You’ve probably heard of the term ‘milestones’ – measurements to help monitor your child’s development. While these measurements are designed to give an estimate rather than an expectation, it’s a good idea for parents to know the various milestones and how you can encourage your child to reach each one. And this is exactly what Fisher-Price Play IQ is designed to do.
We only feature toys that you won’t find at the local shopping center. Domestic and imported, always clever and fun, we focus on toys that are well designed and appealing to parents as well as kids.
Let the kids continue all the fun of their Easter camping adventure now that you’re back home with this toy campfire set, complete with charcoaled marshmallows, handmade from felt. $100 from Hopewell Creek.
If you’ve been long looking for a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, this post may well be it. We’ve done the digging for you, just click on through to reveal a round up of our most favourite rainbow themed and inspired Babyology posts! Read More »
Put some imaginary fun into their play with these soft knitted animal tails, made from pure lambswool. $56 each from Colette Bream.
Be still my beating stationery loving heart. No it’s your regular stationery, you got us on that one – but there’s no denying there is a whole lot of creative fun (no batteries or charger required) for young and old with this collection of chalk and accessories from Japanese brand Kitpas. Read More »