Here’s a quick game that will take you 20 years back before the technology revolution.  See if you remember these Fisher Price toys and what their names are:

And the answers are . . . [drum roll please] . . . 1. Chatter Telephone, 2. Rock-A-Stack and 3. Corn Popper.  If you knew the answer to any of these classic Fisher Price toys, then you probably grew up around my day, where Fisher Price was a trusted staple in everyone’s home.  With over 80 years of finding innovations for new parents, Fisher Price has been the cornerstone of kids toys, built from traditional fundamentals centered on the ‘intrinsic play value, ingenuity, strong construction, good value for the money, and action.’

Recently, Fisher Price has brought their fundamental values, strong history and integrity to the baby furniture industry and created a fantastic nursery furniture line that is specially designed to fill your nursery with style and value. is proud to introduce several new vintage-inspired, craftsman and traditional collections of remarkable value that will work perfectly for any style nursery.  A new incredibly helpful attribute is Fisher Price‘s Just the Right Height™ feature where the baby crib can be lowered to give parents easier access to baby while staying true to the highest safety standards.  If you are looking for nursery furniture from a trusted brand that fits well within your budget, you must see these amazing new Fisher Price Collections:

Ayden Collection:


Charlotte Collection:

Kingsport Collection

Lakeland Collection


Lansdale Collection:


Malibu Collection:


Newbury Collection:

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I am a sassy, full-time mommy and love to blog. My 2 beautiful daughters and husband Jared are my world, and if there is anything I can do to save time and money so I can be with them, I am all ears! With another baby on the way, juggling parenting and work-life are tough, so I am always finding new and creative ways to share the love with my fellow mommy blogging community. I also have a deep passion to help people and work with a few causes in hopes to help make a difference.

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