Lulujo

16 Dec 18
Mummy Confessions

Please note items may shift during transit.

Perfect gender neutral hamper (and able to be customised to suit with your choice of milestone blanket.
Use the “add ons” to put in some extra goodies for mum, too!

Included in this hamper:
1x Lulujo Milestone Blanket
1x Pack Bare Bubs Small Nappies
1x Box Hydrogel Breast Discs
1x Medela Quick Clean Wipes (hidden in basket)
1x Difrax Soother
1x Pack Joonya Wipes
1x Flanelette Cloth Nappy Square
1x Laundry Style Basket with liner
Some loose, clean nappies to fill space in the bottom.

29 Nov 18
Orange County Register
The holidays sneak up quickly, and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science, singing to social media sharing. Here’s a look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider. BABIES Baby’s first year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child,” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99. Ages: 0-12 months. lulujo.com   Indestructible nursery rhyme book set Babies can be at their drooling, damaging best, and these books will endure. It says on their covers that they are “chew-proof,” “rip-proof” and “100 percent washable.” The five classics, including “Mary Had a Little Lamb” and “Hickory Dickory Dock” are told through colorful and entertaining illustrations (the words are only on the back cover), allowing for natural and imaginative storytelling. Cost: $28. Ages: Birth and up. uncommongoods.com   First Play Pound & Roll Stairs This newer offering from Melissa & Doug is a twist on the classic hammering toys with a small wooden mallet, ball and three-step base. It takes older babies’ and toddlers’ natural inclination to pound things and rewards them for their efforts by getting the ball to roll through to the next level. All the while, they are building fine motor and problem-solving skills with hands-on play. Cost: $19.99, Ages: 12 months and up. melissaanddoug.com Gecko Blocks Toddlers are terrific builders but not-so-great engineers, with lots of teetering and toppling structures to their credit. The folks at Cassidy Labs thought this through and came up with Gecko Blocks, lightweight foam blocks that stick (like geckos, get it?) to each other, thanks to their silicone adhesive coating. The easy-to-clean, colorful clingers stick to smooth, flat surfaces too, making them great for bath time. Cost: $29.99, Ages: 18 months and up. cassidylabs.com   KIDS   Echo Dot Kids Edition My daughter asks me so many things I actually have to stop her by saying, “The question-and-answer period is now over.” Unlike me, Alexa has infinite patience, and the Echo Dot Kids Edition offers age-appropriate, voice-controlled content, including from partners such as Disney, Nickelodeon and National Geographic. Kids can interact with Alexa to hear music or a joke, get help with homework, read a book, play games and control smart-home-enabled lights and other devices. Cost: $69.99. amazon.com Secret decoder ring In the holiday classic “A Christmas Story,” Ralphie decodes a secret message to hilarious results. This game/accessory appeals to those inspired by the movie and all future codebreakers, super sleuths and anyone else who enjoys discovering things on the down low. Kids set up and decode messages or clues by spinning to the matching numbers and letters on this stainless-steel ring. Cost: $17, Ages: 5 and up. uncommongoods.com Ultimate co-pilot Chewie Well, will you Wookiee here? It’s Chewbacca in all of his hairy glory. Whether he’s talking in his own special way, roaring, laughing or even snoring, Chewie moves and responds whenever there’s someone around to play with him. The interactive “Star Wars” plush from furReal will be on a lot of wish lists of kids wanting a trusted sidekick that entertains and surprises them. And how can you resist that face? Cost: $129.99, Ages: 4 and up. starwars.hasbro.com Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99, Ages: 5 and up. ridejetson.com   PRETEENS Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99, Ages: 9 and up. shop.lego.com Little Passports’ Science Expeditions Little Passports’ award-winning gift subscriptions take younger kids on travel and adventures each month, but its Science Expeditions let older kids explore what makes the world tick. Each month, they will get a new mystery to solve with experiments and other hands-on STEM activities based on themes such as rockets, forensic science and caves and crystals. Subscriptions start at $18.95 a month, Ages: 9 and up. littlepassports.com Chow Crown Game A spinning crown, food, mini-forks … where was this royally epic game when we were kids? The Chow Crown Game is a wearable take on musical chairs, in which you try to eat food of your choosing from forks dangling from a spinning, music-playing crown without using your hands; the player who eats the most forkfuls wins. Moms and dads, you’ll want to give this one a whirl too. Cost: $19.99, Ages: 8 and up. shop.hasbro.com Clocky This one goes out to the snooze-button-addicted kids who just can’t seem to get up on school mornings (Oh, but weekends? That’s a whole different story). Clocky has one snooze “gimme” and then it’s off to the races. Literally. The alarm clock with wheels jumps off the nightstand, rolling and beeping until it is caught by its now-out-of-bed owner. It may be a little mean, but it’s also surprisingly charming and best of all, effective. Cost: Starting at $39.99. clocky.com Graphic Skinz Design Studio Why fit in when you can stand out? The Graphic Skins Design Studio lets you customize cellphone cases, jewelry and accessories, models and more, taking them from