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Gifts Kids Review

Our Little Passports Early Explorers 2nd & 3rd Shipments

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We received free products and if you click & buy, we may receive a small commission, thank you. Did you read my Little Passports Early Explorers review a few months ago? My son was so excited knowing that he’d be receiving 2 more packages. Every time we got the mail he said “is there anything for me?” Now that we’ve received the 2nd & 3rd shipments, I’ll share what we received and what he thought!

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Guest Posting Kids

5 Tax Deductions Parents Often Miss

5 Tax Deductions Parents Often Miss

5 Tax Deductions Parents Often Miss

For some people, deductions, exemptions, and credits remain roughly the same over time. If you and your family have experienced major life changes over the past year, you may qualify for additional tax deductions to offset your liability. Parents, in particular, enjoy increased deductions for children of all ages.

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Baby Products Kids Natural Personal Care Products Review

Babyganics Safe & Effective Skincare (Dad Owned Company!)

Babyganics Gentle Skincare Review via @chgdiapers 1

I receive free products from Guidance Guide for review purposes but my opinions are all my own. Babyganics was founded when Kevin, a father, wanted products that were both mindful of the planet and would help make their home a safe place for their children. Today Kevin and his friend Keith, fathers to 5 children between them, run the company. Using their own experiences, community feedback, and the latest scientific research, they continue to create safe, effective and sustainable products.

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Gifts Kids Review

Little Passports Early Explorers – Here’s What We Thought

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We received free products and if you click & buy, we may receive a small commission, thank you. Little Passports has been on my radar for a while as a fun, monthly subscription that’s also educational. I’m a bit particular about how much “stuff” I bring into the house and now that I’ve actually received a shipment, I feel like this is a very happy medium! There are several options available to suit kids from ages 3 to 14. Early Explorers is for ages 3-5, World Edition is for ages 6-10, USA edition is age 7-12 and Science Expeditions is for ages 9+. I went back and forth on what I should get but decided on the Early Explorers for my 5-year old. The day the package arrived, my 7-year old was disappointed that he didn’t get one, so I think the World Edition may be in my future.

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Kids

Why You Should Play Minecraft: Story Mode with Your Kids

Written by Mr. Change Diapers – if you click & buy, I may receive a small commission, thank you! I first heard about Minecraft: Story Mode at Minecon 2015 in London. The first trailer for the game was shown during the opening ceremony and it was eventually released later that year. While my son played it and I watched some parts of the gameplay I found the controls awkward (being used to normal Minecraft) and since I happened to just drop in on whatever point he was at in the game I did not really understand what was going on or what the point was. The game consisted of a season which was comprised of 8 episodes, like a TV show series. The one I was most familiar with and saw the most of was Episode 6 which included cameos from several well-known YouTube personalities.

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