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Kids in Their Kitchen – fun, non-plastic, wood & felt play food from Land of Nod April 10, 2008

Filed under: Uncategorized — motherofpearls @ 6:41 am

I had no idea that Land of Nod carried some of thse fabulous Kitchen & Food items for kids! I adore their catalog and store where they offer the most adorable bedding and baby/kids furniture.  What’s not to love about their company name and their hilarious and fitting product titles?! Truly marketing genius. I need to start creating a birthday wish list for the Pearls. It’ll be here before we know it. They sure didn’t have toys like this when I was a wee chef in my plastic play kitchen. 

A Spice Rack so they can Spice It Right like Mommy with her Watkins spices! I love that they are wooden & make a shaking sound.

How about this wooden fruit set, “Everybody Cut Fruit Loose”?  It “produces a realistic slicing sound when chopped with the play wooden knife.”
wood play fruit

Alright, this is the last one! I could go on for awhile. Land of Nod, you’ve outdone yourselves with this product line. I want it all.
Play Felt Food

Visit their site, it will bring a smile to your face with their clever product descriptions.

Think outside the house. Shop Outdoor at The Land

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One Response to “Kids in Their Kitchen – fun, non-plastic, wood & felt play food from Land of Nod”

  1. Kristine Says:

    I just found a super fun podcast on iTunes from the Land of Nod! Several episodes with fun children’s music artists, each about 15 minutes and FREE!! Check it out! Can’t beat free kids music!


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