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Fisher-Price Baby’s First Blocks and Rock Stack Bundle$14.99
This fun bundle includes Baby’s First Blocks and Rock-a-stack classic toys. Baby’s First Blocks comes with 5 shapes to sort with a total of 10 colorful shaped blocks. The sturdy, storage bucket with shape-sorting lid has a handle for on-the-go fun…
Fisher-Price Custom Comfort Potty Training Seat, Girl$19.88
Custom comfort features help make potty training easier. Here’s a simple, obvious, but often overlooked potty training tip: a potty that helps little ones feel comfortable, secure and relaxed helps make potty training easier…
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Click ‘n Learn Camera Toy, White$9.95
A picture-perfect way to teach numbers, shapes, Spanish words and more! Smile! That’s what Baby will do with the Laugh & Learn Click ‘n Learn Camera. Press one of the 3 buttons and, “click!” Learn about numbers, shapes and more! Push the shutter button and, “click!” Baby learns about colors…
Fisher-Price Soothe and Glow Seahorse, Blue$12.92
The perfect bedtime friend for baby! Soft and cuddly seahorse lights up and glows to 8 lullabies and the soothing sounds of the ocean when baby gives it a gentle squeeze. After up to five minutes of continuous play, the music fades, light dims, and baby peacefully drifts to sleep.
Fisher-Price Thomas the Train Wooden Railway Christmas Crossings$19.88
Christmas on the Island of Sodor is the most festive time of all, and this light-up signal shed helps keep Wooden Railway engines (sold separately) merrily moving in the right direction! Press the roof to toggle the crossing gates up and down…
Fisher-Price Thomas Wooden Railway Set, Origins James Engine$15.07
In commemoration of Thomas’ 70th anniversary, this Wooden Railway engine depicts James as he originally appeared in the Railway Friends storybooks 70 years ago. James thinks of himself as a Really Splendid Engine, and now you can play with James in a whole new way! This special James train engine is designed to depict James as he originally appeared in the Railway Friends storybooks 70 years ago…