cookie-cutter to one of a kind. After wrapping your object in the full-color graphic skin of your choice (refill packs available), the motorized vacuum chamber suctions it to adhere to the item. Voilà, you have an instantly unique creation. Cost: $19.99, Ages: 6 and up. shop.mattel.com   TEENS Instax Mini 9 The incredibly popular FujiFilm instant camera is simple to use, affordable and is known for its five fun colors: cobalt blue, ice blue, flamingo pink, lime green and smoky white. It takes the guesswork out of taking photos and instantly prints them out the top using easy-loading film. With a selfie mirror on the front and the instant gratification factor, it’s a go-to pick for all the printed pictures your teen wants to share in the literal, not digital, sense. Cost: $69. fujifilmusa.com Pura Vida bracelets Pura Vida (“pure life” in Spanish) was founded by two Southern Californians inspired by the work of two artisans during a trip to Costa Rica. The company’s string bracelets are now made by craftspeople worldwide and worn by millions, including celebrities and social media influencers. For teen girls (and guys) in Orange County, the bracelets retain their hot trend status in part because of their laid-back simplicity. Cost: Starting at $6.puravidabracelets.com “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29. amazon.com Game of Phones Because their cellphones are seemingly surgically attached to their hands anyway, why not challenge teens with a little competition? Game of Phones’ cards ask players to show off their best selfies, get creative with photos taken of others during the game and even compete for the most cracked screen, with their peers acting as judge and jury. Cost: $20, Ages: 12 and up. breakinggames.com Make-Your-Own Neon Effect Sign Urban Outfitters is well aware of those in the Generation Z crowd and their desire to express themselves through clothes and other means. The company’s home section is now full of stuff to help teens personalize their space, but this Make-Your-Own Neon Effect Sign stands out. The bendable, light-up wire is an ultra-unique way to make a personal statement. Cost: $20. urbanoutfitters.com   FAMILY All-Digital HD Pedestal karaoke system You love to sing. Your spouse loves to sing. The kids love to sing. But performing in front of strangers? You all hate that. Singing Machine’s All-Digital HD Pedestal high-end karaoke system helps you create lasting family memories while taking the guesswork out of the electronics. It is Bluetooth-enabled, so you can search for and stream your favorite tunes and has a 7-inch HD color monitor to easily view videos with lyrics. Cost: $199.99. singingmachine.com     Taco serving kit and storage box It is a truth universally acknowledged that everyone loves tacos. This Uncommon Goods’ kit lets you celebrate that common ground in your family full of picky eaters and dietary concerns. The set includes six glass bowls for all of the fixings and four taco holders to rack ’em up, all in a nice wooden storage box. And while all the details are helpful, we had you at tacos, didn’t we? Cost: $85. uncommongoods.com   Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school, and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199. shopus.furbo.com   Nintendo Switch The Nintendo Switch is a game changer, literally, in the industry. The innovative design allows full functionality when docked as a home game console, but it also can be used as a handheld system with its 6-inch tablet and detachable, wireless Joy-Con controllers. With an incredible library of innovative and new titles and lots of favorites from the past, family members can face off anywhere. Cost: $299.99. intendo.com/switch  
29 Nov 18
SCNG
The holidays sneak up quickly, and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science, singing to social media sharing. Here’s a look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider. BABIES Baby’s first year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child,” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99. Ages: 0-12 months. lulujo.com   Indestructible nursery rhyme book set Babies can be at their drooling, damaging best, and these books will endure. It says on their covers that they are “chew-proof,” “rip-proof” and “100 percent washable.” The five classics, including “Mary Had a Little Lamb” and “Hickory Dickory Dock” are told through colorful and entertaining illustrations (the words are only on the back cover), allowing for natural and imaginative storytelling. Cost: $28. Ages: Birth and up. uncommongoods.com   First Play Pound & Roll Stairs This newer offering from Melissa & Doug is a twist on the classic hammering toys with a small wooden mallet, ball and three-step base. It takes older babies’ and toddlers’ natural inclination to pound things and rewards them for their efforts by getting the ball to roll through to the next level. All the while, they are building fine motor and problem-solving skills with hands-on play. Cost: $19.99, Ages: 12 months and up. melissaanddoug.com Gecko Blocks Toddlers are terrific builders but not-so-great engineers, with lots of teetering and toppling structures to their credit. The folks at Cassidy Labs thought this through and came up with Gecko Blocks, lightweight foam blocks that stick (like geckos, get it?) to each other, thanks to their silicone adhesive coating. The easy-to-clean, colorful clingers stick to smooth, flat surfaces too, making them great for bath time. Cost: $29.99, Ages: 18 months and up. cassidylabs.com   KIDS   Echo Dot Kids Edition My daughter asks me so many things I actually have to stop