If you have a niece, nephew or grandkid to shop for, or if your kids are getting harder and harder to buy for, Toyinfo.org could be a lifesaver this holiday season.
Toyinfo.org helps you choose the right toys for your family, with toy safety facts, free downloadable play guides, and even discussion boards where other parents let you know the real deal on the toys you are considering before you purchase them.
While on the site, you can sign up for important recall notifications to be sent to you automatically.
Coming up on Toyinfo.org: a video from "The Moms of Toy Safety." A discussion from Moms, and even a grandmother who are also safety professional within the toy industry, this upcoming episode will remind watchers of TV's "The View" of the roundtable with Barbara, Whoopee, Sheri, Joy and Elizabeth.
Toyinfo.org is your one-stop resource for anything and everything about toys and play before you buy.
Once you know the skivvy, you'll also want to check out ToyAwards.org.
ToyAwards.org lists all nominations for the "Oscars" of the toy industry, the 2010 Toy of the Year Awards for only the top toys.
What's great about ToyAwards.org this year that is not only do you get the consensus from the experts, but parents and kids can indicate their own favorites--and register to win one of more than 11 prize packages!
Coming up in next in the Holiday Handbook is Viv's personal pick for a videogame the whole family can play together (and your kids will love)!
I wrote this blog post as part of blog tour from Team Mom.