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Fav stuff: Tottoos

No Comments 22 March 2013

Ink 'em for safety.

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Fav stuff: Shoezooz

No Comments 30 November 2012

Pair the animals to get the shoes on the right feet!

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WOW toys

No Comments 01 March 2012

“Wow” makes friction-powered toys for boys and girls. The most popular is Ernie the Fire Engine, which has a motorized motor, realistic engine sounds, a clicking ladder as well as an opening tailgate and cab. And no batteries required! Buy it: WOW Ernie Fire Engine on Amazon (disclosure: Atomic Family is an Amazon Associate)

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EcoAquariums

1 Comment 25 February 2012

The EcoAquariums are little cubes with two African dwarf amphibious frogs inside that only need feeding twice a week and their water changed every three months. The complete kits come with your choice of colored gravel in addition to the two frogs, bamboo stalk and living gravel. Buy it: www.wildcreations.com/

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Giant bean bag

No Comments 25 February 2012

Here’s the “bean bag of the 21st century.” Measuring from 3 to 8 feet, these bean bags can be used in place of your couch, for a gaming chair or a home theater. Buy it: Cool Beanz, 500 L-4 Amsterdam Ave., Atlanta, 404-574-8099, www.coolbeanzstore.com/

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Handpainted pottery

No Comments 25 February 2012

A child’s handprint on a piece of pottery is easy to make and will be cherished for a lifetime. Choose a coffee cup, platter, picture frame or other useful pieces. Buy it: Wired & Fired, 994 Virginia Ave., Atlanta, 404-885-1024 (moving March 1 to 1000 Marietta St., Suite 104, Atlanta 30318), www.wiredfired.com; or That Pottery […]

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Lil Sprout Knits

No Comments 25 February 2012

The eco-friendly products range from bird rattles to organic bibs. The Sprout Company has chosen materials that have been organically harvested and manufactured. The elephant is a favorite. Buy it: www.thesproutcompany.com

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Cutting Food

1 Comment 25 February 2012

Melissa and Doug Cutting Food is a wooden toy that comes with assorted vegetables and fruits that are Velcroed together. The kids learn to cut the food with a wooden knife. It teaches colors, addition, fractions. It’s fun, pretend play, as well as educational. Buy it: Various retailers online and in metro Atlanta area.

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Standard Bell Rattle

No Comments 25 February 2012

This is the classic wooden rattle. A single sleigh bell is housed within five dowels. Montgomery Schoolhouse says it designed this rattle to provide stimulation in touch, sight, sound and movement. Buy it: Bean Head Toys, 3497 Northside Parkway, Atlanta, 404-841-0826, or 220 Johnson Ferry Road, Sandy Springs, 404-851-2980; or Cutie Pies Children’s Boutique, 5473 […]

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Sophie the Giraffe

No Comments 24 February 2012

For 6 months and under, Sophie the giraffe is made with natural elements like rubber and food-grade pigments. It has lots of knobs and knees to teeth on. Buy it: Sprout, 1170 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta, 404-352-0864, www.sproutatlanta.com

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Blabla dolls

No Comments 23 February 2012

Johnny and Yoko Boogaloos are favorites since there aren’t many dolls with tattoos or a punk boy. Blabla also has several multicultural dolls, which gives kids something to identify with. Buy it: Blabla, 1189 Virginia Ave., Atlanta, 404-875-6496, www.blablakids.com

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