her by saying, “The question-and-answer period is now over.” Unlike me, Alexa has infinite patience, and the Echo Dot Kids Edition offers age-appropriate, voice-controlled content, including from partners such as Disney, Nickelodeon and National Geographic. Kids can interact with Alexa to hear music or a joke, get help with homework, read a book, play games and control smart-home-enabled lights and other devices. Cost: $69.99. amazon.com Secret decoder ring In the holiday classic “A Christmas Story,” Ralphie decodes a secret message to hilarious results. This game/accessory appeals to those inspired by the movie and all future codebreakers, super sleuths and anyone else who enjoys discovering things on the down low. Kids set up and decode messages or clues by spinning to the matching numbers and letters on this stainless-steel ring. Cost: $17, Ages: 5 and up. uncommongoods.com Ultimate co-pilot Chewie Well, will you Wookiee here? It’s Chewbacca in all of his hairy glory. Whether he’s talking in his own special way, roaring, laughing or even snoring, Chewie moves and responds whenever there’s someone around to play with him. The interactive “Star Wars” plush from furReal will be on a lot of wish lists of kids wanting a trusted sidekick that entertains and surprises them. And how can you resist that face? Cost: $129.99, Ages: 4 and up. starwars.hasbro.com Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99, Ages: 5 and up. ridejetson.com   PRETEENS Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99, Ages: 9 and up. shop.lego.com Little Passports’ Science Expeditions Little Passports’ award-winning gift subscriptions take younger kids on travel and adventures each month, but its Science Expeditions let older kids explore what makes the world tick. Each month, they will get a new mystery to solve with experiments and other hands-on STEM activities based on themes such as rockets, forensic science and caves and crystals. Subscriptions start at $18.95 a month, Ages: 9 and up. littlepassports.com Chow Crown Game A spinning crown, food, mini-forks … where was this royally epic game when we were kids? The Chow Crown Game is a wearable take on musical chairs, in which you try to eat food of your choosing from forks dangling from a spinning, music-playing crown without using your hands; the player who eats the most forkfuls wins. Moms and dads, you’ll want to give this one a whirl too. Cost: $19.99, Ages: 8 and up. shop.hasbro.com Clocky This one goes out to the snooze-button-addicted kids who just can’t seem to get up on school mornings (Oh, but weekends? That’s a whole different story). Clocky has one snooze “gimme” and then it’s off to the races. Literally. The alarm clock with wheels jumps off the nightstand, rolling and beeping until it is caught by its now-out-of-bed owner. It may be a little mean, but it’s also surprisingly charming and best of all, effective. Cost: Starting at $39.99. clocky.com Graphic Skinz Design Studio Why fit in when you can stand out? The Graphic Skins Design Studio lets you customize cellphone cases, jewelry and accessories, models and more, taking them from cookie-cutter to one of a kind. After wrapping your object in the full-color graphic skin of your choice (refill packs available), the motorized vacuum chamber suctions it to adhere to the item. Voilà, you have an instantly unique creation. Cost: $19.99, Ages: 6 and up. shop.mattel.com   TEENS Instax Mini 9 The incredibly popular FujiFilm instant camera is simple to use, affordable and is known for its five fun colors: cobalt blue, ice blue, flamingo pink, lime green and smoky white. It takes the guesswork out of taking photos and instantly prints them out the top using easy-loading film. With a selfie mirror on the front and the instant gratification factor, it’s a go-to pick for all the printed pictures your teen wants to share in the literal, not digital, sense. Cost: $69. fujifilmusa.com Pura Vida bracelets Pura Vida (“pure life” in Spanish) was founded by two Southern Californians inspired by the work of two artisans during a trip to Costa Rica. The company’s string bracelets are now made by craftspeople worldwide and worn by millions, including celebrities and social media influencers. For teen girls (and guys) in Orange County, the bracelets retain their hot trend status in part because of their laid-back simplicity. Cost: Starting at $6. puravidabracelets.com “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29. amazon.com Game of Phones Because their cellphones are seemingly surgically attached to their hands anyway, why not challenge teens with a little competition? Game of Phones’ cards ask players to show off their best selfies, get creative with photos taken of others during the game and even compete for the most cracked screen, with their peers acting as judge and jury. Cost: $20, Ages: 12 and up. breakinggames.com Make-Your-Own Neon Effect Sign Urban Outfitters is well aware of those in the Generation Z crowd and their desire to express themselves through clothes and other means. The company’s home section is now full of stuff to help teens personalize their space, but this Make-Your-Own Neon Effect Sign stands out. The bendable, light-up wire is an ultra-unique way to make a personal statement. Cost: $20. urbanoutfitters.com   FAMILY All-Digital HD Pedestal karaoke system You love to sing. Your spouse loves to sing. The kids love to sing. But performing in front of strangers? You all hate that. Singing Machine’s All-Digital HD Pedestal high-end karaoke system helps you create lasting family memories while taking the guesswork out of the electronics. It is