Nickelodeon’s Floam and Gak attack! #review

Do you remember Floam and Gak? If you grew up in the 90’s then you know exactly what I’m talking about! These fun Nickelodeon playtime novelties were all the rage back in the day. The fun texturized play compound, Floam, can be molded, squished, flattened, shaped and squeezed for hours of sculpting fun! Floam was invented 20 […]

Light up the night with the Glow Crazy Distance Doodler #review

During the ‘dark days of winter’, we’ll be bringing a little light to our family time with the Glow Crazy Distance Doodler. Say that 5 times fast.. it’s pretty fun :). Saying the name isn’t the only fun thing about this awesome toy by BIGiggle, playing with it is also a great way for kids […]

Give them the gift of fun and creativity with the Morphology board game!

Being a collector of board games, I am always on the look out for new and exciting ways for our family to play them together. The newest addition to our game closet is the Morphology guessing game. Creator, Kate Ryan Reiling, came up with the idea for Morphology while stranded in a snowstorm with two friends. […]

D-Signed CeCe & Rocky Holiday Collection now available at Target! #review #Disney

My tween daughter is a big Disney Channel fan. At any given moment when she is at home, you could walk into our living room and 9 times out of 10 The Disney Channel is on. She isn’t the only one that watches though, there are some great shows on Disney and one of our […]

UNO Roboto interactive card Game by Mattel #review

Although board games are great for playing any time of year, we tend to use ours more when the colder weather sneaks back in. This year, we’re glad that a new UNO game has arrived in our home! UNO Roboto is the newest take on this classic family game by Mattel. As in all UNO […]

Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure video game for the Wii #skylandersparty

When we found out a few weeks ago that were were selected as a party host for the Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure House Party, we were super excited! We’ve played Spyro on Gameboy Advance and other platforms in the past so we couldn’t wait to try this new game featuring one of our favorite characters for […]

ZhuZhu Babies Dance Recital Playset Review

My daughter has always wanted to have one of those ZhuZhu pets everyone is always talking about. For some reason though, we just never got around to getting her one. When I was contacted about doing a review for ZhuZhu Babies, I knew it would be a nice surprise for her since she’s always begging […]

New FyrFlyz toy lights up the night review

It seems like the simplest toys are often the funnest ones! That’s what we thought when we were sent a package of the hottest new toys available at select Toys ‘R Us stores, FyrFlyz. FyrFlyz are essentially lights on a string, yet they have immense replay value for kids of all ages. Have you seen […]

Explore the Universe and your imagination with Olly Oogleberry

Have you heard about Olly Oogleberry yet? If not, you are missing out on some major fun! Doodled by a daydreaming 7th grader back in a 1981 math class, Olly Oogleberry is a little blue alien filled with a longing to explore the far reaches of the universe we live in. Now that Olly’s creator, […]

HandTrux Backhoe makes digging fun for all ages! #review

While summertime is just starting to wind down, we know there are plenty of sunny days left. We’re hoping to spend a few more of those at our local “beach”. The usual beach necessities make it into the back of the car when we plan for a day in the sun; buckets and shovels for […]

Phineas And Ferb The Movie: Across The 2nd Dimension

With an action packed plot full of twists and turns, The Disney Channel Original Movie, “Phineas & Ferb The Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension“, promises to be full of suspense and drama as Perry The Platypus is finally revealed as the super cool secret that he really is! In this thrilling adventure, Dr. Doofenshmirtz has […]

Addie Slaughter: The girl who met Geronimo (young readers)

On our quest to fill our summer days with fun reading material, I was happy to find a historical non fiction book for my tween daughter to review.  It’s always a treat to be able to find a book that presents our nation’s history in a way that appeals to young readers.  Addie Slaughter: The […]