Today I went to my monthly visit to the CFJC-TV Midday Show. I brought with me some of my favourites and big sellers for us during Christmas.
I have to admit that the Squishables are my current obsession and I just had to share some of the newbies. The Gingerbread Man is just so darn cute. And the micros are AMAZING for stocking stuffers. I didn't bring it today, but one of my personal favourites is the Shrimp Sushi micro Squishable.
I just had to bring a favourite of mine. A throwback to the late eighties, early nineties. The Super Mario Bros Question Block Light. Oh my! The sound effect is so accurate, it's just a fab throwback and fun toy for us grown-ups and the kids who still love Mario.
In addition to addicting plush and the retro light, I threw in some great Christmas games & puzzles. This time of year spending quality time with family members is a top priority and many families incorporate a fun family game or puzzle into the mix. We love, love, love our Cobble Hill puzzle images and love that it is a Canadian brand from B.C.! We also have the insane Wasjig puzzles. If you love a challenge - watch the video to see why they are so difficult.
I also brought a few toys that are hits for both boys & girls. The Snap Circuits Coding set and the newest Snap Circuits MEG set that is a fun 3-D building set too. And no Christmas presentation is complete without some hot Lego thrown in. The Creator sets are always popular in our shop since you can make 3 sets from the one box. And the Frozen movie, although a few years old now, is ever-popular with the younger set. The Elsa's castle Lego set is a very sought-after set and we have a few here ready for wrapping up and placing under some lucky kid's Christmas trees.
I love Christmas and love to have simple but fun and lasting toys in my house. Over the past year I've sought to source great stuff for kids (and grown ups) to enjoy. When you're in the store we'll be around, ready to give you a hand in finding a fantastic gift for the ones you love.