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Another new idea from the inventors of I Spy – 3D

I can waste a lot of time with my daughter looking for hidden toys and random objects in the I Spy series of books. Though a lot of other books have tried, and perhaps “Where is Waldo” is the best other example, I Spy continues to intrigue with it’s different scenarios. We love their computer games. However, the concentration-style ...read more

How to Buy Safe Toys for your Baby

Even at a young age, playing fosters your child's physical and mental development. It is essential however that you provide babies with toys meant for their specific age group. Also, always remember to check that they meet the required safety standards. These are some ideal toys for your three to six month old child: Soft cuddly toys: Soft ...read more

What dads need to know about Club Penguin.com

If you have a son or daughter around six or seven, you may have already heard about Club Penguin. Club Penguin is a virtual world (think Second Life) for little kids.  Kids choose and name a penguin character to act as their avatar as they move around the Club Penguin site and play games to earn coins. These coins can be exchanged for clothing ...read more

9 Tips for Teaching Good Sportsmanship for Dads

Most dads bristle when they see dads behaving badly on the sports field, going overboard to produce a win at any cost. Most of us just want the kids to have fun, get some exercise, and learn valuable life lessons from the sport. Here are 10 tips for teaching good sportsmanship to kids:Try to avoid investing your ego into any game the kids are actua ...read more

3 Ideas for Dads Struggling with Video Games

We can't help but wonder what the long-term effects of video game playing will be and we limit the games in our house. And until now, we've said "later" to hand-held games and TV games such as PlayStation and Nintendo. However, more and more evidence actually points to a correlation between increasing IQ scores and te ...read more

Buy toys for your toddler

Toys are constant companions for your toddlers especially when no one else is around for company. Therefore, take a bit of time when choosing the right type of toys for your toddler—toys that you will not regret providing for your toddler. Here are some tips that should help you choose the right toys: Select toys that are soft and do not ha ...read more

Product Recall News: Recalled Toys

P { margin: 0px; } November 2, 2006:   Various Firms Recall Flashing Pacifiers for Choking, Aspiration and Strangulation Hazards WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firms named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using reca ...read more

Dad’s tips for managing toys

P { margin: 0px; } We're all overwhelmed with toys for our kids.  Kids get toys at birthdays, holidays, from grandparents, as party favors, and they threaten to overflow all toy baskets brought in to keep them under control.  Here are a few tips for helping kids get the most out of the toys they do have.  Keeping the number under ...read more

Slumber Bear

P { margin: 0px; } The adorable Slumber Bear plays in-utero recordings to calm and comfort newborn babies. Invented by a doctor, the calming sounds are activated by the movements of the baby and comfort the baby back to sleep. 

For dads who have too much money and energy – the Daddle

Don't get me wrong. I will get down on the ground and play horsey from time to time, but spend fifty bucks on a "dad saddle?" However, if you want to trade your healthy knees for a happy cowboy, check out the Daddle.

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