The Music Man’s Songbook Review and Giveaway

One theme which consistently appears on my blog is my love of music. I have been an avid music fan since the day I was born. Even in my earliest days whenever I heard music I would stop whatever I happened to be doing and I would listen intently.

As I got a little older I began to enjoy watching mommy and daddy dance. Around this time I also became fascinated by singing. I wanted to know how mommy was managing to make music with her mouth. It didn’t take me long to figure it out and soon I was making some music of my own.

Singing is still one of my favourite activities and even though I don’t know many words yet, I don’t let that stop me. I sing music and it doesn’t have to involve words. The dancing aspect took a bit more figuring but I’m a big girl now and quite the dancer. A good beat always gets my body wiggling.

When mommy told me that I would be getting a copy of The Music Man’s Songbook to review, I was very excited. Every day mommy and I went down the street to the mailbox to see if it arrived. Soon there was a neat package waiting for us and we raced home to open it.

The Music Man’s Songbook is a compilation of 12 unique song written just for kids. The lyrics to these songs are clearly printed amid colourful illustrations. The pages are printed on good quality paper but this is not a board book. Nevertheless, mommy let me flip through the pages by myself to look at the pretty pictures and they were able to withstand my somewhat rough treatment.

Toddler flipping through a book

Look at the pretty pictures!

The illustrations were done by Gemma Wells and they are bold, colourful, and have almost a tribal feel. Jon Lawrence is the author and musician involved in this project. Jon was the writer, composer, and performer that you hear on the CD.

The best part is the plastic sleeve attached to the inside of the back cover. There you will find a CD containing these very songs. This is what I had been looking for. I waited anxiously as mommy removed the CD from the sleeve and carefully placed it into the CD player.

Our CD player likes to do things with flare and put on a good show. The five disk tray did a spin before it receded back into the machine. After flashing some lights the CD player started to read the disk and the music began to play. I sat in the middle of our living room and listened intently to a song about caterpillars.

Mommy followed along with the book of lyrics and by the second verse she was singing the words too. I haven’t quite mastered reading yet but the music itself was good enough for me. Besides, I don’t need words to sing. I managed to improvise my own music and sing along too.

The second song on the CD is about the body and it is my favourite. It didn’t take long before I was into it so I jumped up off the ground and danced around the living room. Mommy loves my wiggle so she put down the book and got up to dance around with me. Mommy and I went through the entire CD that day and we had great fun.

If you’re getting tired of the same old songs and you want new music to get your wiggle going, The Music Man’s Songbook is for you. Each song is happy with an upbeat feel that just makes you want to join in. Sometimes we sang along and other times we danced. The music is crisp and the words are clear and easy to understand. Perfect for mommies and Peachies alike.

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Adventuring With Mojhi

I’m a toddler and that means my job consists primarily of exploration. It’s full-time employment which involves exploration, adventure, and trekking to new locations. I’m meticulous and very thorough leaving no stone unturned. Exploring is serious business.

At home I explore under the couch and inside the dishwasher. In the yard I make sure to thoroughly explore every square inch of dirt by excavating with my shovel and bucket. At the park I explore every stick and every stone that I can get my hands on. When we go to the grocery store I explore by running up and down each aisle repeatedly.

Peachy having an outdoor adventure

Exploring can be messy.

Every serious explorer knows that true exploration requires adventuring. I love going on expeditions to explore new things and trekking to new places. I’ve been many locations already such as my grandparents’ house, the big park down the street, the mall, and even a few restaurants. All these places have been fun and I am ready for new places to explore.

Daddy’s vacation is just a few weeks away and we have several adventures planned. This will be my chance to explore the beach, go for a hike at the zoo, and I’ll even get to try my hand at boating. These adventures do sound fun and I am looking forward to having these experiences. I think they will be the perfect stepping stone to prepare me for the adventure I’ve been planning for myself.

