Baby Elephant Ears: “Supports baby’s neck – and it’s so cute!” Babies are so precious, and so fragile. The first time I held my son in my arms, the first thought that popped into my head is: am I doing this right?? What if I drop him? His neck is so floppy, is this angle comfortable?? He even comes with a soft spot on his head! But for the first few months, the really important thing is neck support. I remember especially panicking about neck support every time he fell asleep, his little head flopping to the...Read More
Author: Lana Medina
Smart Noggin: “A baby rattle that encourages developmental milestones!” Being a parent is full of questions. From the moment that rosy cheeked and screaming little one enters your life (months before then, really), you’re focused on giving them the best. The best future, the best clothes, the best toys, the best of everything to help them learn and grow. I remember with my first, I consulted the internet every single month for his next milestone. When was he supposed to be sitting up? When was he supposed to be crawling? His first words? Tracking me with his...Read More
Sago Mini: “Imaginative – creative – endless entertainment for hours.” When my 4-year-old spotted the Sago Mini foam puzzle mat, I didn’t hear the end of it until I said we could finally open the box. It was a refreshing change. In the age of electronics, anything that prevents them from asking for a tablet or phone is a really good toy. This foam puzzle mat is awesome. Unlike most puzzles, where you have to get the pieces just in the right place, these foam puzzle pieces depicting a town with roads leading throughout – can attach...Read More
Kids love board games, but for the longest time I just assumed it was only for school-age children and that my 4-year-old wouldn’t be able to play any of the beloved games from my childhood. But when I saw how fascinated he was with board games at friend’s houses, I started searching for the best board games for young kids. These are the top games I found that my 4-year-old was able to play with only a little prompting/assistance from parents. These are also the best board games that help teach some great values for young kids – like...Read More
Unbuckle Me: “Unbuckle your kids – Without the pain & hassle” Arthritis runs in my family. I’ve grown up with the knowledge that it’s not if – but when – wrist pain gets so bad that I start feeling 20 years older than my age. It would be 15 years, but kids already add 5. I’ve started to feel that pain already in my 30’s. It happens every time I go to unbuckle a car seat. That thumb squeezing motion hurts like hell and it feels like I need a decent angle to even unbuckle my kids....Read More
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