Both of my girls are a bit obsessed with kids puzzles. Maybe they get it from me, because as a kid I used to love to put puzzles together, but then again I know Kevin did, too. So, looks like they quite possibly had no other choice, but to be love puzzles.
I must admit though, they make me buy them their fair share of puzzles and we have all sorts of kinds, including ones that are even iPad apps.
Recently, I was asked to try my very good friend (Lanaya from Raising Reagan) store’s puzzles for my girls.
Lanaya owns and operates Reagan’s Toy Chest, which I wrote up more about here, if you missed it.
In essence Lanaya’s store carries educational toys fro toys and small children alike.
Reagans Toy Chest’s puzzles are truly one of a kind and carry a nice selection for both boys and girls.
When I went to check out the puzzles, I knew right away which ones my girls would choose.
Immediately, I saw a personalized puzzle called My Very Fairy Tale.
Most know my girls are fairy tale and more over princess obsessed.
This puzzle has princesses and fairies color on each square piece and in the middle is actually personalized with each of my girls’ names.
Lanaya was kind enough to send me not one, but two of these puzzles, which were personalized for each of my girls.
Reagan’s Toy Chest describes the puzzles, as each being a 18” x 12” puzzle that comes personalized with your child’s name, which are beautifully illustrated, high quality puzzles that are a great way to develop cognitive skills, problem solving, fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination and self-esteem. They are Published by I See Me! Inc. and are made for boys and girls ages 3-10. The puzzles are priced at $34.95 and they also offer free shipping on all orders in the contiguous 48 states in the USA.
Well, as soon as they saw their puzzles, they were truly excited and couldn’t wait to tear in the boxes and put them together. Seeing their very own names on each was truly the icing on the cake for them, because they are always fighting over toys and I need to write their names on everything. At this age, they can both read their names (Emma can write her full name, too). See, when it comes to toys they know whose toy is whose by seeing their name on it. So, this was truly perfect for them in more ways then one!
The girls put them together and then of course took them apart to do all over again. And they have been doing this ever since and can’t stop playing with them.
So, a total hit here for my girls to say the least. Truly these puzzles are an awesome gift idea for all the little ones on your Christmas shopping list this year.
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