How frustrating is it when you just want to buy baby toys, but you have to sort through millions of toys for older kids before you find what you’re looking for? Ebeanstalk is a toy website that allows you to search for the specific age of your child so you don’t have to go through any of that hassle! In order to provide only the best of the best, check out their website and tell them about the safest toys for 1 year olds or those fantastic toys for 2 year olds you know other moms would love.
Over the boys first five years of life, we have gone through so many toys. Some were good, some were bad and some were life savers. Lately, we’ve been doing a lot of online shopping for everything from office supplies to toys. Ebeanstalk is “dedicated to providing the learning toys and educational toys that promote a child’s development.” I wish I would have known about them when our boys were younger. Some of the toys they sell are similar to the ones we have but they look sturdier than some of the ones we owned. I did noticed that some of the toys prices are higher than ones you might find at discount stores but these look sturdier than some of the cheaper ones we’ve owned. I also LOVE that a lot of their items are gender neutral. Tim, Grandma Deb, and I spent months searching for a tea set that wasn’t covered in pink and flowers made for little girls. Why couldn’t our tea loving boys have a tea set? Or a baking set? Or a cookware set? If I had only known about Ebeanstalk, I would have saved a lot of time.
Sometimes when you buy a toy, you never know just what you are going to get. Will it be fun? Is it durable? Ebeanstalk relies on opinions like mine and yours to ensure that their customers are 100% satisfied with the toys they buy. What do you think the safest baby toys are? Have you found the most fun kids toys out there? What are the best ways to find the perfect toys by age? Go to ebeanstalk and let them know what you think. Maybe you will even discover something new!
Ebeanstalk sent us a Garden Tool Set to review. Sadly our soil is horribly hard here so these would simply not stand up to outdoor use for us. Most adult tools don’t stand up to our cruddy soil. However, the tools are fantastic when working in potting soil. Drama King had a few plants die on us (Mommy has NO green thumb and can kill anything) so he used the tools to pull out the dead plants and prepare the pots for the new plants. Since it’s coming around to winter, we won’t be planting anything at the moment.
Drama King said the tools make it easier and they fit his hand better than the tools I own. I’d guess it’s because the tools are scaled to a child’s size. He loved the entire set and it is on his desk as I type this post. ‘Just in case I need to go outside and fix a plant,’ was the response I got when I asked why.
I found the site to be amazingly thorough on the quality of products they offer. Zero appear to be disposable toys. And we all know what I’m talking about. Those toys you pick up and say ‘$5 for this’ or ‘My kid will break that before we get home’. If the quality of the toy we received is any indication as to their other toys, I’m hooked. I love that the toys have been reviewed prior to making it on the site.
And I’d probably say they’re only downfall is the limited selection of toys. However, I know that every item has been carefully tested so I know I am getting the best toy possible which makes the limited selection acceptable.
Disclosure: This post brought to you by ebeanstalk. Our family received product for free in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. All opinions are 100% mine.
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