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...testimonials about KiddiesGames
“I recently visited the kiddiesgames.com site with an excruciatingly curious 20-month-old and a 4-year-old who thinks she's computer savvy. They loved the site.”
Gail, Mother of a 20-month-old and a 4-year-old
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When my son received the LeapStart Learning Table from Santa Last year he literally started shaking with excitement! The lights and sounds are sure to excite your child too. There are two options “music” and “letters/numbers”. My Husband and I may have had more fun than him playing the ear pleasing tunes! A year later, he is always sure to stop and “play a tune” as he passing by.
If there is one series of toys that my son uses on a daily basis it's Mega Blocks. He plays with them all the time and never gets bored! The Blocks and Tiny 'n Tuff Vehicles are easy to put together and just the right size for toddler hands. It's amazing to watch him developing his motor skills while expressing his imagination with Mega Bloks.
One by one, you watch your mental faculties slip away. The first to go is language. Sometime during those forty-five minutes between feedings when you actually are asleep, a little man comes and takes your nouns away.
"Honey, when you go to the uh..."
"To the what?"
"To the...whad'ya call it...the place? With the things...they have things that you can buy..."
"Yes, thank you. To the store...Make sure we pick up some...some, uh..."
"What do you want?"
"You know. They're small, you stick them in the ears..."
"No. Fuzzy things."
"Yes, exactly. Q-Tips."
quoted from "Babyhood" by Paul Reiser of television's "Mad About You", pages 143-144
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