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Rated 3 out of 5 by Corinne19782 Traditional has it's benefits
Deciding to upgrade to the new house seemed smart at the time with my first child turning 3 and my youngest approaching their 1st birthday. Pros: I like the 1-3 stages to select from; the storage cupboard for the mail and shapes and imaginary play for my oldest. The compact style of the new house is also nice. Cons: I preferred the clock that allowed both hands to move; the rolling numbers were more educational for an older child than the now 123. Even though I have complained to myself multiple times about the drop balls being missed placed for the rainspout, I now miss them. It would have been nice to keep that feature and have the new house be able to have the cupboard fit all loose components. I purchased the new smart home with the intention to donate the old house to my oldest child's daycare center. Now I am not sure if I should buy another original house and return the smart one. Hopefully, this is helpful to another parent questioning the benefits of upgrading.
July 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shanice G Nearly all of my daughter's toys are Fisher Price. It's a brand that's been around for generations, and I am confident when purchasing, in the quality we've all come to expect and love from them!
July 6, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dana C I love it. It has a volume control and different learning settings. My daughter loves this! She plays with this everyday. Its def a toy that a kid can grow with, come crawling to walking its awesome.
July 6, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 This toy is SO much fun for growing toddlers. My daughter continued interest in it from about 9 months and still plays with it at 2.5years old. There are so many features, she's always finding something new!
July 1, 2015