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Hi! Long time, no see! I have been seriously slacking on the blogging front but I miss it and I'm back or at least I'm attempting to be back. We did a lot of traveling in the fall, followed by the holidays, and my new(ish) Etsy shop has been keeping me busy. But enough excuses. I'll be catching up on some very belated things like our super fun family vacation to Disney World and Hilton Head, toys and books we've been loving lately, and some fun toddler friendly activities.
Today I'm sharing some of our favorite toys for exploring colors. Both kids are really into naming colors and matching colors right now and these are some of our most used color toys!
While I was stocking up on Easter supplies at the dollar store a few weeks ago, I grabbed a deviled egg tray on a whim. I wasn't sure what I would do with it at first but there had to be something! Over the past week, the babies have been having so much fun putting eggs into cartons that I decided to try a color matching game with them using the deviled egg tray.
All week, the babies have been enjoying a crazy St. Patrick's Day sensory bin. It has a lot of textures, shapes, shades of green, and even different noises. One of the best parts of this St. Patrick's Day sensory bin is that it's mostly made of things from the Dollar Tree!