Best high chair? (We all know it's the Ikea one really but refusniks will bring us tales of Tripp-Trappery and booster seats). Have you discovered an excellent finger food snack, toothbrush, bib or more importantly A Lipstick That Really Does Stay On?


Postby busmother » 19 Nov 2015, 13:08

Last year the buses got a spiral draw set which they loved, but it was a very simple one with just three wheels and a fixed board with a toothed hole in it, so only one of them could use it at a time. As a child we had a really good spirograph with lots of different cogs, which each said on them how many teeth they had, and a board you could pin them onto so they didn't slip around. I'm trying to find one similar, as they're really into numbers at the moment, and I think would be interested in the logic of the different shapes you get depending on which cogs you use, but can't tell from the boxes whether they are any good (and none of the reviews seem to mention this). Anyone got a good one they can recommend?
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