We received the item featured in this post in exchange for coverage. My daughter Daisy is 3 and absolutely loves plush toys. Ideally, I like Daisy to have plush toys that play some music or have something interesting about them. Rather than just sitting there in her *toy hammock. She already has a toy hammock This Hey Duggee Musical Duggee Soft Toy is perfect as it is super soft like a decent plush should be, it lights up, moves and plays music too.
We were gifted the featured items in exchange for coverage. My little Daisy is quite the artist. She loves colouring, painting, drawing and more. We love to encourage this side of her personality as much as possible, however, I am NOT a lover of the mess. In the last couple of years, I have found a few ways to help curb some of the mess she makes. Firstly we use a tablecloth, a washable one. This protects the dining table, coffee table, or even the floor when Daisy wants to colour. Secondly, we have been using Little Brian Paint Sticks for a good year or so now.
We were gifted the products featured in this post in exchange for honest coverage. As the parent of a child who is almost 3, we are starting to welcome Disney more and more into our home. We have been watching a number of Disney films recently and I’m looking forward to seeing Disney’s Dumbo in a couple of weeks. Daisy has been sent the Fluttering Ears Dumbo to play with and we’ve been having lots of fun with him!
We were gifted the featured item in exchange for coverage. Last month we headed off into London for an event with Little Tikes. While we were there we got to see their range of STEM toys for children. Daisy fell in love with the Little Tikes Wonder Lab and we’ve been fortunate enough to be sent one to review. We’ve been playing with it for a good week now and I want to share with you exactly what we think of it.
We were gifted the feature items in exchange for coverage. As I work from home there are days where I just need to get things done, even if Daisy is here. On days like this, we love to get out our craft box and go nuts. Sometimes I leave Daisy to play by herself, and other days I like to craft with her, to have a break from working. For the last six months, I’ve been investing in new products, particularly ones that are low mess or simple for a toddler playing by herself to use. Paint Sticks have been a part of our craft box for most of the year.