Wednesday 12 August 2015


You can never be entirely sure when you buy a gift for a child, especially a young one who can't express their thoughts and feelings yet, how they will take to the gifts that you buy them.

Earlier in the year, we bought the two-year-old the Kiko Oekaki House - or "drawing board" house, translated from Japanese. We got it from Fabrik and it is her absolute favourite toy. I often catch the three-year-old playing with it too.

The little one loves drawing, but also putting all the little magnet pieces back in their spot. It's lightweight that it can be carried around and has many colours on the board so is engaging for her. It comes in a calico carry bag.

You can also buy it here.

images the indigo crew 

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