“ Like many parents we try to keep exposure to screens to a minimum. So when I do allow screen time I want it to be in a way that builds creativity and skills and honors things that the little ones are already interested in, like creating art. This graphics tablet turned out to be an absolute joy for this purpose! The design of the tablet and wireless pen are easy for little hands...” --Melanie Mayo
“ We bought this for our son when he was just over 1 yo. He was able to put the tiny cars on the track, and delighted (still does) in watching the cars move down! I know the age says 3+ and the cars are little, but I wonder how interested a 3 yo would be in this. It is a pretty cool toy, so maybe they stay interested that long. The toy seems very durable and the only downside is that the little...” --Gretchen_PDX
“Even the most attached parents sometimes need a safe place to set the baby, especially with older children around. And, so it happened that with baby #4, we were in need of a new bouncy seat. I looked at all of the options available in hopes of finding an ideal seat for our little girl that wouldn't be entirely offensive to my own sensibilities. When I found the Combi Pod Bouncer on a...” --HeatherB
Caution! Busy Baby at Work! Lots of colors and patterns for lots of fun. Loops, knots and rattle encourage motor skill development through grabbing, clutching, poking and rolling! Age: birth +
This large 36" x 48" heavyweight vinyl drop cloth protects floors and work surfaces from spills and spatters. Can easily be wiped clean and comes in its own reusable bag for storage or travel.
Peel to reveal the fun in the flower! See what the buzz is all about. Bright patterned velour and jersey knit, loops, knots, finger holes and a rattling bee! Pull, poke, squeak, rattle, reflect and sing the ABC's. Each petal has a different surprise! Age: 6 months + Award: ASTRAs Best Toys For Kids