Posts Tagged ‘toddler’


Infant & toddler knee pads for all stages & attitudes!

Its a wobbly world and our babies need all the help they can get.  Our baby knee pads are designed to help protect our kids from the time they start to crawl, walk, and run though the big wide world!  They are perfect for indoor use, and even better for the rough and tumble world of the great outdoors.

Recommended for ages 6 months to 4+ years plus.

All Crawlings products are CPSIA tested & certified.




♥Soft, durable, and breathable for little knees
♥One size (no extra money spent as little ones grows, $22.00)
♥Multiple designs to fit your little cubs


*Not many retails stores. None here in North Carolina.

This post courtesy of Autumn, a Notes From Dawn contributor. 

Notes From Dawn received Crawlings in exchange for an honest review. A positive review is not guaranteed, and all opinions are my own. No other compensation was received. 

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123 Zoo: A Cool Counting Book

by Puck

– Perfect for babies and toddlers
– Small and sturdy format, round corners for extra safety
– A fun and colorful way to practice number skills

6” x 6” inches; board book; 22 pages; full-color art; nontoxic; ages 0 to 3

ISBN: 9781938093081


From counting penguins and lions to giraffes and bears, this board book introduces toddlers to the familiar sights of a zoo while making basic numbers fun to learn. Parents and children can count to 10 using iconic zoo animals depicted with vivid colors and a bold design. Perfectly sized for small hands, this durable board book also includes a “Let’s Talk” section with conversation starters to help parents begin a fun discussion with their kids.


I happily recommend this cool counting board book by duopress. Each two page layout shows a large number and that same amount of a particular zoo animal. It contains only pictures and numbers but the vibrant colors and illustrations keep a young learners attention. It’s a favorite choice for seeing and counting elephants, hippos, bears, lions, giraffes, flamingos, zebras, gorillas, penguins, and birds. I think number three is the best with three different kinds of bears!



Disclosure of Material Connection: This book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest opinion. No other compensation was received. 

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