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Blowing Bubbles

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I cannot get over how a simple, timeless activity like blowing bubbles continues to entertain my daughter for hours. Each day we go to the park to see how big a bubble she can blow with her trusty plastic wand, and in the process she gets her hands covered in the soapy solution.

Then, I came across Little Kids' Squeeze 'n Blow Pop-Up Bubbles ($3). The bottle's unique design allows children to squeeze the bottle, revealing the ubiquitous wand that is already coated in soapy water. With a little puff of air, it produces tons of beautiful bubbles, and keeps my lil one's hands clean. Available in Dora, Diego, Backyardigans, car and fairy varieties, there is sure to be one that catches your wee one's eye. And, the bottles can be refilled with your own bubble solution.

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katedavis katedavis 8 years
We had bubbles like these when I was little, but the bottle was shaped like a bear. I LOVED them.
roxtarchic roxtarchic 8 years
try having your lil ones CATCH the bubble in cups.... friends did this at a party, it was HYSTERICAL for them (and to watch) kept them entertained endlessly....
Greggie Greggie 8 years
I got these thinking they'd be great, but they're a waste of bubbles. The wand doesn't go down very far, so I was refilling every two minutes.
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