Christmas may take the number-one slot, thanks to the guarantee of gifts, but we know kids look forward to every single holiday, big and small. That’s because each one is loaded with candy and sugary treats. There will be plenty of that stuff to go around, so you don’t need to include it in their Easter baskets.
No matter how much they were pleaded for, most toys are junk and lose their appeal to tots approximately 10 minutes after they’ve been opened. I just went through my garage, and half of the space was filled with unwanted toys. Much like Mom Snobs and their bags, kids need just a few versatile, quality pieces to keep them happy. It also doesn’t hurt that this will save said Mom Snobs money and garage space!
When it comes to what tots want, who (short of the tots themselves) would know better than moms? That’s the idea behind Estella, a shop in NYC that stocks only mom-designed brands, ranging from unknown designers to household names. There’s even an organic collection! Which pieces will be you picking up for your kids this holiday season?
With the holidays coming up, I’m on the lookout for unique tot gifts. While it’s nice to get your kids what they ask for, it’s even more fun to see their faces when you’ve gotten them a gift they didn’t even know they wanted and Lotty Dotty is certainly not something you see everyday.
I’ve long been a fan of Trunki’s ride on toy/suitcase hybrid, but I think it might have finally met its match. The main difference? Diggin‘s retro-inspired scooter has a handle that turns, making the drive even more fun for your tots. To be sure, riding this will be very slow going and will require A … Continue reading “Diggin Scootcase: Toy to the World”
BabbaCo creator Jessica Kim knows that we’re always trying to come up with new, more creative ways of entertaining our tots, so she developed the BabbaBox. This set of fun activities for ages 3-7 is mailed to your home each month (May’s theme is “Deep Sea”) and includes everything from arts and crafts to games … Continue reading “BabbaCo BabbaBox: You’ve Got Mail”