The product Perfect for walks around the neighborhood or park, the Push Around Buggy is a colorful, comfortable ride-on for your little one. Parents control this cute coupe with a sturdy handle that can be removed and conveniently stored underneath the buggy. Beginner drivers “start” this buggy with a pretend click-start ignition key. Store additional supplies or goodies in a special compartment under the front hood. Includes a seat belt for extra security and a steering wheel with honking horn. Measures approximately 43.5″ x 18.5″ x 34.5″. Minimal adult assembly required.
The First Years – Real Phone
The Toddlers love to play with items they see Mom and Dad using every day. So we developed a “real” phone that looks – and sounds – just like their parent’s mobile phone, but is specially designed to help a toddler’s development. This interactive toy encourages parents and toddlers to play together. Two modes of play – learn to count numbers and fun phone conversations – make this a great grow-with-me toy. Phone plays three fun nursery rhyme songs, too.
Lamaze Peekaboo, I Love You
The Lamaze Baby plays peek-a-boo with the whole family. Big flaps are easy for little fingers to cover and uncover. Measures 7.5″”.
Baby Bath Turtles
Product Description: Bring your baby out of his shell at bath time with 4 floating turtles that connect with magnets. Each colorful turtle is its own interactive toy – a mirror for sight, rattle for sound, and balls for rolling and spinning fun. The captivating colors and sounds stimulate little senses and keep your baby busy while you get them squeaky clean.
Flapping Duck Push Toy
Product Description: 1 year & up. As the sturdy wheels go around, the wooden wings of this delightful duck flap up and down to make an enjoyable clacking sound. The strong wooden pole has a colorful, easy to grasp handle that is the perfect size for little hands.
My First Doll House
Portable house features bedroom, bathroom and kitchen. Five 3-D characters.
Some of the best summer memories you ever had where from the days you spent whiling away the hours at camp. While some might use summer camp to get their kids out of the house for a week, most dads recognize that it can teach kids valuable >more