After the experiences I’ll have this summer, I think I’ll be ready to take on some real trekking. While mommy has been busy researching toddler friendly activities for us to do on vacation, I have been investigating bigger adventures. I think that I have found the perfect activity for me. I’ve decided to take on Mount Kilimanjaro.

Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano in Tanzania. With an elevation of 5895 meters, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest volcano outside of South America. It is part of the Kilimanjaro National Park which is governed by the Tanzanian National Parks Authority. Mount Kilimanjaro has several official trekking routes and is a very popular tourist attraction.

While researching my Kilimanjaro adventure, I stumbled upon a website called Mojhi allows you to compare adventure activities and customize a package that’s right for you. They work with vendors and tour operators to help you put together the expedition of your dreams at the best possible price. With quality discounts, a paperless system, and the ability to book online, Mojhi makes it easy and convenient to create a once in a lifetime kind of adventure experience.

One of the options offered on is a Kilimanjaro climb. Just a quick look and I knew this would be easy. Mojhi breaks it down into five simple steps to plan my trekking adventure.

Peachy has Mount Kilimanjaro in her sights

Mount Kilimanjaro here I come!

1. Chose your trekking route

The first step is to select your preferred route. I’ve decided on the Lemosho trail. Mojhi describes it as quieter and scenic. A good view is very important to me when I go hiking. It also has good acclimatization and the highest success rate. This will be my first climb and I want to set myself up for success by not choosing something overly difficult and beyond my abilities.

2. The size of your party

Next you chose the number of people you will be adventuring with. My party consists of mommy, daddy, and myself. That’s three, so I’m selecting the small group option which includes 3-4 people.

3. Group and private tours

The next step is to decide if you want your party to join a group tour consisting of several parties, or if you prefer a private tour arranged just for your party. I imagine it would be cheaper to join a group tour, but money is of no interest to me. I’m selecting the private tour.

4. Do you want safari with that?

Mojhi offers you the option of adding an African safari adventure to your Kilimanjaro climb. Two adventures in one? Why not! I do like animals and I want to get the most out of my safari experience, so I’m selecting the 7 to 9 day African safari.

5. Save the date

The last step is to select which dates you can go on your adventure. I have to be realistic here. It’s going to take me some time to prepare for my Kilimanjaro climb. My summer is already booked with the adventures mommy is planning, and daddy will probably want to go back to work for a bit before another vacation. December is my birthday and I want to be here so that I can get my presents. Then we have Christmas and more presents. I’ll have to delay my Kilimanjaro climb until January.

Finally I entered my contact information and pressed the button to get quotes. While I wait to receive my information, I have to consider how to present my trekking adventure idea to mommy. This will take a bit of finesse. I’ll need to be tactful.

I suspect that mommy will say an African safari is too dangerous and that Kilimanjaro is no place for a blogging toddler. I have until January to show mommy that I can do this and to prove how mature I really am. I will be 2 whole years old by then. Surely that’s old enough. Maybe it can be my birthday and Christmas present? I’m certain that we can work something out.

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Appelsin Town Review and Giveaway

I was once a fun loving baby. I enjoyed eye contact, sucking my fists, making funny faces, and watching the lights turn on and off. These days I’m a fun loving toddler. I now find enjoyment in running after our cats, playing with dirt in the yard, finding out how far I can throw things, and amusing myself with the games on my tablet.

Peachy as a baby having fun by making faces.

This used to pass for entertainment.

The world is full of apps that can be downloaded onto my tablet with only a bit of cooperation from mommy. I recently found a new game to play and I’ve been having a lot of fun with it. It’s called Appelsin Town and it’s a cute game that actually consists of three games in one. Each separate game has a unique character and a different activity with certain tasks to perform.

The home screen of Appelsin Town is indeed a town. There you will find three colourful homes along with the characters that live there. The home screen immediately caught my attention as it is colourful and bright. The pictures are large and clear which make them easy to aim at with small hands. Click on a house and be taken to a unique activity.

