Pure Play Kids was created by Mike and Tania Grant,
parents who set out to create safe, fun and imaginative heirloom toys.
Their wood toys have non-toxic finish and made in the USA.
I know technically these are called "beach toys," but around these parts they're called "sandbox toys." And sandbox season is coming!
Made in the USA by Zoe B, these are the world's first biodegradable beach toys (made from corn!) No BPA, phylates or PVC. Safe for our oceans: If washed out to sea,
these toys will fully break down in 2-3 years (not 500 years, like
Includes 5 pieces: bucket, sifter/lid, shovel, 2 cups.
Meet U.S. and international safety requirements. Winner of the Parents Tested Parents Approved Award.
Recommended for age 18+ months. Made in the USA.
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Tweet Toys handmade slingshot, $25
Brooklyn Owl panda hair clip, $20
Tweet Toys handmade sailboat bath toy, $25
Good Seeds growing kit, $12
All available in-store only.
Home Grown Books was created by Kyla Ryman and Sarah Rogene to teach literacy without
the tedium that accompanies some reading lessons. They collaborate with artists to create delightful books for early readers.
Set 1 contains nine books that have one, two, or three words per page accompanied by vivid watercolors and line drawings by artist Cecile Dyer. The artwork and reading structure will give your child a first reading experience that fills their imagination and feels effortless!
Set 2 includes seven books full of lush cut paper images by artist Nathalie Trovato. It has one to six words per page, building up the structural complexity of the text. Children are drawn into all the ways they can look at the same ideas and concepts and then relate them to their own experience. The language is simple and strong while also making relevant connections to a child’s world.
The name just kills you, right?
Stinky McGee is the nickname designer Christine Ryan gave her 2 year old son, so it was the perfect name for her adorable line of baby and boys ties and bowties.
Check out our son Leo at a wedding last weekend. He actually wore the tie for all of 8 minutes before ripping it off, but man did he look cute!
Fun side note: Christine is also the wardrobe supervisor for Leo's favorite show, Sesame Street!