Bluetooth-enabled, so you can search for and stream your favorite tunes and has a 7-inch HD color monitor to easily view videos with lyrics. Cost: $199.99. singingmachine.com     Taco serving kit and storage box It is a truth universally acknowledged that everyone loves tacos. This Uncommon Goods’ kit lets you celebrate that common ground in your family full of picky eaters and dietary concerns. The set includes six glass bowls for all of the fixings and four taco holders to rack ’em up, all in a nice wooden storage box. And while all the details are helpful, we had you at tacos, didn’t we? Cost: $85. uncommongoods.com   Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school, and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199. shopus.furbo.com   Nintendo Switch The Nintendo Switch is a game changer, literally, in the industry. The innovative design allows full functionality when docked as a home game console, but it also can be used as a handheld system with its 6-inch tablet and detachable, wireless Joy-Con controllers. With an incredible library of innovative and new titles and lots of favorites from the past, family members can face off anywhere. Cost: $299.99. nintendo.com/switch  
20 Nov 18
Orange County Register
The holidays sneak up quickly and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science; singing to social-media sharing. A look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider: BABIES Baby’s First Year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as: “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99 Ages: 0-12 months Information: lulujo.com and leading retailers KIDS Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED Lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99 Ages: 5 and up Information: ridejetson.com and leading retailers LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall (Courtesy LEGO) PRETEENS LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Wall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99 Ages: 9 and up Information: shop.lego.com and leading retailers TEENS “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29 Information: amazon.com and other book retailers FAMILY Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199 Information: shopus.furbo.com [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]  
20 Nov 18
Whittier Daily News
The holidays sneak up quickly and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science; singing to social-media sharing. A look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider: BABIES Baby’s First Year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as: “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99 Ages: 0-12 months Information: lulujo.com and leading retailers KIDS Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED Lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99 Ages: 5 and up Information: ridejetson.com and leading retailers LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall (Courtesy LEGO) PRETEENS LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Wall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99 Ages: 9 and up Information: shop.lego.com and leading retailers TEENS “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29 Information: amazon.com and other book retailers FAMILY Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199 Information: shopus.furbo.com [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]  
20 Nov 18
Pasadena Star News
The holidays sneak up quickly and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science; singing to social-media sharing. A look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider: BABIES Baby’s First Year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as: “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99 Ages: 0-12 months Information: lulujo.com and leading retailers KIDS Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED Lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99 Ages: 5 and up Information: ridejetson.com and leading retailers LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall (Courtesy LEGO) PRETEENS LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Wall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99 Ages: 9 and up Information: shop.lego.com and leading retailers TEENS “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29 Information: amazon.com and other book retailers FAMILY Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199 Information: shopus.furbo.com [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]  
20 Nov 18
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
The holidays sneak up quickly and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science; singing to social-media sharing. A look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider: BABIES Baby’s First Year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as: “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99 Ages: 0-12 months Information: lulujo.com and leading retailers KIDS Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED Lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99 Ages: 5 and up Information: ridejetson.com and leading retailers LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall (Courtesy LEGO) PRETEENS LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Wall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99 Ages: 9 and up Information: shop.lego.com and leading retailers TEENS “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29 Information: amazon.com and other book retailers FAMILY Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199 Information: shopus.furbo.com [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]  
