I am the mother of three daughters (current ages 17, 5 and 2 years old), and I also have four nieces (ages 14, 10, 8 and 5). Thus, as you can imagine, we have had and still have a LOT of different dolls around our house. For a long time, the balance of boys to MORE »
And by my Barbie I mean Sadie’s Barbie. Can we talk about Barbie’s name for a minute? So Barbie was named after the creator, Ruth’s, daughter Barbara. Have you ever noticed that no one is named Barbara anymore? Not even to be kitschy. You would never see a woman with an infant in a sling, MORE »
I love few things more than watching my boys get super engrossed in a world of make-believe, when they get so deep into pretending and building worlds that time falls away for them and they just.keep.playing. No asking to play with my computer, no whining that they are bored, no fighting with each other to MORE »
When I was looking through the Target catalog at the top 20 toys this season, I thought of the hot toys back when I was a kid. I tried explaining some of these to my own children, but they had a hard time understanding the concept of some of my old toys. “Weebles? But what MORE »
Christmas shopping for little kids is pretty straightforward, and thus, a whole lot of fun. Dolls? Check! Dinosaurs? Check! Building blocks? Check! Easy peasy. But once kids get up into ‘tween and teen territory, I’ve found that it gets trickier to find gifts that the young ‘uns will love as much as they once enjoyed MORE »
Here’s my daughter playing Kinect Adventures….you’ll burn calories just watching her: So how did we make the coffee table easy to move? Click here to check out how we converted out coffee table! Thanks to Xbox for sponsoring this campaign. Visit xbox.com to learn more. Click here to see more of the MORE »
We seriously have way too many Barbies in our house. Like, WAY too many, but the girl loves them that much. I had sworn off getting or accepting any more, but when I was asked to review the Barbie Photo Fashion Doll – one of Target’s Top Toys of the season – I had to MORE »
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