Okay everyone, today we are going to talk about Fidget Spinners. If you don’t really know much about them you might want to take a few seconds and check them out on YouTube.
If you took my advice and checked them out then you definitely want one now! When looking for a fidget spinner, you want it to spin….FAST. But, fast isn’t always enough. To pick the perfect fidget spinner for yourself or your child, you need to decide on what material you would like it to be made of, what color you might like, and what shape you want to try. Every variation will yield a different result. The good thing is that most are cheap enough, if you don’t really like one, you don’t feel too bad buying another one.
The Love to Learn Elmo is aplush dollthat moves his mouth when he talks. He sings about 10 songs, laughs, and plays games with your child. It even has an app that can be connected to your toy via Bluetooth! Once you are connected, Elmo can say your child’s name and can guide them through games on the app.
If your 5- 12 year old has been on YouTube within the past few months, they have probably seen a DIY slime video. That is definitely the case at my house! They watch a million videos and then they BEG to make it at home.
I got this chair for Korey when he was about 9 months old. He had just started walking and was having a hard time climbing up and down from our couches and chairs since he was so short. He wanted to have a place of his own to sit.
I looked around online and I found this chair. I also saw a commercial for it on tv and I thought it looked pretty cool. We picked it up from Walmart one evening and brought it home….only to realize that we didn’t have any batteries for it! (How did I forget the batteries????)
We got the bottom piece attached and Korey ran right over to it. He knew it was for him since it’s pretty small. He didn’t care that the buttons didn’t respond so we actually left the batteries out of it for a few days. I think he was just happy to have someplace low to sit and climb.
He likes turning the pages on the little book attached to the arm rest but his favorite thing about it is that he can lift the little seat.