Appelsin Town

The Appelsin Town

The first home belongs to the tall giraffe. Here you can decorate cupcakes for the giraffe to eat. You begin with three cupcakes and each has a different frosting. You have four toppings to choose from to make the cupcakes special, and of course there are sprinkles. Decorate cupcakes in almost endless combinations.

The next home belongs to the adorable bunny. This bunny has a garden where carrots grow. Water the carrots to help them grow big. When they are ready, feed the carrots to the bunny to make him happy. The bunny also has a mailbox where a truck drops off mysterious packages. Click on the packages to find out what’s inside. Everyone likes to receive a surprise in the mail.

The last home belongs to Juno the lamb. The lamb is having a picnic and he needs your help. Set up the plates and cups, then search in the picnic basket to find the food. The lamb will even eat the food if you feed it to him. Don’t forget to release the balloons!

Each house has a doorbell that you can ring, a laughing sun you can click, and a few surprises for you to discover. I don’t want to give it all away! You’ll just have to explore Appelsin Town for yourself to find all of the fun and interactive features. The exploring is the best part. You just never know what you’ll find.

Appelsin Apps Logo

Appelsin Town is made by Appelsin Apps. Appelsin has several games geared towards preschoolers. I’ve had my eye on a couple of their other apps but I haven’t had a chance to try the others out yet. So many games to play and so little time.

Appelsin is partnering with us to give you an opportunity to get the Appelsin Town game for free. Enter below for your chance to win. We’re giving away one copy from the Apple app store and a second copy from Google play. Make sure you enter the giveaway for your preferred device.

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For the purpose of this review we were given a free copy of the Appelsin Town app. All opinions expressed are honest and our own.

KidloLand Review and Giveaway

Every day mommy tries to teach me new things. Most of the time my lessons consist of learning what different things are called. Mommy teaches me about my body parts, what to call the members of my family, words for the things on my plate, what my toys are called, and all sorts of words for various things around our home and neighbourhood. There are a lot of words to learn!

I’m understanding more each day but it’s hard and tedious work. There is a lot of repetition involved and there are many words that sound similar. It’s hard to remember what each of the words mean and it’s very easy to get confused. I hate feeling confused. It makes me want to give up on learning.

Some days I wish we could just skip our lessons. I don’t have much interest in talking and although it’s nice to know what others are saying, I’m just not sure it’s worth the trouble. I was perfectly happy before I realized all these sounds had any meaning to them. I miss those simpler times.

Now that mommy knows I’m big enough to comprehend the concept of words, she keeps pushing the learning. Sometimes she will push too hard and then I don’t want to learn anything and I pretending that I can’t hear mommy at all. That’s when I refuse to answer mommy’s questions, pay attention to what mommy is doing, or even look at mommy. When I’ve had enough the lesson is over.

Peachy would rather play than study.

Learning over! Lets play!

Rather than spend my time on frustrating learning, I prefer to play. I like to play with my toys, look at my books, go outside, and jump around on mommy and daddy. All these things are much more fun than boring learning. If I’m extra good, mommy even lets me play my apps on the tablet. I love that!

A few weeks ago mommy downloaded a new app for me. It’s called KidloLand and it is amazing. I loved it from the first time mommy opened it for me. There are tonnes of games to choose from and each one has its selling points. Packed full of sounds, colours, and songs, KidloLand is now my favourite app to play.

When mommy opens the KidloLand app for me, we are presented with several categories to choose from. My favourite is the Fruits and Vegetables category, but I also really like the Nursery Rhymes, Stories, Colours and Shapes, and of course the Games categories. There are many others to choose from such as Activities, Numbers, Phonics, and even Christmas. KidloLand has a game for everyone.

The Fruits and Vegetables is the best! When mommy opens it three options pop up. The first is the fruits game, the second is the vegetables game, and the third is additional fruits and vegetables games. All three are good options but my favourite are the fruits.

KidloLand fruits game

We’re going to play the fruits game!

