As I've gotten older, I've realized that I'd much rather spend a couple of extra dollars on something that is better made and longer lasting. Kids are hard on toys so this is important to me as a parent. Today, I want to share with you my picks for affordable toddler toys from The Baby Cubby. One of the things I love most about their toys is that they are unique and durable as well as affordable. Most of their toys are for boys or girls (with the exception of a few). The toys I'm showing below are for 2-5 year old range. (Click on the link below the picture to see more information.)
*This post is sponsored by The Baby Cubby. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.
Baby Primers (30 classics)
What makes The Baby Cubby different?
So if you're anything like me, you've been on tons of websites for baby/toddler/kid stuff searching for great products at a great price. We all like to get the best bang for our buck! But it's also nice to know that where you're shopping values more than just your money. At The Baby Cubby, their team is made up of parents just like you who want the best products for their kids. They want to support you through parenthood with helpful resources and encouragement. (And don't we all need a little bit of that? *wink*) You can read a little more about them HERE.
Besides great products, they also offer price matching (even on Amazon prices) and free shipping on orders over $49 (which isn't hard to do, believe me!). If you are local, they are located about 10-15 minutes south of Provo and about 25 minutes north of Salt Lake in Lindon. You can find directions HERE.
My Experience with The Baby Cubby
I recently placed an order with them for some Christmas gifts for my kids (the makeup set, a book, bath pipes and bath cogs). Ordering was easy and I could see shipping costs, a breakdown of each item, tax, etc prior to placing my order. Earlier this week, I got a call from their customer service about one of the items being out of stock and they wanted to know what I wanted done with the order. I called them back and briefly explained the reason I was calling. The girl I spoke to happened to be the same one who had called me and she knew exactly what I was talking about and handled my call quickly and efficiently (which is huge because no one wants to be on the phone with customer service forever when they have kids). I cannot wait to get these items and give them for Christmas this year. I have no doubt I'll be a repeat customer.
I hope this post gave you some ideas of what to give the toddler in your life! Happy shopping!