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.
I don’t really know how to explain the magic, but it’s there. And I’ve found my new favorite Pura fragrance.
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?
Ultimately, I want what’s best for my kids, and especially as a working mom, I felt like I could offer more learning activities for them with the Lovevery play kits. We’ve had so much fun with them, and I’m so glad we invested the money. I’d do it again. Here’s why.
If you’re looking for educational toys that are tailored to your child’s age, Skillmatics is definitely a contender. I’ve tested out a couple of the Skillmatics learning boxes with my 3-year-old, and here is my full review.
I’ve put both pumps to the test and have taken meticulous notes on my thoughts as my breastfeeding journey progresses. Here are all the key things you need to know about Willow Go vs. Willow 3.0.
I love that this Lovevery play kit includes items that support the budding interests of 3-year-olds. Now, can we find suitable alternatives to these items on Amazon?
The Lovevery play kits for 3-year-olds do not disappoint, but can we find good, cost-saving alternatives on Amazon? Check out the first article in the Lovevery Amazon Alternatives series for ages 3-4.
There are lots of toddler tooth brushing tips out there, like getting delicious toothpaste or roleplaying toothbrushing on a doll or stuffed animal. I can get behind all of that, but sometimes, you wish there was just a magic toothbrush. Is the smart “hum” toothbrush from Colgate the magic ticket?