LifeStyle || The Importance of Unstructured Play || My #PlayMore message

As you know I’m lucky to call myself a Fisher-Price® Play Ambassador this year. I’m so excited to help spread the word on the importance of unstructured play for our little guys. Through studies and research, Fisher-Price® found that nearly all Canadian parents surveyed (90 per cent) agree overscheduling children’s activities can be overwhelming to them as well as to their children (86 per cent). Along those lines, the majority of parents (80 per cent) believe childhood today is more complicated than it should be. By giving children toys that have been designed to encourage physical, social, emotional, language, cognitive skills and imagination, a lot of what parents seek is right there in their children’s toy box. Let’s join Fisher-Price® to encourage families to take the time to Play More!


Harper has been loving the Fisher-Price® Woodland Friends SpaceSaver Jumperoo™. She likes to jump to the music, sounds and lights and I like that it folds up compactly for easy storage when not in use.


Her other favourite toy is the Fisher-Price® Rock-a-Stack®, which I also had growing up! This classic toy helps baby sort and stack the rings while the bright colours and shiny reflections stimulate baby’s senses and add to the fun!

See more of Harper’s favourites by following #PlayMore


Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Fisher-Price®, although my thoughts and opinions as always remain my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that support me in doing the job I do.

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