SF Kids had a few new chairs and fabrics in their line up.
Chill on a pink junior chaise.
Tween dream, a pink over sized chair with zebra pillows.
Memory foam meets bean bag. Thumbs up from seating tester Annie. We will be stocking these in several colors.
We found a sea of Disney bean bags.
Papa Bear and Baby Bear Chairs.
Once you wore them, now they can wear you.
Marie Antoinette chair.
In the game of seating this one wins the game.
A tire ottoman.
Take a Paw-s in this chair.
A butterfly with dots.
Sealed with a kiss in red or…..
Here Comes the Bride Sale!
Help us wish Amber a happy wedding day! Stop by Totally Kids or give her a call. If for some reason, wink wink, Amber happens to be out of the office we will pass on your good wishes when she returns from her honeymoon.
Good wishes = 15% OFF anything & everything online or in the showroom, now though her big wedding day Saturday, July 28th.
You can have your own wedding cake and pretend eat it too!
Offer not valid on prior purchases, with gift cards or other offers.
Help your kiddos stay cool. How to beat the heat!
Beat the heat this summer with this clever kids car wash for keeping the kiddos cool and trikes clean. Just hold the hot wax please! Some very lucky kids at Child’s Garden Preschool in Covedale, Ohio had the pleasure of partaking in this seriously awesome kids car wash. You can make one too with instructions from Family Fun’s how to with PVC pipe, pool noodles and sponges.
It’s a Sweet Little Holiday today. The National Confectioners Association has designated July 20 as National Lollipop Day. A lollipop may also be called a lolly, a sucker, dum dum or a sticky-pop. An ice lollipop in the USA is called a popsicle.
The idea of a hard candy on a stick is fairly simple, and it’s entirely probable that the lollipop has been invented and reinvented numerous times. The word “lolly-pop” dates to 1784, but initially referred to soft, rather than hard candy. The term probably derived from the term “lolly” (tongue) and “pop” (slap). The first references to the lollipop in its modern context date to the 1920s.
The first confectioneries that closely resemble what we call lollipops date to the Middle Ages, when the nobility would often eat boiled sugar with the aid of sticks or handles. The invention of the modern lollipop is still something of a mystery, but a number of American companies in the early 20th century have laid claim to it.
“How many Licks does it take to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop“. If you are over thirty, you may remember this question. So….can you answer the question?
What were the first 3 words that you saw?
Watermelon that’s too cute to eat! Plus it’s a cool cook together for the entire family. This week’s Recipe for Fun is from Dine and Dish and we suggest making a double recipe so you and the kiddos can eat as you create.
All that you will need for this watermelon treat is Rice Krispies, marshmallows, raisins and flavored Kool Aid.
It would be perfect to bring to your next pool party or BBQ!
Dine and Dish has complete instructions for this simple kid friendly recipe, hop on over to get the 411.