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December 11, 2010


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Animal Onesie

Yeah, when it comes to children's toys I prefer bigger toys than smaller ones especially bite sized ones. Those are the no-nos for me.


This really was a helpful article, I'm impressed with this accurate information I read. I'm all about best child safety products. I have had a few bad experiences when I was younger so I try to be as safe as I can now.


Hi Jesses,

Thanks for your comment. I'm glad the article was helpful.

It's good to be thinking about child safety all the time and aware about toy safety especially before and the during the holidays.


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