Crayola Color Bath Dropz

Crayola Color Bath Dropz - Missalaneyus

Ellie was invited to her first “school friend” birthday party a few weeks ago. It was at a paint your own ceramics shop, and in the adorable favors, they gave each kid a few art related items. One of which was a small box of Crayola Bath Dropz. I had never seen them before, but apparently, they have been around for a while.

To use one, you just drop a tablet into your kiddo’s bathtub. Then, it turns the water a vibrant hue. Ellie loved it and got a big kick out of choosing a color to use each night and seeing the shade it would turn the water.

I couldn’t find the exact favor we received online, but was able to locate a container of 45 at Target. This inexpensive item ($3.79) would be a fun stocking stuffer or addition to any gift.

Have you used these before? What did you think?

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5 Children’s Books You’ll Both Love

5 Children's Books You'll Both Love - MissalaneyusI am always on the look out for children’s books that Ellie and I will both love. Here are a few recent favorites:

*Admittedly, Ellie is not as in to this one. However, it’s a childhood favorite of mine, so I thought I should still pass it on.

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Toddler Gift Guide

This toddler gift guide is the first in a new series I’ll be releasing this month. In this edition, you’ll find great options for kiddos between 1 and 4.

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Toddler Gift Guide

  1. Stuffed Animals: This bear is a classic. It would be a hit with any discerning toddler. Not into bears? Try any of Jellycat’s other stuffed animals. The quality of their merchandise is unmatched.
  2. Little People: The age range on these toys is great for little ones who still like to put toys in their months. Ellie has the princess castles, but how cute is this race car version?
  3. Dress-Up Clothes: This superhero costume comes in red or pink. It is as adorable in person as you’d think.
  4. Blocks: Technically, these are magna tiles. Kids can use these to build or create shapes. I also love classic blocks like these too.
  5. Books: Board books make great gifts for kids. This particular one is interactive and adorable. It helps kiddos learn how to mix different colors and is a lot of fun to read.
  6. Play Food: I’ve been a fan of the Sprouts brand for play food for a while, but this campfire set looks like a lot of fun. So good, right?

I have penciled in a few gift guides for the month, but would love to know if there’s any particular topic you’d like me cover. Drop me a comment or connect with me on social media to share your thoughts.

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