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Lego Dimensions and The Batman Lego Movie Story Pack

LEGO Dimensions

Bringing Lego and Video Games together

Lego Dimensions Starter Pack

In LEGO Dimensions, players use real Lego figures and a toy pad which can be played within the game itself, featuring characters and environments from over 30 different franchises including Back to the Future, The Simpsons, Lord of the Rings, Batman, and many more.

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Fun Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Tweens


Everyone has that one person (or more) who are difficult to buy for. They have everything they need, they don’t want anything, or they are not great at giving you ideas of things that they like or want.

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Hammacher Schlemmer Remote Control M1A2 Abrams Tank

hammacher-schlemmer-remote-control-abrams-tankHammacher Schlemmer is a New York company that has been “Offering the Best, the Only, and the Unexpected since 1848”. Thinking out of the box is their specialty. There are a plethora of products that would make a great gift for anyone on your list.  Even the hard to buy for.

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Surprise them with Whiffer Sniffers: Scented Plush Characters


Have you heard of Whiffer Sniffers? Neither had I until recently. Whiffer Sniffers are super cute little scented plush characters that are available in collectable backpack clips, hugable plush, and nostalgic scratch n’ sniff stickers.

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Kawaii Cubes: Give the Gift of Awesome

The other day I received a box of AWESOME in the mail. There are no other words to describe it. A BOX OF AWESOME. When playing SANTA, I like to add unique little gifts into the boy’s stockings. This box of awesome has PUT ME IN THE KIDS STOCKINGS written ALL over it.

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Nancy B’s Science Club: Making Science Fun!


Designed for kids ages 8-12, Nancy B Science’s Club has an incredible line of Science Kits perfect for any young scientist. From Microscopes, Telescopes and Bug Discovery Labs to Compost and Hydroponics Kits (and everything in between), Nancy B Science’s Club kits are a fantastic addition to the Science Curriculum for grades 3-6. With 13 different Science Kits, there are tons of fun learning possibilities within reach.

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Code & Go Robot Mouse: Give the Gift of Learning


My kids love playing games, and I love playing games with them. I’ve always been a big fan of board games ever since I was little, and that love has transferred over to the boys. We have a wide selection of games, some that are classics, and some that are more unique. I also love games and toys that are educational, especially when the boys have no clue that they are actually learning.

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Give the Gift of Imagination this year with Brick Loot – Dream Build Inspire –


Lego is one of those gifts that is timeless, classic, and never boring. Brick Loot is a monthly mystery box  that is the perfect gift for each and every LEGO lover on your gift list, young and old.  Each box contains awesome surprises like LEGO, LEGO compatible products, and brick items.  Dream, Build and Inspire.

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Advent Calendars

14681779_10153988352286732_4717050658624035016_nI always get the boys Advent Calendars to count down the days in December. Its a tradition that they look forward to each year. Traditionally I’ve always just bought the inexpensive chocolate ones, and I’m sure I’ll buy them each one of those once I see them in the store.  This year, I also wanted to get them each one of the toy Advent Calendars that I keep seeing at Toys R Us (and Walmart, and Chapters, and pretty much everywhere that toys are sold).

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Unique, Educational & Hands-on Play: Mental Blox 360˚ 3-D Building Game Review


14492529_10153967537346732_3731432964704577375_nWe love games. We love board games, puzzles, dice games, you name it and we probably love it!   We have most of the regular games, plus a few others, and we play them often.  I am always looking for new games that are challenging (but not so challenging as to cause melt downs) fun, and educational.  Games should be fun, of course, but its always great when the kids learn something at the same time (especially if they don’t realize that they are learning)!

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