Step2 Homerun Trainer Video Review

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Summer break is officially in full swing at my house which means the kids are home ALL. DAY. LONG. This is the time of year that all the toys come out and we see which ones continue to be a hit year after year and which toys get passed on again. We love outdoor toys at my house because that means my house is quiet on the inside if the kids are playing outside. Today, the Junior … [Read more...]

Baby Gizmo 12 Days of Christmas 2014 Giveaway – Day 8

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GIVEAWAY CLOSED! Congrats to our winners - Melissa W. -  Step2 Ford F150 SVT Raptor Amy F. - Step2 Spin & Go Cruiser On the 8th Day of Christmas, Baby Gizmo gave to me...(TWO WINNERS TODAY!)Winner #1 will receive:Step2 2-IN-1 FORD F-150 SVT RAPTOR Last week we introduced you to the this awesome toddler ride-on and today we are giving one away! The … [Read more...]

Baby Gizmo Spotlight Product Review: Inglesina Trilogy

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Inglesina was quiet for the past couple years but they are back with a vengeance for 2014. With the introduction of two new strollers and a new high chair, Inglesina is planning to take the baby gear world by storm.Today we are talking about the new Inglesina Trilogy. This full-size stroller, for newborns and children up to 3 years old, features a reversible seat, gigantic, … [Read more...]

Fisher-Price Little People Mike The Knight Klip Klop Arena Playset Review

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 When Fisher-Price debuted one of their most popular new holiday toys of the season for 2013, we are sure moms of boys let out a collective sigh. Yep, the Fisher-Price Disney Princess Klip Klop Stable was designed primarily for girls. This wasn't one of those toys that was a little bit girl or even close to gender neutral. This was a girl toy! But the fun Klip Klop … [Read more...]

Peg Perego Polaris Sportsman 850 Review (VIDEO)

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 We are back to holiday toy shopping! Yep, holiday toy talk in September is totally normal here at Baby Gizmo. Today we are talking ride-on vehicles!While our 3 to 6-year-olds love the traditional (outside) battery-powered vehicles, they usually outgrow them long before they want to stop riding them. Our 5 to 10-year-olds drop into a gap that manufacturers many … [Read more...]