As a guest of Time to Play, I will be able to attend the showcase and get to see the latest in toys and innovations for children. This is really exciting for me because I not only have a child, but I am a kid at heart as well.
On Sunday, The Chicklet and I got the pleasure of attending Build a Bear Workshop’s Grand Reopening CeleBEARation at West County Center here in St. Louis.
If you are a parent of a school aged child, then most likely you celebrated another milestone as your child started school this month. My daughter has been in school for the last few weeks, and has been enjoying the 3rd grade thus far.
On Day 1 of ‘7 Days of Giveaways’, I bring you a Build a Bear Workshop gift card giveaway. Win a $20 gift card from BABW to make a furry friend of your very own.
Yes, we are several months away from Christmas, but I have already made my list of 5 predictions for what toys will be hot this holiday season. Check out the picks and let me know your thoughts.
Build-A-Bear has a complete line of friends that are Springtime and Easter friendly. And they want to invite you into their store to make one of your very own. They have given me the opportunity to give a lucky reader a $15 gift card to Build-A-Bear Workshop.
My friends at Build-A-Bear Workshop are celebrating 15 years of making friends! During the last 15 years, they have shared over 100 million furry friends with us—how time flies!
Here are my 8 fun and educational toy picks for your little girl that will provide hours and hours of learning, not just for your child, but for you as well!
Created by artist Xavier Roberts (who later licensed the doll to Coleco), the Cabbage Patch Kid doll was first sold in Cleveland, Georgia at Babyland General, a faux but realistic looking hospital in which the dolls were actually born, and showed being delivered by a “doctor” from out of a cabbage.
Later this week, my 7 year old daughter and I will be hosting a few friends over for a Leapfrog Party. We will be introducing several Leapfrog toys to our guests including the LeadPad, which is a tablet for kids, and Leapfrog Pen Reader which helps new readers read along with their favorite stories.
This past August, I took my daughter to the amazing American Girl Place on Chicago’s Magnificent Mall in the Water Tower. We were given a full tour by Koko, the store manager, and my daughter picked out her very first American Girl doll who she promptly named Lola.
Those of you who’ve followed me or my blog know that I absolutely abhor “Wordless Wednesday” and most other cliche type of blog posts that everyone and their mother seem to do week after week after week. With that being…