PJ Masks Superheroes For Preschoolers on Disney Channel

“PJ Masks we are on our way, into the night to save the day!” Owlette, Gekko and Catboy, also known as the PJ Masks are superheroes for preschoolers that appear in their own animated television show on the Disney Channel and on Disney Junior. I love hearing about new shows on the Disney Channel, or […]

Genevieve Going’s CD “Do You Know ” Launch

Disclosure: I was sent a complimentary single of “My Telephone Number is” by Genevieve Goings to review as a influencer with Entertainment New Media Network.  My thoughts and opinions are always my own. For those of of you are Disney Junior regulars like our family, when ever you hear the Choo Choo Soul with Genevieve anthem, […]

The Happy’s Review and Giveaway

Back in February at Toy Fair, I got a sneak peek at the Happy’s from Cepia. I was given a new Happy as a sample to take home and Gavin and I got a chance to play fetch with Bentley! You may remember Zhu Zhu Pets, also from Cepia? Those spunky little hamsters that were […]

Frustration Free Way for Kids to Sign Every Card!

This past week at school I made “friendship cards” with my students so they could practice the art form of writing their names legibly and in those teeny tiny spaces before we handed them out to friends and teachers. As an OT I really value children being able to write their name by themselves, legibly. […]

Disney Junior Games for Preschoolers

We received some Disney Juior games for preschoolers from Wonder Forge free to facilitate this review. Any opinions are my own. We are on a first named basis with Doc McStuffins, Jake and the Neverland Pirates, and Sofia the First in our house. We speak of these characters as if they are members of our […]

Sheriff Callie’s Wild West on Disney Junior

  Hey all you Sheriff Callie fans! Finally got some new scoop on the new Sheriff Callie’s Wild West toys! You can read all about them in an article I posted on About.com Toys here. Here are some links to Amazon to check out the new toys! Sheriff Callie Feature Plush,Disney Junior Sheriff Callie’s Wild […]

Hess Truck 2013

Having a 4-year-old son, toy trucks are a huge part of our lives. Cars, trucks, planes and transportation vehicles dominate our toy collection, by far. Having been focused on new items within the toy industry now for almost 5 years, it’s easy to get won over by all of the new items I see yearly […]

MegaBloks Fire Truck Finn (Giveaway)

Disclosure: I was provided the MegaBloks Fire Truck Finn toy free, to facilitate this review. Any opinions are my own. Ever since Gavin was 8 months old and crawling, he’s been pushing, crashing, loading and unloading Mega Bloks dump trucks, school buses and fire trucks all over our living room. His absolute favorite truck of […]

Tips for Navigating the Boston Museum of Science

Disclosure: I received complimentary tickets to the Boston Museum of Science to facilitate this post. Any opinions are my own. The last time I toured the halls of the Boston Museum of Science was 10 years ago, when Derek and I were dating and decided to be spontaneous tourists. This summer I had the opportunity […]

Little Pim Language Learning App Review

Disclosure: I received a free download code for the Little Pim language learning app, Spanish Colors. Any opinions are my own. For years I’ve worked with many children from bilingual families. I took 6 years of languages throughout the course of my high school and college years (Spanish and German) and though I could still probably […]

Chasin Cheeky Ring Toss Game (Giveaway)

Disclosure: I was provided with a free sample of the Chasin’ Cheeky ring toss game from Hasbro to facilitate this review. Any opinions are my own. Chasin’ Cheeky is a ring toss game from Hasbro that’s recommended for preschoolers or children ages 3 and up. Cheeky, the purple monkey with a long tail, zooms all […]

Has Your Child Stopped Napping At Daycare?

My son is almost 4 and attends daycare full-time during the school year. Every day after lunch they have rest time for a few hours. However, we recently ran into some trouble because Gavin had stopped napping during rest time. Let’s just say Gavin doesn’t have the “lie there and look at the ceiling” type […]

Play Sånd from Brookstone

Disclosure: I was provided with a sample of play Sånd from Brookstone to facilitate this review, any opinions are my own. Part of  childhood these days is engaging in sensory activities or experiences using sand, water, rice, play-doh, paint, and shaving cream. Most preschool and Kindergarten classrooms have sensory bins or tables that on any […]

Speakaboos is a Fun Way to Promote Literacy For Preschoolers

Disclosure: In order to facilitate this post, I was provided with a free year of web and app access to Speakaboos, a fun way to promote literacy for preschoolers and any child who is learning to read. When I was a child, I had Sesame Street, and books from the library.   I also clearly remember learning […]

Customizable Labels from Kiddo Tags

Just a few weeks ago when Spring began to arrive, I started cleaning out some of the cabinets at home.  Gavin’s been attending daycare for 3 years, and in an effort to save some money and be a little greener, I invested in reusable snack containers with lids. While trying to organize the chaos that […]

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