03 April, 2011

ebeanstalk.com is so easy: A Review

What brought me to ebeanstalk.com was their wooden puzzles, which The Streaker just can't get enough of.  She could do puzzles all day and every day.  And believe it or not, at only (almost) 3 years old... she is great at them.  But I quickly saw that ebeanstalk.com has so much more than puzzles.  They have a ton of wooden toys along with toys in every other category you can think of!  Check this one out... I love it!
You can find that in the toys for 3 year olds category.  And in the Pretend Play Toys category, you can find a TON of play sets for boys and girls.  From barn sets to playing doctor, and from kitchen play to car mats.  I think this is my favorite section of the site.
There is definitely a huge array of toys to be seen at ebeanstalk.com.  Their Travel toys have everything you could need for a trip and their Arts and crafts for kids has some really great art projects and stamp sets.  The site is almost never ending.

But don't let the amount of toys on the site scare you off.  Their website is super easy to navigate with a bunch of ways to look for just the right toy.  They have pop-open tabs for categories and age, along with other helpful tabs, like brands and wishlist, etc.  What I love best about the site is that you don't have to leave the page that you are on to add things to your checklist or to check out what other categories of toys there are.  It's always such a pain to have to hit the backspace when shopping to get to the list with all the types of toys.  This site doesn't put you through all that crap.  And do you know what I loved best?  I don't think in all my browsing that I saw a single toy that took batteries.  No... I don't think I did, but I guess I could be wrong on that.
In fact, the only thing that I saw that I wasn't completely impressed with is that when I wanted to find out what a specific toy was made of, I couldn't find it anywhere.  It looked like foam, but if it were plastic, I would have been much more likely to want it... but I had no way of knowing.  However, if you don't have kids that like to chew up foam, it shouldn't be a problem.  And with toys like these, it's worth checking out!

Disclaimer: I received these products to review and was not paid for this review. My review is 100% my honest opinion.


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