Hold The Pickles Please!

November 2, 2011 at 09:00 | Posted in ALEX Jr., ALEX Toys, Babies, Play@Home Mom, Reviews | Leave a comment

Did you know that November 3rd is National Sandwich Day? It sure is! And what better way to celebrate than by playing with the ALEX Jr. Stretchy Sandwich? We invited one of the cutest babies in town, Yehuda, over to play. He just turned one and we thought he had enough teeth to eat a sandwich!

ALEX Toys Stretchy Sandwich

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Busy Bodies in Busy Town

September 22, 2011 at 09:00 | Posted in ALEX Jr., ALEX Toys, Babies, Play@Home Mom, Reviews | 3 Comments

As soon as I saw the ALEX Jr. My Busy Town activity center, I fell in love! The bright colors, the insanely cute artwork, the endless activities… I knew that whichever kiddies were playing with this would be busy for quite some time!

We invited Julie’s super-cute friend, Aeden, over for a play date to try it out!

ALEX Toys My Busy Town

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Blog Review: First Pops & First Snaps

November 18, 2009 at 14:44 | Posted in ALEX Toys, All About ALEX, Babies | 1 Comment
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Karie at The Five Fish blog posted a great review of the ALEX First Pops and First Snaps! Her twin toddlers had a great time with both products.

Read what mom Karie had to say:

“The learning for the twins is so important because they were born premature. While they were full grown preemies born at 36weeks, they are still nonetheless premature kids who have the adjusted age and so some skills are slower to them than other children. Such as the fine motor skills.

The First Pops and First Snaps are perfect for this because they have to really concentrate on hooking the pieces together.”

You’re going to love the great photos from her blog! Read the rest of the review here: http://www.thefivefish.com/2009/11/gifts-for-kids-alex-toys-first-pops.html

Ask Nurit: Newborns

October 21, 2009 at 06:24 | Posted in ALEX Jr., ALEX Toys, Babies | Leave a comment
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Dear Nurit,

I’ve read the baby books and heard advice from a variety of experts. If you had to sum up the needs of a newborn in a few words what would you say they are?

Cuddles, cuddles, and more cuddles. All a newborn needs outside of food, clothing, and shelter is to feel safe and secure in her environment. Skin to skin touch, hearing your voice, and lots of hugs from people who love her help build a foundation of healthy development that she can build on as she grows.

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