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Burley MyKick balance bike
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Burley has kept my family rolling for 6 years.  Addicted to their premium bike trailers, I was so excited to see them expand into the balance bike space.  We have tested a few of these ride along/balance/push bikes, a hazard of the job, but my search is now over.  Burley’s

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Prince Lionheart Wheely Bug
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I’m a wooden toy lover. Partly because I love when my kids can play with toys that were mine when I was little. My kids have my old wooden table and chairs and are giving it the same abuse I did and they still look amazing. Aside from durability, I

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For me, milestones can be stressful. Maybe it’s because my older daughter didn’t start walking until she was 16 months old. I kept visualizing her crawling to her classes in high school. As parents, we seem to stress about these things. We naturally worry about our kids. Learning to ride

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weerol
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Keeping up with your child’s developmental toy needs can be expensive and space-consuming.  Here at ITKM, we are fond of wooden toys, green living and purchasing only the best for our kids — all of which describe the new Weerol.  The Weerol was prototyped by hand in a garage with

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Plasma Car
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Back when I was a kid, we spent a lot more time outside playing than I can say for most kids today. We were also much more active. I remember riding my Big Wheels up and down the alley until my legs felt like jelly. No one had battery operated

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My 4-year-old daughter decided that she is ready to learn how to ride a bike and my anxiety instantly spiked, considering I broke my arm at the elbow at age 5, which was the first time I rode a bike. I did a bit of research and found what is

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Tis’ the season to be shopping, and if you’re shopping for a toddler what else better than a tricycle?  The earlier the better to teach children pedaling and steering motor skills, not to mention balancing.  My daughter had a few tricycles growing up but none seemed to really interest her.

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