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  • Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Apptivity Case

    Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Apptivity Case

    An iPhone/ITouch case holder that is basically indestructible and allows your child to use their apps on it.

  • Jakks Golden Tee Deluxe Plug & Play TV Game

    Jakks Golden Tee Deluxe Plug & Play TV Game

    My kids are video games fanatics. They have wii’s (yes, plural), PS3, DS’s, iPods and more. They love just about anything to do with video games. We got the Golden Tee Deluxe plug-n-play and they couldn’t wait to get started.

  • Spooner Board

    Spooner Board

    We got quite the surprise a couple weeks ago with an early snow storm in Colorado. Our old sled was broken so the boys were a little upset. I had just gotten two Spooners in for review so I thought we’d test them out in the snow.

  • MindFlex Duel

    MindFlex Duel

    My boys saw the original MindFlex game last Christmas and started begging for it. It was pricey and I didn’t think they would be interested in using it more than a couple times, so I held off. Recently I was sent the MindFlex Duel to review, so the boys were very excited.

  • Gamewright’s City Square Off

    Gamewright’s City Square Off

    The ages for this game say 8+, so my 8-year-old and I played it. She liked it. The object of the game is to build up your “city” on a grid. Each player has the same set of Tetris-like pieces, and a deck of cards randomly directs you to add one of the pieces to your grid on each turn.

  • Spongebob Tub Adventures Set

    Spongebob Tub Adventures Set

    My son loves Spongebob Squarepants. I actually think he is pretty fun too (except for the theme song that ALWAYS gets stuck in my head), so we were excited to review The Spongebob Tub Adventure set from Matchbox.

  • Where’s That Chipmunk?

    Where’s That Chipmunk?

    Where’s That Chipmunk is a new game for children ages 3 and up that is a spin-off of the traditional game of hide and seek! It comes with a cute stuffed chipmunk that you hide. The object of the game is to be the first player to find him. There are 3 different ways to play but because our toddler is about to turn 3 we decided to only do the beginner game (there are beginner, advanced and team play rules). After hiding the chipmunk you provide clue cards (there are indoor and outdoor clue cards to use as well as ones you can make up on your own) to the players. The first player to find the chipmunk gets an…

  • Thomas & Friends Racing Around Sodor Game

    Thomas & Friends Racing Around Sodor Game

    We were very excited to have had the opportunity to review the Thomas & Friends Racing Around Sodor Game for the Time to Play Mag Real Parents/Real Reviews.

  • The Incredible Shrinky Dinks Maker

    The Incredible Shrinky Dinks Maker

    We got to review the The Incredible SHRINKY DINKS Maker. I remembered making shrinky dinks in my oven as a little kid so I was excited to try this out with my 5 year old son. I was also looking forward to trying this out because it seemed a lot safer then how I did it as a kid in the oven.

  • Spy Gear - Spy Night Scope

    Spy Gear - Spy Night Scope

    Spy Gear is hot right now in the Casa de Vanek. We have an older pair of high powered night vision goggles from a few Christmases ago. They were big, bulky and expensive. When we received the Spy Gear Spy Night Scope goggles, I thought they would be expensive too, but they are super affordable at only $20.