I don’t like Yumi’s toddler and kids vitamins. I said it. Here’s why and what I recommend instead.
I recognized some classic Montessori toys in this one immediately, particularly the spinning drum and wobbler toy. Here’s our experience with the Level 2 toy box, from the unboxing to playing with the toys and deciding if it’s worth it.
The Problem Solver Play Kit for months 43, 44, and 45 has a lot of unique toys and activities in it. One of our favorite activities of all time is the Liquid Color Lab, which helps teach primary and secondary colors and is an absolute blast for toddlers. Here are the Amazon alternatives I discovered for the items in this play kit.
I’m comparing texture, packaging, price, ingredients, & more in this ultimate throwdown of Hiya vs First Day vitamins. A winner will emerge!
They’re good, but not perfect. Here’s what to know before you buy the stage-based, Montessori-aligned Lovevery book bundles.
This is the last Lovevery Amazon Alternatives article in the series. I found some gems – happy shopping and playing!
Studies show that 85% of the brain is formed by age 3, so companies like Monti Kids are hyperfocused on supporting your baby’s specific stage of development from birth through the toddler years. I’m excited to share our experience with Monti Kids Level 1 as well as some comparisons between Monti Kids and Lovevery.
It was almost physically painful to narrow things down like this because so many of these toys hold special memories for us. But I did my best based on toys that my kids enjoyed over and over again. Here goes!
Hiya vitamins look and taste like SweeTarts and have 0g of sugar per serving. Do they live up to the hype?
After months and months of play, I’ve narrowed things down to the 10 best (OK, I’ll be honest, these are the easiest) DIY cardboard games and activities. These cardboard activities are perfect for 2, 3, and 4-year-olds.