Baby Bush Toys

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by Stacey

After the revelation this summer that Baby Einstein videos may not actually be good for babies, some parents have decided to lower their expectations. If you’re one of those, this new line of toys may be just the thing for you. Thanks to the new NY Times Laugh Lines blog for the tip.

Sure, we all want what’s best for our kids, but let’s face the truth: not every child can grow up to be Einstein! At the Baby Bush Toy Company, we offer an exciting range of products for the resoundingly average child.

There’s the “Circle of Liberty Puzzle” that challenges the child age 5 and up to fit a circle with a knob into a circular space. And the all-red Rubix cube. The toys also seek to teach children about the alarming world we live in. Today’s feature item, the Lil’ Looming Disaster Pillow, shown above, “ensures that your child never forgets that the world is full of bad people plotting evil deeds.” There’s also the “Terror Alert Xylophone” with each note color-coded with the appropriate terror alert level.

Parents love ’em! Just listen.

Our son Braydon had just turned 3 years old, and he was only interested in eating rocks. The dental bills were going through the roof, and the toys from those “other” companies were just too confusing for him. He’d be so angry and frustrated that he’d throw the rocks right through our windows – windows that we just had double-paned no less. Then I heard about your company and saw the Baby Bush Rock Quarry. It was the perfect toy for Braydon! Now, instead of eating the rocks, he pours them all over himself and screams that he’s been trapped in the rubble. His father and I go and rescue him, and besides a few scrapes and scratches, he’s ready to play again. Thank you Baby Bush…for bringing my family together, and for giving me my windows back.

I know where I’m going for my holiday shopping…

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