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Our Favorite February Finds

From a snack delivery service and the perfect popcorn maker, to red lipstick and kinetic sand, we discovered several cool things in February that you might like too!
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Friday Find: Custom Lift-the-Flap Board Book Tutorial

Posted On 28 Oct 2011
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This guide to making a custom lift-the-flap board book is brilliant. Using an old board book and some photos, the author made custom books for three toddlers. Behind each flap is a picture of someone the toddlers know or the toddlers themselves. Neat!

Friday Find: Buddha Water Art

The Laptop Buddah Board is one of the best toddler entertainment investments I've made in a while. The concept is simple: you paint on the board's surface with water and watch your thoughts come alive in bold black strokes. As the water evaporates your art disappears and you have...
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Friday Find: Construction Vehicle Time Lapse

Posted On 07 Oct 2011
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If you have a toddler who loves construction vehicles, then this time lapse of an overnight bridge demolition is going to fascinate them. With several diggers, dump trucks and a crane taking apart a bridge while classical music plays in the background, it's neat to see these...

Friday Find: Magnet Strip Car Storage

I love this idea for storing Matchbox cars and Hot Wheels. A magnet strip affixed to the bedroom wall, where cars can be conveniently stored and also add a bit of decor. Genius!

Friday Find: Velcro Blocks

These velcro blocks from Chasing Cheerios are probably the coolest twist on traditional blocks I've seen in a while. Strips of velcro glued to inexpensive wooden blocks = a whole new world of building possibilities! I think the munchkin would get a kick out of defying gravity...
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Friday Find: Memory Jar

Posted On 15 Jul 2011
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Every day our children do so many things that amaze and delight us - but at the end of the year, how many of those moments do we remember? This memory jar idea from Inchmark is an easy way to capture all those little things, then remember them together on the New Year.