Sunday, November 13, 2011

Hearthsong Silly Soft Seating Review and Giveaway

Since its beginning in 1983, HearthSong has been committed to helping parents follow their instincts to provide their children with age-appropriate, wholesome, quality playthings. That's because at HearthSong, we believe childhood is a vital chapter in life-a special time when children can be occupied with the joy of being children. And, equally importantly, a time when children need to experience as much creative, imaginative play as possible because kids experience so many of life's first lessons through play. 

The first HearthSong catalog was printed in black and white, with pencil drawings of carefully selected toys and books and mailed from the home of founder Barbara Kane by her family. The name HearthSong was chosen to reflect core family values - the Hearth, a traditional symbol for the center of the home, and Song, a symbol of family spirit and of a special playfulness that parents and children enjoy together. 

Over the next 25 years, HearthSong evolved into a nationally known and respected source for quality children's toys, games and crafts. Parents who found unique toys for their children decades ago tell us they're now thrilled to be finding the same kinds of educational, entertaining toys to give to their children's children. 

Our selection of products has grown and expanded too. But we can still guarantee that each item is carefully selected for its quality, safety, and relevance to your child's development - and we are steadfast in our commitment to provide you with Toys You'll Feel Good About Giving®. 

A playfully smart addition to any growing home, Silly Seats have many features designed to support a toddler's developmental needs. The modular silly seat is comprised of three soft, sturdy, light weight pieces made of high density foam and covered with fabric plush micro fiber that can be configured in a myriad of ways - from seats of varying heights to tiny tables.

Engaging and multi-functional, and the fact that children can "do it myself" make them instrumental in encouraging creativity and gross motor development. Plus, with no hard surfaces, sharp edges, or loose pieces, they are also safe to climb, sit, and drool on. 

These little chairs are so very cute, and the softness of them makes me really please to allow my children to play on them. I do not have to worry about them getting hurt if they fall on them, and since these awesome chairs come apart they allow for my 2 year old to sit on one while my 4 year old sits on the other side. Because the seat comes apart into 3 pieces, it also allows kids to use their creativity and imagination to stack the pieces in different orders, it is so cute to watch my son play for a good while.  

We were sent the Green Dinosaur seat, I also love the fact that the covers are washable. it seems that every stuffed or soft surface toy gets dirty somehow. The nice thing about this is you can unzip the cover, take it off wash it, and put it back on good as new.  

A wonderful idea this holiday season, appropriate for children over 1. Toddlers love things like this, and the best part they are not strong enough to support a child if used as a climbing aid. 

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* Disclosure: The author, manufacturer, or representing PR provided a product to review. No compensation was provided. The opinions expressed are my own personal and honest thoughts. *


Tara Oliver said...

I'd chose the orange! I LOVE these! thanks for the giveaway!

Madeline said...

I'd choose the green

The Knapps said...

I'd choose the red one

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Mommy34567 said...

I like the blue one. My 1 year old would love it.

Tj and Amy said...

I would pick blue.

Taryn L. McCracken said...

I would go with the green one.

Nichole said...

I'd choose the purple silly seat! too cute!

The Need 2 Read said...

Love, love, loving the red one!!

Love Katydid said...

I would love to have the Blue or Purple

Mommydoll13 said...

i choose the red


Christina said...

I'd choose orange.

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