The countdown to the festive season is well and truly on – and to help you prepare for December 25, we’re sharing with you some fun ideas to ensure it’s an extra special one this year.
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WITH vintage-styled radios, record players and even kitchen mixers (you’ve seen the ones they use on Bake Off, surely?) all on people’s radar, it’s no surprise that the toy market might be the latest industry to jump on the nostalgia bandwagon. And here at Kiddy Moo, we’re fully expecting a rise in the sale of wooden toys, as we move ever closer to December 25. Here are just a handful of reasons why we think they’re great:
Recently, a video went live on YouTube – and its subject matter divided opinion. A BBC Experiment, it featured male and female babies and toddlers and their reactions to a range of different kids’ toys. It’s an interesting clip which poses the question: do girls’ and boys’ toys exist? – and you really need to watch it to see what we’re referring to. Gender stereotyping has been in the news a lot lately, with the belief that toys and clothing deemed to be for ‘boys’ or ‘girls’ shouldn’t be characterised as such. And it’s something we don’t do here at Kiddy Moo either.