buy you a...
I believe in the the success of simple toys. They entertain curious minds while sneaking in useful lessons. These Wood Lacing Games come in several fun animal shapes, as well as a retro rollerskate. They help kids develop hand-eye coordination, fine tune their motor skills and include two shoelaces for lacing through their holes. Made of good old birch...
If you take a closer look around the house, there just might be something you can give new life to. This adorable re-purposed shelf idea is a wonderful example. With minimal effort, an old document organizer becomes a space-saving corner shelf. The IKEA-esque piece comes ready to stain or paint as you see fit. Perfect for displaying special items...
While I won't pretend to know everything there is to know about Star Wars, I know enough to recognize that this is a pretty funny product, particularly for mega fans expecting a baby. This book is a primer on the Wookiee language and includes a sound board with recordings of real Wookiees, so kids (and even big kids too)...
Monkeys sit at the very top of my utterly adorable list...right above giraffes. Needless to say, I love this find from UK-based Cox & Cox. And what child wouldn't want to wake up to a smiley face like his each morning? The Monkey Cushion can serve as a pillow, a decorative piece in a nursery or just something soft...
As the mother of a baby who isn't too keen on drinking from a bottle, I introduced a sippy cup at four months. I have both straw and spout options, but Swig by Boon would allow me to work on both quite easily. If only it would become available already! Not only does it get tots accustomed to drinking...
The title is enough to want one, isn't it? Though there's more to love about Smiling Planet's Everyone Dreams of Peace, Even When They Don't coloring book. You can read it, color it in or doodle on your own. When you feel bad, you can color your way to feeling better. When you feel mean, you can draw yourself...

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