Toddler Product Review

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Toddler Products! Check out these products designed especially for the growing curiosity and independence of toddlers.

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pediped Rosa Gingersnap Shoes
$29.95-$45; Pediped.com
pediped Originals Rosa Gingersnap shoes features genuine suede upper, faux fur lining, all leather soft-sole with slip resistant diamond tread and a Velcro closure. Approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association for promoting healthy foot development. 

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Xander Bunny
$29.99; Lavender-life.com
Stuffed with Michigan cherry pits and 100% USDA certified Lavender. Microwave-friendly, just heat the Xander Bunny for a more nurturing experience. For every one purchased, one is donated to a foster child. Available in blush, grey, and cream.

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Disney Baby SoapSox
$12.99; SoapSoxKids.com
Features some of Disney’s most beloved characters including: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Ariel and Flounder from The Little Mermaid, as well as, Nemo and Squirt from Finding Nemo. Now kids can cuddle their favorite companions during the day and then play with them during bath time at night for added fun in the tub. The soap pocket transforms lovable SoapSox into a sudsy wash cloth – just add soap and scrub.

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Folding Mat
$29.99; Ikea.com
Children can barely contain themselves when there’s a gym mat on the floor. It triggers tumbles, summersaults and play – but in a safe way. When it’s time for rest, fold it and put it aside. Folds flat to saves space when not in use.

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Snuggly Rascals
$19.99; SnugglyRascals.com
Ultra-comfortable headphones that are wrapped in soft fleece fabric and feature fun character designs. The headphone speakers are ultra-flat for comfort and have an 85-decibel limit to protect the child’s ears. Snuggly Rascals’ speakers can be removed to wash the headband style wrap and features a Velcro closure to ensure the perfect fit. 

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Indestructibles Series Books
$5.95; Workman.com
Indestructibles are built for the way babies “read”: with their hands and mouths. Printed on a unique paperlike material that is nontoxic, washable, and rip-proof, Indestructibles are the little books that could.

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STASH Chair
$149; UncagedFurniture.com

The STASH chair is a comfortable sofa chair that folds into an ottoman seat and also sports a hidden storage compartment for toys, books and much more. The modern design of the STASH fits well in any room of the house, takes up minimal space and serves as a multi-use storage chest, seat and an ottoman all in one. Kids will enjoy using the hidden compartment to store their favorite belongings. Available in navy blue, pirate black, princess pink.

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Babiators
$20-$45; Babiators.com

Babiators are the world’s cutest aviator-style and Wayfarer-style sunglasses, providing 100% UVA/UVB protection. Durable and tough just like children; they are made of pliable rubber and shatter-resistant lenses, making the virtually indestructible. Sizes: Junior (0-2). Classic (3-5), ACES (6+)

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Pals Mismatched Socks: Peacock/Elephant
$9; PalsSocks.com

Pals are warm, cozy, colorful design-forward kids statement socks that come paired as two different friends. This mismatched duo keep it namaste as a Peacock and an Elephant. Did you know these two are the international symbols of peace for India? Life is more fun when we’re friends with someone different.

Published: October 2018

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