The Spoon Sisters Toddler

Taxi Booties Taxi!!! You don’t have to hail from The Big Apple to recognize the iconic symbol of the New York City Yellow Taxi Cab. It’s reproduced here in an adorable pair of hand crocheted booties for tiny matter where they reside. A gentle elastic keeps booties from falling off. Sized 12 months. Booties measure approximately 4" L x 2 1/2" W x 1 1/2" H and 2" H at its tallest part. Come packaged in a felt gift container 4" L x 4" W x 1 1/2" H. Price: $33.00
  • 112 months ago The Spoon Sisters »

    The Goodfather If you know a first-time father who doesn’t know a burb cloth from a table cloth, this is the gift for him! This interactive CD provides hundreds of helpful hints on what a Daddy needs to know about babies...but is probably too tired from sleep deprivation to ask. It's designed from a “man’s point of view” and edited by licensed nurse midwives to ensure that each topic is medically sound for babies 0 -12 months. Also includes a Baby Naming Book and a Baby Card Announcement Maker. Makes a great baby shower gift for first time Daddies-to-be! Compatible with Windows and Macintosh. Price: $34.95

  • 123 months ago The Spoon Sisters »

    Here's the world's first fully interactive, sensory-stimulating, touch-sensitive, portable, wearable, audio-visual entertainment system made exclusively for babies...and it's doesn't even require batteries! Just slip The Bobo Glove on and capture your baby's attention with all the doodads and sounds infants find engaging -- squeaker, noisemaker, rattle, crinklers, teething ring, rings to pull on and things that velcro.

  • 123 months ago The Spoon Sisters »

    At the turn of the last century, quilters used their leftover fabrics to make these "yoyo" dolls. Designed by Kinderware, each doll is hand sewn with great care by a fair trade group in Bolivia. Available in four animals: bunny, puppy, mouse and pig, no two are exactly alike.

  • 126 months ago The Spoon Sisters »

    A million years in the making, you can now invite a dino to dinner! Of course, we’re partial to the “spoon-osaurs”, but have to admit the “fork-ceratops” comes in handy at mealtimes too. They're soft, safe and ergonomically designed to fit children’s hands