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.
In my humble opinion, the WonderFold Wagon is not for everyone. In fact, I think you have to have pretty specific needs for it to be ideal for your family. Here are a few things to consider before you lay down $500-$1,000 on a new stroller wagon.
If you’re shopping for the best-of-the-best, the Balu Organics Ball Pit is about as luxury as it gets. It’s handmade with soft, organic fabric that zips up around a deluxe, memory foam interior. The crush-proof balls are made of BPA-free LPDE plastic. But is it worth it?
Zipadee-Zip provides comfort and warmth without putting blankets in the crib, which is a suffocation hazard until about 12 months of age. Is it worth the price?
The Baby Bjorn bouncer costs an arm and a leg (OK, about $200) and is shockingly simple. Why on earth, then, is it beloved by 65% of babies and raved about as one of the best baby purchases you can make?
I’ve tried 12 of the most popular infant sunglasses and am here to tell you which brand is the best. And there is indeed a clear winner!
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.