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Coco Village's Huge VIP Black Friday Sale

Coco Village's Huge VIP Black Friday Sale * This post contains affiliate links to some of the products that I use and love. This means that if you shop directly through the links, your purchase supports my blog at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support!   Are you looking for a quality holiday toy for a little one? Checkout Coco Village . Here is their Instagram page. They have something for babies all the way to adults. We discovered Coco Village about 2 years ago when I was searching for a birthday present for my daughter’s first birthday. I saw a post for a Coco Village kitchen bundle and I bought it. I’m so glad I did, because my daughter has loved playing with it. To date it is her favorite toy to play with and I love how it inspires her imagination.                    Coco Village gifted us these fire station toys. I love that these items are high quality, so I know that they will last for the years to come. They are high quality wooden toys. These toys ar

Repurposed Wipe Dispenser Sensory Box

Repurposed Wipe Dispenser Sensory Box

My daughter has all the bright, colorful, fun toys you could imagine. Usually instead of those toys she would rather play in the dogs dish, explore my makeup drawer, pull all the dirty laundry out of the hamper, or pull all the wipes out of the wipe dispenser. 

When I was looking for activities to work on with Maci I came across an activity that repurposed a used wipe container into a sensory box. If your child is anything like mine I'm sure you have picked up your share of wipes off the ground. I was happy to find an activity that would help fulfill her urge to pull things out of containers. Maci lives for pulling things out of containers and occasionally putting them back.  

The best part about this activity is it is so easy to assemble and well loved. All you need is an empty wipe container (I'm sure you have plenty laying around) and pieces of fabric. I had extra pieces of fabric laying around from sewing projects I had done in the past (I haven sewn in years. I need to start again). If you don't have extra fabric on hand you can use old towels, t-shirts, jeans, etc. or you can purchase some scraps for a reasonable price. For the wipe container, I prefer Huggies. They have some cute containers and the pop lids are easy for little hands to open and close. Another factor I like about Huggies containers is that they have rubber openings so little hands can slide in and out without getting scratched. 

This activity is perfect for working on fine motor skills. You can work with your little one on opening and closing the lid, pulling out fabric, putting fabric back into the container, talk about the different textures of the fabric, and talk about the different colors/patterns of the fabric. If your child is a little older you could hide items in the container for them to find. Example: "I have hidden your small purple bear and yellow letter b. See if you can find them." 

I hope your little one enjoys this activity as much as Maci did. Please let me know if you have any questions and/or comments. 

Have fun learning together,



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