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Enough Princess Stuff. GoldieBlox Is Changing Playtime for Girls. Hey, parents!
There’s a new, very smart toy in the girls’ section of the toy aisle — you know, that aisle with the glittery shelves lined with everything princess in a rainbow of pink and purple hues. Well, get ready for a game changer: GoldieBlox is a unique story + construction set that aims to engage young girls and get them creating amazing things. In short, it’s setting them up to be the future engineers and the innovators of our world. Construction toys have always been a “boy’s toy,” but GoldieBlox is ready to shake things up. Each set follows Goldie, a girly-girl with a knack for problem-solving, in a new adventure that inspires a building project. Debbie Steinberg is the inventor and CEO behind GoldieBlox. If you’re wondering if this toy actually inspires girls to build, we’ll let you be the judge of that. Ready to get building with Goldie?
Tags: Gifts, gifts for kids, girls, GoldieBlox, innovation, Kids, makers, play, toy, toys. How to Build a Mobile Sandbox for On-the-Go Playtime. OmieBox Is the ONLY Lunchbox Your Kids Need. Some like it hot.
Some like it cold. And some days, you just want a sandwich. The OmieBox lunchbox handles all three! This uber cute and colorful lunchbox has some serious design behind it. Organized in squares, the OmieBox has a vacuum insulated container for temperature-controlled food transportation — hot or cold. The handles and layout are designed for even the littlest of hands — but while this may be a product for the kiddos, we’d happily tote this to the office. The OmieBox isn’t a reality quite yet. While you wait for your OmieBox to arrive, be sure to check our lunchtime meal inspo to spice up your next midday meal! What’s your favorite lunch to pack? 10 Glitter-Filled DIY Projects Your Kids Will Love. Having kids means having someone to share your love of glitter with.
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19 Natural Baby Products That Moms Swear By. You’ve purchased the wooden rattles, the BPA-free bottles and the organic baby food handbook, but now it’s time to think about the things you put on your baby.
When it comes to soaps, powders and butt balms, you want to make sure you’re using only the best for your little one. We get it, so we stalked parents around the Internet to round up these 19 tried-and-true all-natural baby products to buy and DIY. 1. Ora’s Amazing Baby Powder ($10): Baby powder is notoriously nasty in natural health circles, so this powder is made with your baby’s lungs in mind. It’s made without talc or corn starch, and instead uses pure Kaolin clay powder, baking soda, arrowroot powder and plantain leaf powder.