Once mommy presses on the fruits game, we’re taken to the screen of fruits and vegetables so that I can resume where I left off. One click on the fruit of choice and the fun begins. A song begins to play about the selected fruit while several of the fruits are shown engaging in all sorts of activities. The melody is pleasant and the videos are colourful with interactive components.

Mommy and I like to play the fruits game together for extra fun. The last time we played the first song we heard was about limes. I have never tried a lime but I have seen them at the grocery store. I recognized them when they popped up on the screen and I had no trouble pointing one out when mommy asked me to find a lime.

Next came a song about papaya. This is not a fruit I’m familiar with. I watched the papaya on the screen and listened to the song which explained that papaya are tropical fruit that grow on tall trees. As the song pointed out, they look a bit like pears on the outside, but the inside is quite different. Mommy said we will look for the papaya next time we go grocery shopping and if we find it we’ll bring some home for me to try.

The next song was about peaches. I have tried peaches before and as long as mommy peels one for me, I do enjoy them. As mommy and I sat there listening to the song, I suddenly heard my name being called repeatedly. Upon closer investigation I realized it was coming out of the tablet!

Kidloland peachy screenshot

I’m Peachy!

Peaches, peach, Peachy. Of course! It makes perfect sense. I’m mommy’s little peach because I’m fuzzy and sweet just like the fruit. The peach section of the fruits game is now my very favourite part of the entire app. It’s practically about me!

When I’m not listening to the song about peaches and interacting with the video, I’m probably playing with the vegetables game, the shapes game, or the colours game. Each of these are basically the same concept. I like that mommy and I can watch the videos, hear the songs, click on the screen to see the characters react, and talk about what we see.

There are many other kinds of games too. I personally enjoy the popper games and KidloLand has several to choose from. These games consist of various shapes that you have to catch to pop. I also really enjoy the egg surprise games and there are several versions of these as well. The game begins with an egg and after several taps the egg breaks open to reveal the surprise inside.

KidloLand has a lot of other games but many of them I’m not big enough for. There are colouring games, puzzles, tracing games, connect the dots, and many others. I don’t find these games that interesting but mommy says I’ll probably love them when I’m a bit bigger. KidloLand has games for kids of all ages.

Mommy found her own favourite game. She likes the decorating games. KidloLand has a few options for these games too. Mommy likes the cake decorator, beach theme, as well as the Christmas ones. It’s not as great as dancing fruit and vegetables but mommy does manage to come up with some pretty pictures.

KidloLand beach decorating

Mommy made this for you

I’m still exploring the games KidloLand has to offer. I spotted a whole section for musical games that I haven’t explored yet and I am determined to try that next. I know it’s a section that’s going to be musical because the icon for it is a lion playing the piano. Mommy has confirmed that it is a selection of musical games. She says that she doesn’t know how educational those games are but that we can still check them out.

That got me thinking. Educational? Isn’t that like learning? This isn’t a frustrating lesson. Doesn’t mommy know this isn’t about learning. KidloLand is for having fun!

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On the Trail of the Missing Pets Review and Giveaway

This week mommy and I travelled back in time and helped solve a mystery! It was a great adventure. How often do you get to solve a mystery, let alone time travel? It was very exciting and I have been looking forward to telling you all about it.

It all began last week when our copy of On the Trail of the Missing Pets arrived in the mail. Mommy and I didn’t have much information on this book and we had no idea what to expect. Excited to find out more, we flipped through the pages and quickly realized that this book is full of beautiful illustrations. Clearly this is a book any child would enjoy.

I was eager to get started on this book, but we were in the middle of another story and mommy likes to finish one book before starting another. We finished off our reading over the weekend and as of Monday we started On the Trail of the Missing Pets. It was worth the wait!

I am super excited to tell you about this book. The last several book reviews I did were for books that are written for grown-ups. While I am very mature and an advanced reader, I do prefer books with cute stories and pretty pictures. I finally get to tell you about a book written not for mommy, but for me!

