When I speak with my friends who are parents that have young children, some say that they feel like they are running out of ideas to make playtime fun. In my opinion and practice with my own children, I believe for children to have fun and play it doesn't need to cost a lot of money or require tech gadgets. All we have to do is provide our children with good quality toys that encourages development such as building blocks, a clean safe space, and spend time interacting and playing with them.
Monday, November 23, 2015
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
My children enjoyed having a viewing party at home to watch Barbie in Rock 'N Royals. I love how Barbie movies encourage children to embrace the differences, to be themselves, and dream big. In this upbeat musical, Barbie stars as Princess Courtney, a modern princess whose world is turned upside down when she switches places with Erika, a famous rock star.
Thursday, April 9, 2015
At the Ever After High’s annual spring fairest everything is topsy-turvy where up means down, and royal means rebel. My daughter enjoys playing with the storybook dollhouse, and the Ever After High dolls because she can replay what she has enjoyed on the Netflix Original Ever After High, and also make her own stories during play.
Thursday, November 27, 2014
My children enjoy playing with Mattel Toys like Hot Wheels, Barbie, and Fisher-Price since they were little. Mattel has a variety of toys that are sure to please our children, and brighten their imagination. This Holiday list of toys from Mattel will give us endless possibilities of toys we can give to our children this holiday season.
Saturday, October 4, 2014
My daughter is a Monster High fan, who enjoys watching the shows. Sometimes I like to join my children when they watch Monster High. I like how the show incorporates positive messages and puts a spin on our day-to-day words such as saying "Fearbook" for "Facebook" :) Monster High™ inspires girls to be unique by empowering them to embrace their imperfections and express their individuality. Monster High is a school that creates a world where freaky flaws are celebrated and allows girls to be their authentic self. Rather than trying to fit in, they are encouraged by faculty members to “Be yourself, be unique, be a monster”.