Let’s start out by taking a quick poll. Raise your hand if you love getting mail. I’m going to go out on a limb and say that most of your hands are raised. I LOVE getting mail. I love
chasing my children down the driveway walking down the driveway to open that mailbox and hoping to see at least one thing with my name on it that is not a credit card application or a bill. I count it even more exciting when I hear the *tap,tap,tap* quickly followed by the growl of an engine, as the delivery person moves with superhero speed from door to truck, dropping off the heart-warming gifts for me! It doesn’t matter if I bought it for myself, or if it is dog food and coffee, it feels like Christmas morning. If you are thinking, this poor woman needs to get out, you are probably right. I digress…
I seem to have passed on my love for receiving mail to my children. It is a fight to the finish to see who can get to the mailbox first to open the tiny door and spill all of the contents onto the pavement (not between the children and myself, for the record). And our delivery persons have often been greeted by a little one in their undies because they couldn’t resist running to the door and opening it when they hear the knock, while their mother was stuck on the couch nursing a baby and couldn’t gather herself quickly enough to catch them with her extra set of arms. They LOVE getting mail. So you can imagine the excitement on their faces when my oldest received a rather official box with his name on it.
He carried the box in the house and announced that it was HIS and he was more than ready to open it. If we were the kind of people who had knives and scissors lying around, he wouldn’t have hesitated to grab them. Thankfully, it was I who opened the package and had enough sense to grab my camera. The squeals and giggles that came from he and his sister as they ripped though the tissue paper were contagious. They pulled out each game, and quickly got to work figuring out how to “play” it.
Little Pnuts is a unique subscription toy company that sends Special Deliveries, eco-friendly, sustainable, natural and organic toys, to arrive on your Little Pnuts doorstep. The contents of the box were education and age-appropriate. He was on the brink of turning four and each game’s lesson was on par with preschool education curriculum. My favorite game was a magnetic board with picture cards and the word spelled beneath the image. The child then takes each letter and spells out the word that is on the card. It is simple and engaging for my son.
I love this box. I love that my son would be getting a refreshing group of educational games every month. If you are looking for a gift for your child, niece or nephew, look no further. It really is a gift that keeps on giving. And the things in this box are a good surprise, and not junk that you will toss into the trash or look to regift. Little Pnuts gives you items that enhance your child’s play and engage their mind in a fun and carefree way.
The creators of Little Pnuts get it. They get that kids, like adults, love to receive mail. They get that having your name on a box is empowering, even at age 4. They get that education takes root when children are having fun and playing a game. They get the benefit of active imaginations and good ol’ fashioned playtime. They get that learning to care for your environment starts now. They get it. And now you should get it!
Little Pnuts is giving away one (1) December Special Delivery box to one of you! So enter now for this great gift, perfect for any child!
**Disclaimer – This is a sponsored post for Little Pnuts. Anna was given one box in exchange for the review. However, all opinions are 100% her own and we stand behind all products we endorse.**