This Five Things post is my first-ever "Quad Squad Edition" that features some of the items the crew is loving right now! Plus a bonus item!
1. Old Navy bootcut jeans - I've got a bunch of skinny minnies so these pants have proven to fit well, both on the girls and Harrison. I like that the 18-24 month sizes don't swallow them up and the legs are long enough!
2. Munchkin Snack Catchers - After learning how to use these months ago, these snack catchers have made my life a million times easier! The kids all get their own snack cup after naps and can eat from them freely in the play room at their leisure. They squeal with excitement every time I bring them out!
3. Baby Einstein On The Go & Baby's Favorite Places - The two newest additions to our Baby Einstein DVD collection, these films are fantastic for familiarizing the babies with common places around town (like the post office and library) as well as moving objects like cars, boats and more. They point and repeat most of the words and love all the colorful images. We're big Baby Einstein fans over here. ;)
4. Melissa & Doug Construction Wooden Chunky Puzzle - I've acquired several of these types of puzzles over the past few weeks since Harrison has taken to doing puzzles like a lil genius—and I'm a huge fan of all Melissa & Doug products. He loves them! Right now this is his favorite and it's adorable how his sisters look over his shoulder while he puts it together and then take their turn at it when he moves on.
5. Aveeno Baby Eczema Therapy Moisturizing Cream - Harrison had a mild all-over case of eczema ever since he was a tiny baby and eventually we got it under control when our current pediatrician recommended using this lotion. It works wonders and I'm so glad that's all it took!
6. Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Stack & Roll Cups - We've got about four complete sets of these cups, some new and some used, that the kids enjoy taking apart and putting together and stacking inside each other. They've messed with them for months but now really seem to understand the various ways they work and the numbers and bright colors come in handy for teaching.
I look forward to your feedback on this new addition to the blog as well as what some of your tot's favorite things are, too! Leave me a note in the comments section!