Friday Giveaway Roundup

Fisher-Price introduces BIGFOOT! Credit: Fisher-Price
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Toy Fair 2010: New Toddler Toys We Love

Tired of hearing the same old songs on your toddler's play things? Trade them in for this year's batch of cool new toys we found at the recent 2010 Toy Fair for the 2-and-under set, available now or later this year.
Pacific Entertainment

Toy puppy grows, knows your name

As I've mentioned before, my fiance doesn't think I'm responsible enough to care for a dog, so we won't be getting a real one anytime soon. However, this doesn't change the fact that I want one really bad -- so maybe this weird, growing dog toy can t...

Product Recall: Fisher-Price toys by the dozen!

It's happened again. There is new recall involving a huge number of toys with excessive amounts of lead-based paint. This time it's Fisher-Price toys and, as you've probably guessed, they were all made in China. These toys were all made between April...

The Junior Photographer

I have taken well over twenty thousand photos (including two or three good ones!) since Jared was born, so the kids are kinda used to seeing me with a camera. Lately, Jared had been playing with the toy cameras at school a lot and asking if he could ...

Fisher-Price hit with $975K fine

Sometimes, companies make a mistake. They put out a product which has a defect or design flaw that could be a danger to children, but do not discover the product until after it's been on the market for a while. In theory, they report the problems to ...

Product Recall: "Laugh and Learn" Learning Bunny Toys

Fisher-Price, of East Aurora, N.Y. in cooperation with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, is voluntarily recalling their "Laugh and Learn" Learning Bunny Toys. These toys feature a pink pompom nose which can detach from the toy, posing a choking...


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