As a kid, what is the next best alternative to show bags from the Royal Melbourne Show? The answer is most certainly kid-friendly hampers. Sometimes in the late weeks of September it is hard to get the whole family together on the weekend to go to the show, not to mention the infinite queues, crowds of people, smell of animals and sound of crying kids.
In order to make it up to my kids for not going to the show, when Christmas comes around I like to reward them with what is called the ‘Lolly Tower’. It is a Christmas hamper designed and assembled for the kids. A 3 tiered tower with all your childhood favourites including Chocolate Hearts, it is a real treat for your kids or the inner kid inside of you.
So was I. Every year buying the Christmas gifts gets a little monotonous. Socks for the son, baby products for the soon to be mother, tools for the father and make up for the daughter. It can be a tiresome and boring process. However I wanted to change things up this year. I didn’t want to spend my money on the same presents as always.
I went looking on the internet for something different and after searching for Christmas gifts, I found a website that sparked my interest. http://www.goeasyonline.com.au
They sell a huge range of kids cubby houses and accessories that are such value for money (win for me), couldn’t be more convenient – delivery Australia wide (win for me) and are practical – allowing all ages a chance to get fit again and see the outdoors (win for them). Highly recommended!
I built my first cubby with my brother when we were kids and it was the headquarters of all our adventures. We were lucky to grow up with an amazing garden and I wanted the same for my kids. We have had the garden for a long time but the kids never really used it quite as much as we would have liked. Last year we decided to try and do something about it and after a bit of shopping around, we got in touch with Lifespan Kids.
Lifespan Kids have a great range of equipment for children and we looked through the rage a bit and decided to have someone come out and take a look at our garden. They ended up suggesting we get a cubby, swings and a trampoline and helped us with layout and all the rest. In a few weeks everything was set up and ready to rock and the only challenge now is getting the kids inside for dinner.