23 Sep 2016

The 5 Best Storage Solutions For Toys

As a parent, it can be difficult to keep your child’s play area tidy. It can also be challenging to maintain toy storage spaces without toys falling on the floor and becoming tripping hazards. Don’t let toys take over your home—instead, turn to our experts for the latest storage solutions! Here are some tips on the best storage solutions for toys. Use Hanging Totes Tote bags are ideal containers for children’s toys because they are easily moved by children themselves and can be hung from hooks on doors or walls throughout the play area. It’s important to label hanging totes with the toys that go inside so that the child knows which bag they have to look through to find their favourite toy. Each bag should also have a set place within the playroom to encourage organization. Consider Modular Options Modular options such as benches help to keep an open feel to the playroom area. A bench with cubbies underneath…

1 Feb 2013

The owner of one of North America’s most well-known animals of 2012 is waiting to hear the result of a lawsuit she filed toward the end of the year. According to the Toronto Sun, the…

7 Feb 2012

Most pet owners take pride in having all of the supplies their dogs or cats need to ensure they're comfortable and content. Over the years, many owners will purchase countless items for their pups or kittens ranging from dog beds and cat perches to pet food, bowls and toys. Finding storage for all of these items can be hard, however Better Homes and Gardens recently gave advice for keeping such supplies out of the way.According to the magazine, owners might want to invest in a large armoire or clean out some closet space to keep Fido's items contained. Not only can this make your current living situation easier, it might also help keep the dog stress-free as well.Storing a pet's…

2 Nov 2011

As Christmas draws near, parents who have an idea about what their kids want for the holiday may be wondering how difficult it will be to find. Walmart Canada has attempted to make that a bit easier, as it recently released its list of what will likely be the top-selling toys of the 2011 holiday season.Included among the gifts that are sure to be high on kids' wish lists are an updated version of the classic board game Battleship, computer tablets like the LeapPad, remote control cars, Sesame Street's "Let's Rock Elmo," Barbie Sisters Go Camping Camper and the Star Wars Ultimate FX Lightsaber.Todd Sharman, vice president of hardlines and seasonal for Walmart Canada, said that the company recognizes kids'…

5 Aug 2011

A new study is indicating Canadian parents may not be as vigilant as they should be when giving their kids toys to play with. According to a recent survey conducted by retailing giant Toys “R” Us, more than half – 52 percent – of Canadian parents with children do not check to see if a toy has been subject to any manufacturers’ recalls before handing it over to their kids. The survey was conducted to promote the toy retailer’s “Great Trade-In” event, which will be held through August 21st. Toronto parents who bring in toys, strollers, cribs, car seats or other products that may be defective or hazardous to children may be eligible to receive 20 percent off a child-centered…

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