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Fisher-Price Little People Happy Sounds Home
The Happy Sounds Home is a charming new playset that allows little girls to discover their very first home & provides them with tons of toddler-appropriate activities! Playset folds open to reveal plenty of rooms on 2 levels, plus activities & fun sounds to keep them busy! Start the day in the kitchen with open/close refrigerator, where Mom & Dad sit at the table with place setting detail, while baby sits in her very own high-chair. They relax in the living room, complete with ringing telephone-just press down to activate. Onto the laundry room next--press down on the washer/dryer unit for realistic machine SFX! Now it's bathtime-head over to the bathroom for baby's bath. Press down on the tub for bubble & bathtime SFX & lift the toilet seat to hear it flush! Activity play happens outside too-ring the doorbell at the front & spin the disk on the roof to scroll through fun images. And after a busy day of play, this family is ready for bed! Place baby in her swinging basinet, then put Mom & Dad in bed--sweet dreams! Playset comes with Mom, Dad & Baby figures, table, 2 chairs & high-chair. Folds closed for storage; all parts/pieces fit inside. Delivery - within 2 weeks for in-stock items.87% (17)
My First Childhood Toys
So I was tagged and the theme is "My First Childhood Toys." Now my memory isn't quite that good. I can't remember exactly what I got first. I have a buttload of stuffed animals that were my actual earliest toys, but I'm not scrounging the web trying to find their pics. So these pictures are a mix of my earliest toys and some of my most memorable. I did not include some important ones, like Barbie, She-Ra or Rainbow Brite. You guys know what I had as a kid because I talk about it and still collect the lines. So these are just some that popped into my head. Also, the only one of these pics that's mine is the Chipmunks scan. 1) Fisher Price: I loved this damn house. I liked anything with doors that opened, so I opened that door a hell of a lot. I also had the Western Town, which rocked. 2) Baby Beans: This may have been my first doll. I still have her. And I think she still talks. 3) Garfield: I was a Garfield nut. This was the first plush of him that I got. 4) Sesame Street: Like most young children, I loved Sesame Street. I especially adored these little finger puppets. Mine are long gone, but I've gotten a couple in my adult collecting days. 5) Smurfs: I had TONS of these. I grabbed this tiny pic because I loved that little book series, too. I also had one Snork. I have the plush Occy from Snorks now and he's a favorite. 6) My Little Pony: Moondancer was my first! 7) Masters of the Universe: I think Teela and Merman were actually my first two, but Evil-Lyn was my favorite. And of course, I loved She-Ra. I had one of every female character except Netossa and Spinnerella. (If I'd known about them, I would have gotten them.) 8) Thundercats: I went nuts trying to find Cheetara to no avail. Finally, my mom's boss found her right when I was sick and needed cheering up the most. 9) Strawberry Shortcake: I honestly don't remember who I got first. It was probably SSC. And I think Huck. 10) Rose Petal Place: Ordered Rose Petal from the Sears catalog! 11) Jem: Aja was my first. She was my favorite for quite awhile and then it was Stormer. Later on, Jetta. Now it's Jetta and Techrat. 12) Chipmunks: Oh, Chipmunks, how I love you. Like I said, there are tons more, but these are a good mix of my actual earliest toys and some of my favorite lines.little orange
my first batch of old-school fisher price little people showed up this week! i did buy them for baby, but you know i'll keep a few and photograph them all.
A playful introduction to words and sign language!See also:
-- Introduces little ones to words and sign language
-- Taps in to little ones' natural curiosity
As their communication skills continue to develop, little ones begin to recognize common words and may point to objects or pictures when these items are named. Baby Wordsworth playfully taps into your little one's natural curiosity and introduces 30 words from around the home -- both spoken and in sign language. This engaging program presents little ones with familiar objects in the kitchen, playroom, yard and more -- from the living room window to their favorite teddy bear.
Join special guest Marlee Matlin as she demonstrates the concept of nonverbal communication. Also featuring a delightful blend of real-world images, adorable puppet shows and beautiful classical music, Baby Wordsworth is an interactive guide to an exciting world of fun and discovery that you and your child can share -- right under your very own roof!
-- Repeat play
-- Language tracks (Spanish, French and English)
-- Discovery cards
-- Signing with baby
-- The alphabet (in sign language)
-- Story time with Violet's House
-- Toy chest
-- What will we find?
-- Puppet shows
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