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We had this book for my daughter who is now 4. She is bright and wonderfully verbal, and has been since she first learned to speak. She was that one year old who spoke in full sentences. Now she is a 4 year old who corrects mommy's grammar lol I attribute it to the efforts of her father and myself, and the tools we had to encourage her learning with.... one of those tools being this book. As early as maybe 2 months old we would go through the book. It's filled with bright boxes of all colors, with a picture of say, a green apple and it says "apple".. or whatever the word is.
It is very easy to snap in and out. Its just a bummer you need to buy everything seperately. Although you can't use the stroller with an infant seat without it. Unless you wait until they are old enough to sit up.
This product here has the style and the protection. Includes the case and a screen protector; get another screen protector though because the one they provide don't hold up as well. It is a bit pricey in my opinion too, should be down to at least 35 stock instead of 39.99. (the original price I got for when it came out) Not saying it is not worth it, but there are cheaper alternatives. So if you got 36 dollars to blow (the price as of 11/8/14 go for it! you won't regret it.
Well, I guess that being surprisingly refractive is what crystal is supposed to do. I hang mine on an aluminum Christmas tree, mounted on a rotating stand, so the little rainbows it casts when the sun hits it as it rotates make it that much more pleasant during the day.
I've tried a lot of things for itchy feet and jock over many years and this product works, FINALLY. I use it in the shower every day and the itch is under control. If I ever take a break from using it, the itch comes back after a while so it's now part of my regimen and I'm so relieved. Smells good to me too.
Although Spore is initially quite impressive, given the novelty of such extensive use of user-designed content, the game quickly becomes disappointing. Creature design (vehicles and buildings also) is essentially cosmetic, aside from a few minor effects in one stage of the game. The game itself, rather than being a single, coherent experience, is divided into 5 mini games (stress on mini), each of which feels very incomplete. On the second or third time playing through, gameplay becomes very formulaic, like playing solitaire without shuffling. I never expect a game to live up to the hype (especially this much hype) but Spore doesn't even come close. Maybe Maxis plans to make us buy half a dozen expansions before the game is worth the base $50 price (see Sims).