Dandelion, Earth Friendly Goods, is a family owned company. Craig & Amy Shumway, owners, had a vision in 1987 to bring something truly unique to the market. They know that parents are more concerned now than ever about what kinds of products their babies touch and suck on. The Dandelion brand brings parents peace of mind. They manufacture all sorts of feeding items and infant products. New in their line-up are the Handcrafted Pretend Play Rattles – handmade, crocheted rattles that are perfect for little hands to grasp. They’re available as a police officer, construction worker, fireman, queen, king, wizard, mom, dad, brother, sister, grandma, grandpa, pirate, and mermaid.
These Handcrafted Pretend Play Rattles are so very adorable! Knowing these were rattles, I wasn’t sure if my toddler would be beyond playing with these before we got them. But as soon as I opened up the Construction Worker, Police Officer, & Fireman, he was interested. He came right over and went about setting them in and on things around the house. They even entertained him at church. They would be absolutely perfect for a baby, but they grow right along with your little one – my toddler loves them! I love that these are made of natural fibers, and they’re even machine washable – a must in my house! I know my boy will continue to grow with these and join the world of make believe with them, too!
You can order your own Dandelion Handcrafted Pretend Rattles on their website, or at Whole Foods and other specialty stores. They retail starting at either $12.99 or $14.99 each depending on the rattle.
One A Mom’s Take reader will win
a set of 2 Dandelion Pretend Play Rattles
(Choose from one of the following sets:
Police & Fireman, King & Queen,
Mom & Dad, Brother & Sister,
Grandma & Grandpa, or Pirate & Mermaid)
Ends 9/7/12 at 11:59 PM ET. Open to US Only.
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Disclosure: I received a set of 3 Dandelion Pretend Play Rattles in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.