20 Nov 18
Daily Breeze
The holidays sneak up quickly and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science; singing to social-media sharing. A look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider: BABIES Baby’s First Year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as: “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99 Ages: 0-12 months Information: lulujo.com and leading retailers KIDS Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED Lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99 Ages: 5 and up Information: ridejetson.com and leading retailers LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall (Courtesy LEGO) PRETEENS LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Wall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99 Ages: 9 and up Information: shop.lego.com and leading retailers TEENS “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29 Information: amazon.com and other book retailers FAMILY Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199 Information: shopus.furbo.com [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]  
20 Nov 18
Press Telegram
The holidays sneak up quickly and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science; singing to social-media sharing. A look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider: BABIES Baby’s First Year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as: “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99 Ages: 0-12 months Information: lulujo.com and leading retailers KIDS Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED Lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99 Ages: 5 and up Information: ridejetson.com and leading retailers LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall (Courtesy LEGO) PRETEENS LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Wall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99 Ages: 9 and up Information: shop.lego.com and leading retailers TEENS “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29 Information: amazon.com and other book retailers FAMILY Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199 Information: shopus.furbo.com [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]  
20 Nov 18
Daily News
The holidays sneak up quickly and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science; singing to social-media sharing. A look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider: BABIES Baby’s First Year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as: “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99 Ages: 0-12 months Information: lulujo.com and leading retailers KIDS Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED Lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99 Ages: 5 and up Information: ridejetson.com and leading retailers LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall (Courtesy LEGO) PRETEENS LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Wall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99 Ages: 9 and up Information: shop.lego.com and leading retailers TEENS “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29 Information: amazon.com and other book retailers FAMILY Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199 Information: shopus.furbo.com [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]  
20 Nov 18
Press Enterprise
The holidays sneak up quickly and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science; singing to social-media sharing. A look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider: BABIES Baby’s First Year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as: “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99 Ages: 0-12 months Information: lulujo.com and leading retailers KIDS Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED Lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99 Ages: 5 and up Information: ridejetson.com and leading retailers LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall (Courtesy LEGO) PRETEENS LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Wall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99 Ages: 9 and up Information: shop.lego.com and leading retailers TEENS “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29 Information: amazon.com and other book retailers FAMILY Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199 Information: shopus.furbo.com [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]  
20 Nov 18
Redlands Daily Facts
The holidays sneak up quickly and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science; singing to social-media sharing. A look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider: BABIES Baby’s First Year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as: “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99 Ages: 0-12 months Information: lulujo.com and leading retailers KIDS Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED Lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99 Ages: 5 and up Information: ridejetson.com and leading retailers LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall (Courtesy LEGO) PRETEENS LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Wall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99 Ages: 9 and up Information: shop.lego.com and leading retailers TEENS “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29 Information: amazon.com and other book retailers FAMILY Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199 Information: shopus.furbo.com [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]  
