Working Pedal Powered Forklift

by Edwin

Kids these days, they tend to have far cooler toys that we oldies ever had in our younger days. Take the $319.95 Working Pedal Powered Forklift for example – when we were little, we needed to make use of this thing called our imagination if we wanted to drive a forklift around. Not so with these young ‘uns, as their parents can just fork out a certain amount of dough …

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It’s a Bike, It’s a Scooter – NO! It’s EzyRoller

by Julie

Okay, so I admit that I’m a huge fan of electronics, obviously. My favorite things in this world are animated and have bells and whistles, but I have to say, that every now and then, I remember being a kid and I remember having fun that you used to have to work for. The kind of fun that made you tired at the end of the day, the kind of …

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The Breadcrumb Tracker – Your Teen’s Worst Nightmare

by Julie

  I don’t know if anyone has noticed, but it seems like more kids are getting into trouble, or worse, ending up missing. It seems like everyday I hear a news report about a child abduction, or a missing mom… there are Silver alerts on the highway warning us to be on the lookout for a “lost” senior. I don’t know whats going on, but it does keep me up …

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The Nabi – Not your Daddy’s Tablet

by Julie

I guess everybody expects that I’m a gadget geek. It would come as no surprise that I have a multitude of electronic devices in every corner of my home. I have smart-phones and laptops, desktops, movie players, movie streamers, recorders, set top boxes, iPods, iPads, Android stuff galore… and an 8 year old child that we affectionately call “the crusher” So it is certainly my pleasure to introduce you to …

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Training Wheels Eliminator

by Edwin

One of the joys of parenting would be to be there when your little one grows up, handling different stages accordingly – it is basically a learning process. Kids these days might lean more towards video games as their entertainment mode of choice, and I would strongly suggest exposing your progeny to more physical based activities like hiking, flying a kite, and even riding a bicycle. Of course, there is …

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Popar Books – Reach Out and Grab you… really!

by Julie

So here we go, even our books are becoming high tech, I can see it now, gone are the days of the quiet library. No longer will we feel the evil eye and hear the stern Shhhhhh… of the librarian. Someday, and that day may be here sooner rather than later, the library will sound like an arcade, with all the bells and whistles, lights flashing and spinning, books just begging …

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World’s Largest Scrabble Game

by Edwin

Is there some sort of obsession with the world’s largest, longest, smallest, fastest, object? Are such superlative adjectives really important in determining the value of a particular thing? With the Guinness Book of World Records, that seems to be the case – and the $12,000 World’s Largest Scrabble Game certainly has a strong case going for it. It spans more than 49 feet square, and is nearly 5 times the …

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Learn To Walk Trainer

by Edwin

Sometimes, words fail me, and this is quite close – I do wonder how did kids, since time immemorial, learned how to walk if they did not have the assistance of the $59.95 Learn To Walk Trainer? Winner of a National Parenting Center Seal Of Approval, this particular walk trainer comes in a four-wheeled, wide-legged ride-on configuration that provides added stability for those kids who are starting to pick up …

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