Category Archives: Toys

Nothing Creepier

So at 4:30am I roll over to the sound of something strange, I can also hear my child talking in his room over the monitor. I’m not exactly wide awake so I stumble into his room where he’s saying “garbage … Continue reading

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The Story Of A Stuffed Duck

So the other day my son’s favourite stuffy (his plush duck that quacks) ended up dying, he was mortified and I was heart broken and hated listening to “mommy make ducky work” “ducky no work” “quack ducky quack!” His best … Continue reading

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Too Many Toys?

As a mom I never wanted to think that there was such thing as “too many toys.” From being a child whom had too many toys I never thought there was a problem with it, I was spoiled but I … Continue reading

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Stupid Train Set

My child had taken a liking to a Thomas The Tank Engine train set at the Chapters in the mall, every time my husband and I visited Chapters and went into the Indigo Kids section he ran straight to the … Continue reading

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Have You Seen This Toy?

So my grandmother got my son onto this annoying path of amusement when it comes to the microwave, at her house she lets him press the buttons (shows him which ones to press) to turn it on so it does … Continue reading

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Don’t Fear 2nd Hand

When I was first pregnant I swore that I would buy everything new for my child, now that he’s hitting the age of a toddler and needing/wanting bigger things I simply shake my head at the concept of buying some … Continue reading

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It’s No Longer YOUR House, Its Your Child’s House.

You ever find that with having kids suddenly there are toys in EVERY room in your house? That your child can access every room so everything has to be childproofed, safe, happy, and that somehow your house is no longer … Continue reading

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