On the Trail of the Missing Pets is a book for kids of all ages. I have already mentioned the illustrations, but I am so enamoured with these lovely pictures that I just have to tell you more. Every page of this story is covered in large and colourful illustrations that bring so much life to the story. The pictures are my favourite part!

Mommy and I were surprised to find out that this book is written in rhyming verse. I enjoy that because rhyme adds a certain rhythm and melody to the words. It really brings another facet to reading. It’s strange and I can’t really explain it, but stories that rhyme feel magical to me.

The story itself is very good too and both mommy and I were swept away by it. The main character is a lady by the name of Violet Vintage. I found her pleasant but somewhat unremarkable. I was much more charmed by Spike, her assistant and companion.

Spike is a dog and I have been learning about dogs at the park. We don’t have dogs, but we do have two cats. Dogs are a bit like cats except that they seem to come in a large assortment of shapes and sizes. Spike is a large dog with brown fur. I like Spike!

Peachy looking for Spike the dog

Spike! Is that you?

Violet and Spike travel through time with the help of Violet’s wardrobe. It doesn’t take long before they find themselves transported to 1944. The story takes place in London during World War II. There are all sorts of scary but exciting things going on while Spike and Violet try to figure out where they are.

Things move along at a good pace and we quickly discover our mission. With all the chaos of war going on within the city, pets have been going missing. The kindhearted Violet and her trusty assistant Spike eagerly agree to help and we all set off in search of the missing pets.

Soon a mysterious figure appears from the shadows. He seems to be the one responsible for the pets’ disappearance. Spike and Violet are in pursuit but will they find the man in time? Can they save the pets before it’s too late? Is Spike in danger of being abducted himself? You’ll have to read the story to find out!

At the end of the book are a few pages of facts about life during World War II. I have actually never heard about World War II before, so this was an enlightening read for me. It has made me much more appreciative of being born in 2015. We don’t have to worry about getting enough food to eat, or finding clothes to wear.

Reading On the Trail of the Missing Pets was fun, exciting, and informative. One question remains. Will Violet and Spike have more adventures? If Violet’s wardrobe has the potential of transporting them to any place in history, there could be endless adventures in store for them. I can’t wait to find out where they go next!

On the Trail of the Missing Pets was both written and illustrated by Marianne Su Yin. Marianne is the mother of two boys and the owner of the real Spike. They live on the Isle of Wight where Marianne spends her time writing and creating historical fashion pieces. Please take a moment to visit Marianne’s website and say hello. I’m sure she would love to hear from you.

Time for the best part! Enter our giveaway for a chance to win your own copy of On the Trail of the Missing Pets and find out what happens to Violet, Spike, and all the missing pets. Click below to enter.

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Shopping Made Easy

We’ve had a lot of holidays and celebrations lately which required presents to be purchased. Mommy and I do most of the present shopping and it is generally a tedious process. We never really know what we’re shopping for and we end up wandering around the aisles looking for inspiration. By the end we’re both exhausted and somewhat fussy.

I’ve been on a mission to find a better way of finding unique gifts for all those special occasions. I came across a website called UncommonGoods. This store is packed with unique and unusual gift ideas for everyone. They have gift that can be personalized for a wedding, interesting items for your anniversary, unusual baby themed gifts that I wouldn’t mind getting for myself, and gifts for anyone you could think of.

I did a bit of research and UncommonGoods is pretty amazing. This company has a focus on sustainability. Their policies include environmentally friendly initiatives, social responsibility, and high employee morale. They believe in treating people fairly and offer their employees great benefits and competitive wages. The products are made by artists and small manufacturers and UncommonGoods ensures that every product they sell does no harm to humans of animals.

In the last two months we celebrated both Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. These two holidays have brought me to a revelation. Mommy and daddy are hard to shop for! They already have me. What else could they possibly want?

Peachy is gift enough

Can’t I just give the gift of me?