20 Nov 18
Daily Bulletin
The holidays sneak up quickly and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science; singing to social-media sharing. A look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider: BABIES Baby’s First Year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as: “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99 Ages: 0-12 months Information: lulujo.com and leading retailers KIDS Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED Lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99 Ages: 5 and up Information: ridejetson.com and leading retailers LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall (Courtesy LEGO) PRETEENS LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Wall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99 Ages: 9 and up Information: shop.lego.com and leading retailers TEENS “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29 Information: amazon.com and other book retailers FAMILY Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199 Information: shopus.furbo.com [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]  
20 Nov 18
SCNG
The holidays sneak up quickly and one of the things that cannot be bought is time. We’re here to help with a curated guide of gifts for babies, kids, preteens, teens and families in your life. They have a variety of price points and cater to all types of interests, from gaming to science; singing to social-media sharing. A look at toys, games, books, electronics and other gifts to consider: BABIES Baby’s First Year The blanket and card sets by Lulujo help create wonderful keepsakes and work as a great prop for social media-savvy parents who love sharing their baby’s first-year milestones. The muslin blankets have fun themes, such as: “You Are My Sunshine” and “Stay Wild My Child” and the monthly age cards let you (and your Instagram followers) keep track as your bundle of joy grows and changes. Cost: $22.99-24.99 Ages: 0-12 months Information: lulujo.com and leading retailers KIDS Jupiter Kick Scooter with LED Lights Jetson, the cool-named brand that makes hoverboards for the adventurous older crowd, puts kids on the path of futuristic adventures with this light-up scooter. The flashy design includes light-up wheels, deck and T-bar, but functional elements haven’t been forgotten, like a rear foot brake and the ability to fold up when not in use. It may be the coolest scooter in the galaxy (well, at least the neighborhood). Cost: $29.99 Ages: 5 and up Information: ridejetson.com and leading retailers LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall (Courtesy LEGO) PRETEENS LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Wall A new, highly detailed building kit has everything needed to re-create scenes from the Harry Potter books and movies. The four-level hall comes alive with the Grand Staircase Tower with spiral staircase, potions and treasure room, a fireplace, tables and benches. After completion, role-playing begins with 10 mini-figures of all the favorite characters and essential magical accessories. Cost: $99.99 Ages: 9 and up Information: shop.lego.com and leading retailers TEENS “F in Exams” This book is for all of the kids who didn’t know the answer to a test question, so they shared their wit instead. And it’s for all the kids who want to be those kids. Author Richard Benson gathers the funniest and most inventive answers that teachers have seen on quizzes. Our favorite is “Q: What was the main industry in Persia? A: Cats.” It’s a good lesson for any stressed-out student who is obsessed with grades: sometimes, when you don’t know it, you just have to laugh. Cost: $6.29 Information: amazon.com and other book retailers FAMILY Furbo Dog Camera You’re at work, the kids are at school and minds wander to “What’s the dog up to at home?” The Furbo camera lets you (and your kids if they are allowed to have cellphones) see your pet in real time and sweetens the deal for your fur-baby with the coolest feature: You can remotely toss a treat from a slot in the camera to reward puppies that haven’t ripped up the couch in your absence. You’ll all be trying to top each other with tales of, “You won’t believe what I saw the dog do.” Cost: $199 Information: shopus.furbo.com [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]  
13 Nov 18
Mummy Confessions

 

PREORDER FOR THIS CLOSES DECEMBER 31, 2018 at 11:59PM AEST. Orders typically take approximately two weeks processing time after this date, however during Christmas season it may be longer. Please note if express shipping is selected, orders will STILL be shipped AFTER the processing time. You will be kept informed with the process of your order.
WE CANNOT GUARANTEE CHRISTMAS DELIVERY FOR THIS HAMPER. Please get in touch should you wish to ensure Christmas delivery.

PLEASE NOTE NOT ALL ITEMS WILL FIT INSIDE WOODEN HAMPER BOXES WITH SLIDE LIDS. Should your selected items not fit with a slide lid, they will be packaged in an open box with no lid and wrapped with cellophane. Get in contact with us to see if the items you wish to include will fit, or to discuss options for your hamper! If you prefer an open box with cellophane, please let us know!

Diecut Boxes are posted in the same box that they are packed in, so it may not be ready to gift should you want a nice box.

Should you select “no” for any item in the MAIN SELECTION AREA (YES\NO), than it will not be added to your box, even if you choose a style (as the price would not have been included with your item).

Also note, items may shift when delivered.