Sunday, March 11, 2012

Top 5 most loved/durable Toddler Toys

Recently I have been noticing that some of Audrey's favorite toys to play with are the same ones that Andrew loved when he was that age (18 months). That means that some of these toys have been played with and loved for close to 4 years now. I thought I would share with you what I would consider the Top 5 most loved toddler toys in my house, that have also stood the test of time. This list is in no particular  order.
Fisher Price ABC Delivery Truck
- Teaches the alphabet and gives an example word for each letter.  Also good for transporting cars, army men, and anything else that can be shoved inside of the delivery truck's compartment.













Fisher Price Peekaboo Blocks
-  Each of the 26 letter blocks contains an item inside that starts with that letter.  The items inside the blocks shake, rattle, and some can be spun in circles.  Fun for letter recognition as well as tower building, assembling forts for Army Men (noticing a theme here?), and leaving all over the floor for mom to pick up.  Not fun to step on.


Leap Frog Letter Wheel
- Ahh, so many memories of Andrew spinning this wheel on the tray of his high chair...It has letters, animals, what more could you ask for?  And talk about durable, this thing has fallen from both Andrew and Audrey's high chairs more times than I could count and yet it doesn't miss a beat, or letter.
                            








Little Tikes Boombox
- Both Andrew and Audrey explored their inner DJ with this cute little radio. Audrey likes to bring it into a room, press the button to play some music and start dancing. I know I'm a little biased but it's pretty much the cutest thing ever.
Fisher Price Corn Popper
- A classic.  So much fun has been had pushing this thing around the house and hearing the "pop poppity pop" sound.  Andrew has pretended to vacuum with it, Audrey has dragged it all over the house, and my brother in law has used it to make Rocket, my Jack Russell Terrier, go insane.  Now that's fun for the whole family right there.

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