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Think of our expert staff as that weary, seasoned friend, the veteran of child-rearing. Here at Magic Beans, we know which strollers our customers adore, and which toys kids can’t get enough of. read more
These top ten lists are composed of perennial favorites, including toys from Melissa & Doug that cultivate your child’s creativity and intelligence; stylish strollers from favorite brands like Bugaboo, Maclaren, UPPAbaby, and more; safe and reliable car seats from Chicco and Diono; baby gifts that will be the hit of the shower; and lots more!
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There’s no shortcut to parenting knowledge; we all learn as we go along. We rely on advice from our friends and families, purchase stacks of parenting books, and hopefully, after the dust clears and a full night’s sleep is possible again, we emerge as seasoned parents with well-adjusted kids, and tell our friends how it’s done show less
This compact wooden play kitchen is the perfect fit for any playroom! Features an overhead shelf, a plastic sink with moving faucets, a play stovetop for pretend cooking, a play oven with a clear viewing window, and a cabinet that doubles as storage or a pretend fridge.
Magna-Tiles connect with magnets on all angles and on every face, creating endless possibilities for 2D design and 3D building. And the Magna-Tiles ICE collection makes Magna-Tiles even cooler: these delightful magnetic building tiles are crystal-clear!
Playtime goes green! This train set encourages open-ended imaginative play, with three sturdy train cars that can be used together or separately, and cute chubby bear conductors. Plus, it's made from 100% recycled plastic milk jugs, at a factory in the USA, saving energy and reducing greenhouse emissions.
Made with sturdy tin, this children’s tea set has enough dishes to serve the gracious host and three guests, whether they’re friends over for a playdate, dolls, or stuffed pals. The tea cups are sized for small hands, but are large enough to sip from, too, so kids can serve real tea or other drinks!