Pictured above is the main haul. We are fans of Green Toys. They are made in the USA and are from 100% recycled plastics. He got a green toy stacker and a green toy airplane. Some awesome homemade gifts from family would be the bibs, hats, and little jacket. So cute! There are some wooden cars we got from a local craft fair, some board books, a photo book of family, and some indestructible books (which are pretty awesome).The shape sorter was one of the more impressive items: the wood is stained from natural botanical extracts, it's made from rubber wood harvested from a replenishable source, strictly using non-toxic paints, dyes and lacquers and formaldehyde free glue, the packaging is made from at least 70% recycled paper, and the paints are extracted from natural botanical sources such as flowers and leaves. You win, eco-friendly shape sorter.
Then he got some socks and a pair of jeans, a cool Firefly onesie to go with his homemade "Jayne" hat, a wheely bug, a baby's first Christmas ornament, and a little "eco-give" as it were to allow for some fun balls, a mini rainmaker, baby toothbrush, and a whisper ride buggy that, while being a big piece of plastic, is a toy he is rather excited about, is more fun than a stroller, and is at least made in the USA.
Plan Toys. These are sustainable toys that use all environmentally friendly materials. Plan Toys and Green Toys know where it's at! This is a mushroom kaleidoscope.
Mighty Nest, another awesome company doing their part. So refreshing to open a box and not have to find plastic pillows!
Not pictured: some cool bead toys, wooden blocks, a rubber duck, and a handmade, wooden mini play kitchen that used to be Ronan's cousin Aurora's. I think this little tike made out like a big dog. I know it's January now, and as usual I am behind on things, but I hope all of you had a blessed Christmas!