I decided to take the proactive approach and create my shopping list for mommy and daddy now. When the next special occasion comes along, I’ll be ready. Here are a few ideas I came up with while browsing UncommonGoods. I’m sure mommy and daddy would love to get any one of these!

Gifts for Mommy

Mommy is impossible to surprise. She is always with me. So I’ll have to be extra crafty if I want to surprise her with an unexpected present. I might need daddy to help me with this. I’ll be sure to bring these gift ideas to daddy’s attention.

UncommonGoods gifts for mommy

Shattered Glass Ceiling Necklace

I know that mommy would love the symbolism behind this necklace. The glass ceiling represents the barriers that women face in the advancement of their careers. Before I came along, mommy spent many years trying to break those barriers and shatter that ceiling.

Personalized Family Print

Now that mommy has me in her life, family has taken on an even more important role in mommy’s life. I’m sure she would love a decorative piece to represent our family that she could display with pride. This unusual print allows you to customize the characters to depict your family.

Blossom Earrings

I just love the idea of these earrings. Not only is this a piece of jewellery, each earring is also a vase! A splash of water and a tiny plant transforms these earrings into wearable floral arrangements. Even the woman who has everything probably doesn’t have these.

Gifts for Daddy

Daddy is not as difficult to surprise but very hard to shop for. Much to mommy’s relief, my daddy doesn’t follow any sports. That does however narrow our selection of gift ideas. So many gifts for men are centred around sports and teams. Most are adorned with logos that I know nothing about. There are things that daddy does like and after rummaging around the website, it turned out that coming up with gift ideas for daddy was not as difficult as I thought.

UncommonGoods gifts for daddy

Pizza Grow Kit

One thing that daddy does love is pizza. Daddy also likes to dabble with homegrown vegetables. As soon as I spotted this gift, I knew daddy would love it. This handy kit contains everything daddy would need to grow his own organic pizza toppings! Such a great idea and cute too.

Handmade Razor Blade Sharpener

Daddy seems to shave his face an awful lot and he really dislikes a dull razor. We spend a fortune on disposable razor cartridges. That’s money that could be spent on presents for me! What daddy needs is a razor blade sharpener.

Owl Eyeglass Holder

You may recall from a previous post I wrote that my daddy wears glasses. For reasons I don’t fully understand, daddy always takes his glasses off when he goes to bed at night. I just love this clever night owl and I think he would do an excellent job of holding on to daddy’s glasses while he sleeps.

Gifts for Me

Shopping for other people makes me want to buy things for myself. I just couldn’t navigate away from this website without making a little list of items for me. If anyone is looking to buy me a present, here are a few gift ideas. Just in case you were wondering.

UncommonGoods gifts for baby

Bamboo Suction Toddler Plate Set

I love the compartments on this cute plate and I appreciate that it is made out of bamboo. We toddlers can’t be trusted with glass and therefore most of our dishes tend to be made of plastic. That’s not something we’re a fan of at our house. I’m sure mommy would also appreciate the suction cup at the bottom of this plate which helps to keep it in place.

DNA Art Portrait

This is the most unusual piece of art I have ever come across. Each one is as unique as the person it is made for. From a simple and painless cheek swab, a sample of DNA is collected. It is then turned into this graphic representation of your very own DNA. As a bonus, the colours can be customized too.

Indestructible Baby Book Set

I love books with their words and pretty pictures. What I don’t love is how fragile they are. It’s very upsetting when your favourite book comes apart in your mouth. That’s why I love these books. They are designed to withstand anything a baby or toddler can throw at them, and they can survive the dishwasher too.

Why not take a quick look around UncommonGoods the next time you find yourself in need of a gift? Or maybe treat yourself to a little present. I’m sure it won’t take long before you find something you can’t help but want.

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Klipeasy Review and Giveaway

Have you heard of Klipeasy? It’s a bit like a cross between a clothespin and binder clip. Don’t feel bad if you’ve never heard of Klipeasy before. It’s a brand new product that’s just about to make its debut. This is insider information folks!

