I’m in charge of our company’s (day job) Santa’s Elves program where we purchase toys for underprivileged children. This was super easy when my kids were little and I knew all about what toys were popular. But now that they are all grown up I find it difficult to choose what kids love these days. This product is perfect. I will be adding it to our shopping list. Putting this kind of product into the hands of a child is priceless. Thanks for letting me know about it.
FINALLY, a toy that helps build kids’ emotional intelligence. I am a HUGE fan of communication and self-awareness, and this product is simply ideal. So clever! I like the Moodsters Scary Sleepover Feelings Flashlight and Storybook – I can see how using the flashlight in the dark would be extra enticing to young ones. Great post and stellar product.
Oh what great toys!! I love what they teach kids! I don’t have any children, but I wish I would’ve had a toy like this growing up! Also your daughter is absolutely adorable!
Quigly was the perfect toy for my daughter. She has some big fears about bugs, and bees in particular, and sometimes being outside can be stressful for her. We brought Quigly outside and when my daughter saw a bee, she just hugged Quigly and he said reassuring comments to her such as “when I feel scared, I tell myself, be brave!”
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Setting The Pace
Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: Virginia Beach, Va.
Re: Worst model you have
In my current collection, the United GJUAL091 DC-8-21 gets the nod for being the worst. Released in 2000, it carries an orange, pink and blue Saul Bass treatment. Definitely a Toys "R" Us model, I refuse to sell it even though it would easily rake in the big bucks. Hey, I'm a sentimental kind of guy.
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