Saturday, December 30, 2017

Roraima Reclining Foldable Chair Review (Tomoson)

Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon Affiliate Links.

I received the Roraima Reclining, Foldable, Chair, in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. The chair is extra wide, comes with a detachable headrest, and has two cup holders. The chair is also very flexible.

I liked the chair for around-the-home use because I have limited seating. I also use foldable chairs to sit in, while I wait at the bus stop for my kids.

My oldest son has taken over the chair during Christmas break. He sits , while he plays on his phone. He has fallen asleep in it.

One drawback was cleaning the arm rests. Since the arms are flexible and easy to move around, it took a few extra minutes and both hands to remove a stain, my youngest caused.

You can purchase the chair on Amazon. The chair is prime-eligible.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Funerica's Pretend Play Table and Sliceable Food Review (Tomoson)

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I received Funerica's Pretend Play Table and  Slicable Food in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. The table comes with the table, legs, a fake knife, tongs, two plates, and "sliceable food" (velcro on each half). The table can fold into a suitcase/holding case for the food and accessories.

Food choices included tomatoes, lemons,  pears, oranges, eggplant, and bell pepper.

I got this toy for Kalen. He can sit down, play, and give me some peace and quiet for a few minutes. For those, who don't know, my kids are special needs Kalen is Autistic, ADHD, plus he has 6 other diagnoses. I love simple toys, which don't require much assembly or help from mama. I love independent play (so I can clean and cook in peace).

The legs were easy to install and remove when playtime was over. The table only lasted a few days. It was destroyed during one of my oldest's meltdowns but Kalen still enjoys slicing the veggies. I may get him another set once I get paid again since it is reasonably priced on Amazon.

You can purchase the veggies using the link above. The veggies are prime-eligible.

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Let the Little People Come Tracts (FlyBy Blog Promotions)

Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by FlyBy Blog Promotions.

I received the Let the Little People Come tracts, in exchange for honest review from FlyBy Blog Promotions. The gospel tracts are designed towards capturing the attention of children. The tracts include pop-up tracts and bracelets, to bring children to Jesus.

I loved the pop-up tracts and the animated tracts. The animated tracts come with a special viewer to read the hidden messages and see the hidden movable scenes within the tracts. The flipabouts were also interesting to do. Each flipabout contains a bible verse. You flip the pages in a certain way to reveal the message. It took me a few tries to get the message right.

With my kids, Brad gravitated towards the silicone bracelet. He loves silicone bracelets. His current and former teachers, plus medical care staff, provides him bracelets as a reward system. I also find him free bracelets online. The bracelets are one way to teach him about Jesus.

Kalen loved the pop-up books.

The tracts were easy to read and understand. I loved the colors and graphics inside the popups, animated tracts, and flipabouts. This is a great way to bring kids to the gospel without too much distraction.

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