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http://www.babystyle.com/common/dPro...=babybest-toys

I am considering other things- but thought this was really cute and kind of sums up a few different toys I could buy in just one toy

I guess I am just lookng to buy as few toys as possible with the maximum amount of fun:LOL Because, after all I will straighten them up at night.

I also was wanting a toy for dd-2 , to ride on when we take walks to the store. Anyone know a good place to get one of those bikes for toddlers you can push?TIA!
 

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It looks kinda like some of the activities they have on the walls at our mall playspace. Kieran's loved messing with those =)
 

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CUTE!! I think Z might need somethin like that....
 

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Originally Posted by Ceili
That's similar to a toy I was thinking of getting ds for his first birthday:

http://www.onestepahead.com/product/...94755/117.html

My concern with the easel is whether it's stable or not. From the picture it's hard to tell if a little one could pull it over when trying to stand up.

Yeah, my concern is if it is flimsy-like, if my kids could easily break it!
. hmm,
I also really like this:and may get this aas well for my kids and nephew:

http://playcottage.com/proddetail.php?prod=CR
 

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sigh, my ds (16mo) never ever plays with any toys like that. his grandparents have gotten him a fwe, but he prefers boxes, dirt, water, sand, pots and pans, etc etc. i would say save yourself the money and get your dc an ampty refrigerator box lol!
 
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