Wheelie Zip Bin Roll-Up Car Set
Exclusive to HearthSong: "This wheel can really roll up the track! At the flick of its zipper, the mag tire unfurls into a two-lane vinyl-and-fabric racetrack with two pit areas at each end. Set it up on the floor, sofa, hassock, backseat of a car, or wherever your travels take you. Ingenious and imaginative, the track includes two metal race cars and slots for storing 12 standard Matchbox® cars from your collection." A winner for ages 3 and up.
I've probably said this here before but just to be clear: I didn't have three ten-pound babies for nothing. My payment? The chance to passive aggressively encourage them to rewalk my own childhood footsteps. Kind of like a "life d... I've probably said this here before but just to be clear: I didn't have three ten-pound babies for nothing. My payment? The chance to passive aggressively encourage them to rewalk my own childhood footsteps. Kind of like a "life do-over." Only I hope they do it more gracefully. The purpose? So that I can answer deep, provocative questions like, "How different would my life be if I hadn't sported 3-inch high vertical bangs in high school?" (Sidenote: I grew up in So. Cal in the 80's. So it was only partially my fault.) This book made me think of one thing when I saw it: "I played those games. Now THEY will... err... I mean, can if they would like... play those games." from the site: Cat's Cradle, Crow's Foot, Jacob's Ladder - we remember well the happy hours spent playing string games handed down to us by our mothers and grandmothers. Thankfully, Richard Darsie's careful, step-by-step instructions and photographs will help us teach our children. Three rainbow-hued cord loops that are much easier to work with than the yarn we used as kids are also included. A special kind of heirloom for ages 4 and up. Size Hardcover, 8" x 8", 95 pages
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