Boy or girl, play kitchens are tops with the toddler/preschooler set.
We bought ours when our older daughter was two, and five years later it still sees regular play, especially during playdates. Kids love to imitate what they see their parents doing, which is why play food has come so far: deli sandwiches, sushi, and felt pancakes.
Play kitchens can be a relatively expensive toy, though, especially if don’t want to buy a plastic one. That’s why I love, love, love the “Giggleberry” family’s version. On Little Milla’s second birthday, her grandparents presented her with a gorgeous, deluxe, custom-made play kitchen from a repurposed entertainment center.
Check out photos that show the process from beginning to end below:
Photos courtesy of Giggleberry Creations
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