Just place in warm water & watch!
Yesterday my dad surprised me with 12 Amazing Capsules Farm Animals (which he got for just $1 at Jewel Osco)! By now you probably know how obsessed I am with animals – so, this present was spot on!
How it works
You drop the capsules in warm water (adult supervision with warm/hot water) and watch as the capsule ‘creatures’ begin to grow and take shape! In just a few minutes my animals already started to appear!
It’s a lot of fun and the perfect surprise for your children!
To purchase click here.
It’s play time!
My grandma and uncle from Germany sent me an awesome present (which I have received over the weekend)! A six sided hexagon twist play tent that allows me to go wild with it! It’s super easy to assemble and it folds up easily too (so you can bring it with you wherever you go!). It has front and back openings, as well as a top opening for enhanced distance-shooting coordination.
Yesterday, I asked mommy and daddy to join my party…Yep, I asked them to come in with me! We threw balls at each other until we got tired of it! It was so much fun!
If you’re interested purchasing the tent it for your toddler(s) click here, for the balls (the tent doesn’t come with the balls) click here.
Watch out! We’re on the move! No more toddling for me, I progressed to more confident walking and running, plus jumping and climbing (on anything and everything!) and I’ve also added some nifty motor skills to my repertoire, like throwing a ball (and lots of other unauthorized objects!).
However, to coordinate these movements you need to be patient with us and give us plenty of encouragement!
One way to build our motor skills is to provide us with lots of time and (safe) places to practice. Luckily, we have a big backyard to run around in but if you don’t have one, don’t fret! Take your tot to your local park! Encourage us to romp, take us for walks or even enroll us in a few sport classes if your toddler needs a little extra encouragement.
- Balls of all sizes
- Ride-on toys
Keep Your Toddler Safe
Supervision is everything! Never leave your child unsupervised!