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Toddle Along Tuesday: Favorite Toys

I know that I talk about the toys we use in tot school all the time, but I swear Henry plays with tons of non-educational toys! This week's Toddle Along Tuesday's topic is favorite toys, just in time to start making Christmas lists!

Here are Hen's top 5 favorite toys right now:

Cozy Coupe: Henry calls his car buddy-buddy and could play with this all day. Its going to be a long winter without it.

Stacking Cups: Hen could stack, knock over, and restack these cups all day.


Playskool Busy Poppin' Pals: Hen loves this toy so much we have three! One for inside, one for outside, and one at Grandma's!



Play Kitchen: We have the Step2 LifeStyle Custom Kitchen. Henry loves this thing, it's big enough to hold a lot of play food, but not so big to take over our house.





Fischer-Price Laugh and Learn Play table: Hen's starting to outgrow this, but he loves all the activities and music.



What are your kids' favorite toys? Should they be on Henry's Christmas list?


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Unknown said…
He is too cute! And what a little climber! My daughter loves her play kitchen too, that's one toy she has played with for almost 2 years now. :)
Anonymous said…
We're bringing the car into the basement so that Eli can use it over the winter. His new thing is to get into it and yell Byeeee! We're going to get him an art easel and kitchen from Ikea for Christmas. His favorite things right now? Matchbox cars. He LOVES them.
Those ride-in cars are such a 'thing', hey? Our daughter has one, and if she has friends over to play in the yard, there are ALWAYS fights over the car... they seem to be everyone's favourites!
There's that play kitchen again! Reagan loves them!! I can't wait for Christmas!

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Our favorite is Evie's art table! It keeps her entertained for hours!
We have loved all those past or present! Great choices!
Amber said…
Stacking cups were probably our #1 best investment. Our's were less than $5 and have provided us with hours of entertainment for months.
Anonymous said…
Weston's in love with cars! All shapes and sizes of cars meet his needs. He also loves animals so we talk a lot during the day cows and pigs, and of course he's getting good at tackling the kitty. When we go outside he's very keen on looking for planes when he hears them :P

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