There is no denying that my house is a home to many different Fisher-Price toys. Between various Little People Fun Sounds Farm, the Brilliant Basics Corn Popper, the Ocean Wonders Aquarium, the Brilliant Basics Rock-a-Stack, and this is just to name a few. One would say we have our bases covered with Fisher-Price products.
Nothing brings me more excitement than sitting back and watching my youngest’s imagination come alive through the world of play with Fisher-Price. If she is not playing with her Little People, you will usually find her near her Laugh & Learn Chair or playing with her Brilliant Basics Rock-a-Stack.
Her siblings are also known to get in on the fun. Sometimes I think they tend to forget that they have their own toys to play with. They have taken so much joy in all of the Fisher-Price toys I have brought out of storage over the last little while.
One of my favourite toys from their haul is the Brilliant Basics Rock-a-Stack. This toy and I go way back. It is something I played with during my childhood, and was one of the first toys I received when I found out I was expecting my first child 6 years ago.
Did you know that the Brilliant Basics Rock-a-Stack was first introduced in the 1960’s?
I can see why this retro toy has become so popular over the years. It is a toy that teaches thinking and problem solving skills as baby curiously can sit and discover various colours, and how to sort and stack the rings on the wobbly rocker base. It is a great toy to introduce to a child learning to sit up, as sitting up to play helps to exercise baby’s balance and coordination skills. The Rock-a-Stack has become one of my go-to gifts whenever I have a baby shower to attend. It’s a toy that can see it’s way passed down over a lifetime.
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