itty bittys® SPIDER-MAN Stuffed Toy
I was a surprised to receive this cute little thing on Christmas Eve. It’s an itty bittys® SPIDER-MAN Stuffed Toy from Hallmark which is included in the #JingleVoxBox sent to me by #Influenster. I showed it to my darling daughter and she loved it. She actually wanted it to become one of her snuggle buddies but she decided to give it back to me because, she said, I don’t have a snuggle toy and it was given to me for Christmas. Aww…I have the sweetest daughter in the world.
Hallmark has a collection called itty bittys® stuffed toys and stuffed animals characters from popular kids’ movies, television series, and kids’ shows such as Spider-man, Rainbow Brite, Scooby-doo, Star Wars, Frozen, and the likes. You will really enjoy collecting these cute little things not only for your little ones but also for yourselves. They measure not more than 4 inches long so they can be carried and stored easily. Visit the nearest Hallmark stores near you for more #ittybittys collection.
I received this product complimentary from Influenster for testing and review purposes.
My darling daughter and I went to her tumbling, gymnastics, and cheer class this afternoon. I was glad that I didn’t forget the schedule today because we missed the first day of classes last Thursday. K was very excited to try this new skills and physical development for toddlers. As much she loves jumping, K loves tumbling as well. I noticed that she got bored in ballet class when she was 3 so I decided to let her try something else that I know she enjoys.
We arrived at the recreation center 10 minutes early but the in-charge let K inside the classroom. The room is big and wide. The props are ready and waiting for the kids to show up. There were six children in the list but only three of them came including K. The other one, though she was inside the room, didn’t join the activity.
The girls and their pom poms.
It’s a 30-minute class which is good, I think, because toddlers get tired and bored easily.
The Wylie Recreation Center offers fitness and developmental classes for toddlers and young kids age 2-5. Depending on the type of class, the monthly rates ranges from $25 to $125. For members and Wylie residents, the rates are lower. So if there are health and fitness programs for kids in your area, you can register may register your children. I am sure they will have a great time.
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While I am tapping the keyboard of my laptop doing some online duties such as browsing mom blog pages, Pinterest boards, and Instagram photos, my daughter was just sitting on the couch playing with her learning game apps on her new Amazon Kindle Fire. I bought the gadget few months ago in replacement to the previous tab that was broken within a month of purchase when she accidentally dropped it on the floor. The screen cracked and there’s now way I can fix it without paying over $80 for screen replacement. So I decided to buy a new one.
My friend recommended the Amazon Kindle Fire. But she said I have to buy one with the 8 gigabytes of storage because the basic applications and software alone consumes the half of it. I am happy that my darling daughter is enjoying her new gadget. The gadget is solid and durable. Once you get familiar with the settings and navigation, it’s easy to manipulate.
DD’s Amazon Kindle Fire
My darling daughter only uses it whenever she is relaxing after dinner and, sometimes but not frequently, before bedtime. During the day, I only let her use it for an hour because she has other activities to do like working on her pre-K (pre-Kindergarten) activity book, playing outside, biking, and going to town with me on errands days. There isn’t much applications in the Kindle Fire besides a few toddler game apps.
Right now, she is reading – yes my daughter is a beginner reader already – a book from Children’s Beginner Readers Kindle Edition.
Below are the story books I downloaded to her Kindle Fire. They’re free on Amazon.
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Lovey Bunny is under repair. 🙂
This is Bunny. She is my darling daughter K’s snuggle buddy. K loves Bunny very much that she’d feel sad whenever I say at bedtime, “Where is Bunny? I am gonna give her spanking because she’s not in bed.” K would hurriedly looks for Bunny and finds her on daddy’s chair in his work station. Then K hugs Bunny tight as they get tucked in bed. Sometimes she ignores her snuggle buddy during the day but bedtime is not complete without it.
Bunny has been K’s lovey since she was three months old. I bought her on Easter 2010 while I was working at Dillards. She was a Godiva Easter Bunny. K was attached to her lovey that she decided it’s a girl bunny. 🙂 Bunny had been in many adventures with us. She even traveled and went on a vacation with us to the Philippines in December 2012. It was fun.
Like all well-loved stuffed animals, plushed toys, and loveys, Bunny got lose stitches, too. I was not really good in sewing so K asked her Na-Na to mend Bunny. K was very happy that her lovey is fixed. 🙂
Does your child have a lovey? What is it? I would love to hear about it.