Favorite Toys for 18 Month Old Twins

04 June 2012

There's been some changes to the list of the twin's favorite toys from my last update when they were 9 months old. Today, the list of favorite toys at 18 months old looks something like this
  1. Fisher Price Musical Activity Table- This is the only toy that was on the 9 month list and is still a perennial favorite. There's so much to do on this table, the girls never get bored. They even switch it to spanish language sometimes and repeat the colors in spanish. As toys go, this has proven to be a solid investment
  2. Bruin Musical Piano - I got this at a garage sale and the girls never tire of putting it on my lap and banging away their musical masterpieces
  3. All real and toy mobile phones
  4. Playskool Explore and Grow Busy Ball Popper: They love this popping toy and it's sister elephant. It's another deal I got at a garage sale. I only really really wish that Playskool had included a volume control button. Think 15 continuous minutes of obnoxiously loud circus music
  5. Rubber balls of various sizes: They're learning to throw (a milestone for this age according to Babycenter) and enjoy playing catch games with the balls we have at home. Most Walmarts and dollar store type places have these big towers of rubber balls in the toy section. You just have to choose the size and design you'd like to have
  6. Educo Maze: This is not top of the list but it captures their attention for a few minutes at a time. It's what I consider a "thinking" toy as they have to sit still and try to move the wooden balls from one end to the other. As a mom bonus, I like the fact that it's handmade in Canada. I can't find an exact picture online but it looks similar to this.
  7. Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Love to Play Puppy: Sugar adores this puppy. We've had this toy since the girls were 8 months old, but back then they absolutely feared and hated this puppy. Not anymore. As they are at the stage where they're learning the names to different body parts, they love pressing the puppy and hearing the different names. As a bonus, this puppy says "I love you" so now both girls say "I wa wi" (that's I love you in toddlerspeak) and tap their chests while saying it. *Heart melting*
  8. Dress-up items of clothing: They love to play dress-up in the daycare and I regularly pick them up in green oriental pants and red velvet dresses

Bruin Musical Piano
The talking puppy
Ball popping toy

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