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I think we can all agree that adulthood didn't quite live up to the hype. Kinda makes you regret all that time spent wishing you were older, doesn't it? So why not boost your child's good time with a classic Fisher-Price toy or two? It'll give them something fond to remember for when they get old enough to want to be a kid again.
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Time to stock up on Fisher-Price - it's a classic, which means it never goes out of style. Or does it?
My kids love that Happy Sounds Home. It was their first "dollhouse" when they were 2.
hmm... some of these things are only .99 cents off - not feeling the woot love.
The deals are not the best, but I have to comment that the stacking bowls are awesome. My son loved them when he was 9-24 months, and played with them for at least 4 hours this weekend (he's now 4) when we took them out of storage to give to my niece.
Looks like these are good deals if you are taking advantage of the $5 all you can ship offer. Amazon has these for $1-3 more, but if you have a Prime account it's still cheaper.
The Stack and Roll Cups are amazingly versatile. Each of the ten cups is numbered. And each one can stack or join into a ball with an adjacent numbered cup. So you can put together up to 5 balls with these. Or make a ball and stack the cups on either side. The cups have a hole in the middle which makes it easier for tiny hands to separate the cups. This is such a simple yet awesome toy. My son loved it when he was younger and has found it again now that he is a little older and is finding new ways to play with them.
My son loved the puppy as an infant, and still does. I don't know how much he actually learned from it, but it says "I Love You!", and so he'd give it a big hug and a kiss. The stacking rings are a classic, and they were a hit for about a month. He also had some fabric ones that had bells/rattles/crinkles, and those were his favorite. They were soft enough to throw, and made noise. They also helped with size sequencing...
My daughter loves the Classical Stacker (the one with the star on top). We got it from a cousin, and she has played with that thing constantly since she was 4 months old. She's 2 and still plays with it. It's well built and has held up against anything she's thrown at it
I wanted to get the Rock-a-Stack for our child, but my wife found Amazon reviews claiming Fisher-Price customer service says it is not BPA free. With all the known potential risks of BPA, it is really unacceptable to have it in a toy that is designed for children to teeth on.
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