"You've got some pretty great stuff in here."
(Also: people. Go look.)
Yum, plush strawberry. Go check out the watermelon and happy pear.
How pretty is this? Not to mention, how fun for a kid to open up!
This guy seems like a friendly fox, not the troublemaking kind.
You better believe if I had a whole room to deck out for this kid, we’d be making a tent.
Adorably vicious. (Actually, probably not really.)
Love his fashionable polka.
The giraffe got dressed in pink for the season.
Made with Legos, fits in the palm of your hand!
Awesome toy for kids and mes.
For when you can’t come up with anything reasonably good for Dad. And if you want to really top it, make the present hitting all these destinations together.
Browne knows what they’re doing for summer fun. Check out these sailboat popsicle molds. See also: the rocket, the robot, and the classic.
Rain drops keep [ouch!] falling on my head. These are made of wood, so please keep them on the refrigerator only.
Eric, don’t look! This is one of few toys my husband definitely needs.
For rainy days and snowy sidewalks.
I think these are built for kids, but I could still use a sewing primer, so…
Sounds like two characters in a children’s book, no? Go get chalking.
Hello, Cutest Thing I’ve Seen All Week!
Absurd, but wonderful (especially to me, the Bloodhound). Your very own perfumery with forty 2.5 ml bottles of natural essences — the very scents you find in your favorite brands.
No more thumb fatigue (because this one actually works).
“A pack full of toys means a sack full of joys for millions of girls and for millions of boys…”
Planes, trains, and automobiles for the guy who likes to make engines roar (in his head, that is).
Play it simple with Ikea’s best toy.
This guy would look adorable cuddled up on my bed.
Say yes to marshmallow shooting!
Make things to relieve workday stress. Or, to quote Think Geek, “play with your balls at work!”
The best old toys. Why? Because they’re good enough to still be around.
I’m well past my coloring days, but this is no less awesome to me.
Playing with light and color, two of my favorite things (though if you’re getting technical I guess they’re not two separate things).