Klipeasy was invented by Bernard Derely. Its original purpose was to prevent socks from going missing in the wash by clipping them together before throwing them in the machine. When Bernard gave the clips to family and friends for testing, they came back with different ways to use Klipeasy. Bernard realized he had come up with more than just a sock clip.

Klipeasy Logo

This strong and versatile little clip is made of quality materials. The clip body is made of polycarbonate. This strong material is heat-resistant and can withstand the washer and the dryer. The single piece spring is made of chromed manganese steel that will never rust.

Klipeasy is designed with a flat head so that it won’t damage your belongings. It has a textured grip for easier handling. The clips will be available in 8 pretty colours. Best of all, one of the features of Klipeasy are the hanging holes designed for use with the suction cup hooks. Here is a cute video that has been put together by the people who make Klipeasy demonstrating some of the uses for these mighty little clips.

Mommy and I received a package of 64 clips along with 3 suction cups to test. We spent a week going around our home looking for ways to use Klipeasy. The possibilities are truly endless and there really is no limit to what these clips can do. Here are a few of our favourite ways to use Klipeasy.

Our home office is mommy’s domain and it often looks like a filing cabinet exploded in there. Maybe one did. I don’t always know what goes on in there. Mommy clipped bundles of paper together with the Klipeasy. Then she inserted a thumbtack through the hanging hole and stuck them to the cork board. Now bundles of paper that were too thick for thumbtacks can go on the cork board too.

Mommy paired a Klipeasy with a suction cup and stuck it to our hallway mirror. It’s the ideal place for small objects that need to be brought along on our outings. Perfect for outgoing mail, empty shopping bags, or mommy’s keys. Especially useful when mommy is trying to get out the door loaded up with my diaper bag, her purse, and of course me. Now our hallway mirror is an organization center.

We used a few Klipeasy clips to organize our winter gear and put it away for when the cold weather returns. Klipeasy is great for socks but works just as well with mittens and gloves. As an added bonus, matching scarves and hats can easily be added for complete sets. Now our closet is neat and tidy and we’re all set for next winter.

Mommy made each of us a closet organizer out of a plastic hanger and some Klipeasy clips. Mommy put a narrow ribbon through the hole of each clip and wrapped the ribbon around the long side of the hanger. Then we clipped the small items we had sitting around to the hanger and hung it up in the closet. Perfect for scarves, belts, and ties. I even put my slippers on there because my slippers are small to match my little feet.

Peachy with a Klipeasy

Let’s try another one!

Mommy found a nice fabric bag for my bath toys. She used a Klipeasy clip and a suction cup to stick the bag to the tiles above the bathtub. Now all my toys are easily accessible to me when I’m in the tub. They can also drain and dry in the bag preventing germs and mold.

We loved the idea of using Klipeasy to close opened bags of food. It keeps them fresher longer and prevents spilling. No more stale Cheerios! Mommy has clipped together like items such as gravy mixes, spices, and miscellaneous baking supplies to keep things organized. Klipeasy has also done a great job of keeping our tablecloths and matching napkins together, as well as sets of place mats.

The mess of cables behind our TV has always been a dust magnet. We gave a few Klipeasy clips to daddy and set him to work. Now the area behind the TV is clear and dust bunny free. It has even allowed us to move the TV stand closer to the wall. More room to play!

Mommy found some small nails that fit through the hanging hole in the Klipeasy clips. She hammered the nails into the wooden wall on the inside of our garden shed. Now all the small items that have been tumbling about the shed are clipped to the wall. Packets of seeds, plant food, gardening gloves, and even some bags filled with other gardening supplies.

All these ideas after only a week with Klipeasy. I wonder what we’ll come up with in the coming months. Want to see how you can use Klipeasy around your home? Check out the Klipeasy Kickstarter campaign page to reserve your own set of Klipeasy. There are several options to choose from and don’t forget to check out the accessories.

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* We were given a free set of Klipeasy for the purpose of this review. All views and opinions are honest and our own.

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