When You Take a Toddler to Target

Whenever I’ve taken a toddler shopping with me, the toy aisle is always one of the first spots we hit. I find something with buttons, something that sings or lights up and let my little lady play with it as I get my other shopping done. At the end of our visit we travel back down the toy aisle, my kid says goodbye to whatever toy she was playing with and I say a silent “Bless you little toy for making my weekly shopping trip so much easier.” Rarely, if ever, do the toys come home with us. They’re only meant to be loved for however long it takes me to pick out the right kind of lettuce and find a good sale on cereal.

But sometimes plans change. Sometimes a toy is meant for more than just one shopping trip and today? We found that toy.

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Yes, we said goodbye to the puppy as we dropped him off with all his other puppy friends, but you’d better believe I’ll be back sans children to purchase that little puppy for Santa to drop off to a certain puppy hugging little girl on Christmas Eve.

You can find the Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Love to Play Puppy for $19.99 on Target.com and in Target stores. You can also find me singing “Head Shoulders Knees and Toes” on aisle 4.

A special thanks to Target for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.

Do you know a deserving family, school, or charity this holiday season? We’re giving away one grand set of 20 toys from Target, including those mentioned in this post! To nominate, simply comment and tell us why you’ve selected them! 

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Find more of Casey’s writing on her blog moosh in indy or her Babble Voices site Shutterlovely. She’s also available on twitter, facebook, flickr and Instagram. If you can’t find her any of those places? Check the couch, she’s probably taking a nap.

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