Children’s Gift Guide
2007 has been a year of big changes for me. The biggest, of course, is that my life no longer revolves around me but instead around a 10-month old baby boy. I don’t think I’ve bought anything for myself this year. Therefore, any attempt at a gift guide would result in a lame collection of unorganized odds and ends. HOWEVER, when it comes to children’s toys that is a different story! For the entire year all I’ve done is look through baby magazines and websites. I developed a particular interest for foreign toys. (No, I’m not referring to “Made In China.”)
So for the rest of the week I’d like to show you a bunch of adorable toys that I’ve seen from all over the world.
Lets start with GERMANY
Villa Sibi Dollhouse from www.sirch.de
For all those budding future architects. This adorable contemporary style dollhouse comes with everything from beds and tables to a kitchen faucet!
Rutschi Slide from www.kaetherundweise.de
I’m sure some of you out there are proud owners of the adorable Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair. Well this ingenious slide is a very simple design that allows your high chair to quickly transform into a slide. Perfect for those rainy days when a trip to the park is not your idea of a fun time!
Re-babe & Re-tire rocking chair and crib from www.re-produkte.com
This clever combination of a rocker and bassinet allows the flexibility of holding your precious in your arms and rocking him/her to sleep OR laying the baby down and rocking both of you to sleep!
Trehjulet Tricycle from www.krea.dk
These adorable wooden and metallic tricycles are sure to cattapult your baby into rock star status!
Trending this week
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- Nendo featured in lifestyle magazine PEN
- Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist
- Bird’s Eye View Maps by Cartographer Hatsusaburo Yoshida
- A water bottle made to look like a soy sauce container