Winter Favorites Part 2: Kid Stuff

January 23, 2017



Today I have part 2 of my Winter Favorites, this time I am sharing all my kid favs! 


Mermaid Tail Blankets: These we an adorable Christmas gift from my Brother and my Sister-in-Law. The girls love getting cozy with their Mermaid tails. You kind find these anywhere with a Google search. They got them from Zulily.

Face game! Little A wanted this game for awhile, it was one of the main gifts she asked Santa for. I really didn't like the idea of it, but once we played, I found out what a blast it is! You put whipped cream (in our case, coconut whip and for Little S we used a sponge) and you turn the crank the number you spin. Eventually the "pie" hits a player in the face and it is pretty darn hilarious!

Bumkins Reusable Snack Bags: I get asked about these bags daily on Instagram! I bought them off Amazon (the Minnie ones too) and they are dishwasher safe and a great alternative to plastic baggies. Little A loves the prints too!

Hop-Skip Snack Containers: I bought these recently on Amazon for Little S. We haven't bought new ones since Little A was a baby, and I accidentally ran over one and the other, Little S lost in a store. So the time had really come! They are super cute and have a flap inside so they can't spill out the snack  They also close shut, which I really like because Little S tends to think her snacks are confetti at times, so I'll just shut them. They are PVC, BPA and Phthalate free. 

THERMOS Brand Insulated Minnie Cup: Another Amazon find, Little S and Little A both got one. Little A got Sofia from Sofia the First, they have many characters to choose from. I swear I buy cups and we lose them left and right. Little S also throws them and has broken a few. I like that these are stainless steel and not plastic and they keep the drinks hot or cold. It is also a straw cup which is better for their pallets. 


Sleds with Straps: We found this green sled at HomeGoods and (luckily) we have used it for the one small snow we got so far. Little S loved it and it kept her in longer than a second (she's been known to climb out of anything she is strapped into).


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