Wednesday, October 1, 2014

The Toys #ChosenByKids This Holiday

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A child's holiday shopping list can be the length of about ten football fields just ask the Booper! His holiday list includes about everything in the toy section at Walmart, but if you pay attention he has a few that he remembers even when we're at home. Having his short list of the top toys he really really wants helps me to shop smart and to keep our house from exploding with too many toys. This year Walmart is hosting fun toy events called Holiday Toyland where your child can interact with this season's hottest toys #chosenbykids and become an Official Toy Tester!
These fun toy events are happening at Walmart locations across the US, so visit their site to find a location near you and start making your holiday shopping list for your kids by including the toys they want most! Then you can look forward to seeing their excited and shocked faces when they open their new favorite toy!

12 comments:

  1. Lol! My middle son is the same way. His list is usually a mile long. I can't wait to check out the new toys at Holiday Toyland!

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  2. Your son is adorable and looks so excited!

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  3. We checked out the Holiday Toyland today! It was fun, but next week they'll be back with different toys!

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  4. I'm almost scared to see the list from my kids this year, each year it seems to grow!! Your son is so adorable!

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  5. I think this is a neat idea. My daughter makes a list that is so long it's scary. She even coloe codes her list. She says it to make it easier for me. :)

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  6. My kids usually start out with small lists that grow daily as we get closer to the holidays! :)

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  7. I have to say the toy selection at Walmart is pretty awesome (at least at our Super Walmart). Aisle after aisle of fun toys. My daughter turned 3 in April. Now anytime an ad comes on for a toy it's "mommy! mommy! can we get that?!"

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  8. My daughter just started making a list and so far there's only one item lol ...

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  9. Man, when I was a kid I would totally just go through those huge giant toy catalogs that came in the newspaper and write everything I remotely thought looked cool down. LOL. Yeah... and I never got any of it, which was usually just fine because I didn't even really want them!

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  10. Love your blog! This will be my first year my youngest daughter gets to go through the catalogs and go "shopping"! So excited lol!

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  11. My kids would love getting to play with the toys ahead of time, at an event like this.

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