You might think that non-walking babies don’t really need much in a playground - and you’re not wrong. But having been at many playgrounds while my three kids were babies, I can tell you that some playgrounds are much better than others. The playgrounds on this list are great for babies, but they are also playgrounds that older siblings and friends will love.
Join Kayben Farms on August 4 from 9am - 5pm as they unveil all the new additions to the nature playground, play games, dress up, do crafts, have wagon rides and more at their Forest Festival event! Don't miss the fairy dress-up contest - the winner will receive a whimsical photoshoot at Kayben Farms!
Kayben Farms believes in nature play all day - in running through the grass, meeting a lamb up close, in breathing deep! Unplug and join them in exploring our natural world. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit their website!
1. What’s Old is New: Vintage. Noticed an influx of retro tunes, toys, and togs lately? Modern parents are coasting on a wave of nostalgia that’s bringing all sorts of vintage into vogue. Nearly any party theme can take on a vintage twist for a fresh, new-again vibe, says mom of one Lauren Isaacs. Isaacs drew on the Little Golden Books she loved as a child to craft a ‘vintage kitten’ theme for daughter Evelyn’s first birthday celebration. “We’re having a throwback moment in parenting and clinging to themes and styles that we liked from our childhoods,” she says.
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