Are you looking for cheap toys that will keep your children entertained, and provide a valuable learning experience? This episode of Gear Daddy talks about building your own battery powered toy robots known as Bristlebots. These electronic toys combine a battery powered offset motor and a toothbrush to make robotic toys for kids. Brisltebots are fun learning toys that teach your kids about robotics, and teach them how to build your own. You can build your own Bristlebots by heading to Radio Shack and checking out Make Magazine, or buy the Invasion of the Bristlebots book. It’s a great way to learn how to build a robot with your kids and is sure to provide hours of cheap entertainment. Gear Daddy ep 535 is brought to you by BabyBjorn Distributed by Tubemogul.
Changing tables are useful pieces of baby furniture that parents can use to store diapers, baby wipes, and other baby items for their newborn baby. In this episode of Gear Daddy, Daddy Troy suggests a changing table diy project for dads where you mount a changing pad onto an existing dresser in your house. This project is a money saving alternative to traditional baby changing tables. Along with instruction on how to install one of these baby products in your home, Gear Daddy reviews the safety features that will protect your infant. DadLabs Ep. 539. Brought to you by BabyBjorn. Distributed by Tubemogul. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Bathing a child can be a difficult parenting chore for moms and dads. In this episode of Gear Daddy, Daddy Troy reviews a bath product that makes bathing baby easier for parents. This bath visor from Sassy keeps shampoo away from a kids eyes. This hat is great because it also doubles as a sun visor and is the perfect accessory to take along on a trip to the beach or the swimming pool to provide sun shade for a kid. This piece of headwear provides child safety and children will love the cool designs and colors of the caps. DadLabs Gear Daddy ep. 543 is brought to you by BabyBjorn. Distributed by Tubemogul.
The Dads review the Learning Tower -- a safe alternative to the wobbly stool that lets kids take a step up into the grownup world. They'll love helping out in the kitchen with the help of this product.
The Dads review the great sports themed board books from Michaelson entertainment. It's never too early to start brainwashing the little fan to cheer along with you on the weekends. Both college and pro fans will find something here.
Better than your good sheets thrown over the dining room table, the Fortamajig makes an excellent hideout in just a few seconds. Works outside, too. So you can get the brats out of the dang house. Sheesh.
Las Vegas may not be the first place that springs to mind when it comes to products for babies and small kids, but that is where the annual ABC Baby Expo is held. Here's one of the cool products the Dads found there.