When it comes to activities our kids enjoy, family game night is at the top of the list. There’s seriously nothing better than tucking away the electronics and sitting around the table as a family with a board game. There’s sure to be a lot of laughs, it’s great bonding time, and there’s always snacks…total win! It also brings out our competitive sides, which often starts with choosing which game
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Clip, connect and create with Gemmies to make adorable crystal creations in 3D. A new addition to the Tech 4 Kids product line, the Gemmies Design Studio is touted as the ultimate DIY craft kit. Not only can you make sparkling 3D creatures, but once you get the hang of it, you can make flowers, jewelry, masks, accessories, and much more; the only limit is your imagination!
Wonder weeks, sleep regression, teething, and more can all put a rut in your little one sleeping well. Our youngest recently turned one and we hit a major speedbump in how she was sleeping. We needed to find something to help her soothe herself and go to sleep at night. CloudB came to our rescue again with Hugginz Musical Plushie – Bunny and Sweet Dreamz on the Go – Grey Owl.
Socks, something lots of us love during the holidays. The feeling of a fresh new pair of socks is one of the most satisfying feelings there is. One of my favorite things to open Christmas morning is soft socks. Being able to slip my feet into never-before-worn-extra-warm socks is always a simple pleasure of mine. One I feel many take for granted come Christmas morning.
In a land full of murderful, cannybully giants, where the delicacy is not the beans we eat but the beans we are, an unlikely friendship blooms between the most unlikely pair. As trust between a young orphan girl and her new 24ft vegetarian pal grows, they hatch a plan to rid the world of the child-eating giants for good. Reality and fantasy meet in this lovely retelling of Roald Dahl’s The BFG
I remember my years of Lip Smackers obsession when I was younger. I religiously collected them and had endless amounts of flavours. They were my first item of “makeup” as a kid and I loved each one – probably much to my mom’s complaints as I had them stashed everywhere. I picked them out specifically for their flavours, designs or sparkly accents. I remember my number one choice was always