Going green, not just a game at Simple Baby

Simple Baby is launching new wooden toys with a Christmas Game Night.
Dec. 2, 2012 - PRLog -- Simple Baby is defying convention this holiday season with their stance against batteries or electricity in kid’s toys. “Absolutely nothing in our store requires batteries, we prefer limited chemical involvement and rely instead on vivid colors and imaginations,” said Tiffany Carra, owner of Simple Baby. “We carry toys ranging in age from 6 months to 10 years, and I am currently looking for opponents to play our line of Bamboo games.” Carra continues.
      “Cloth diapering is so ecofriendly it only makes sense for the theme to carry on to our toys,” Carra says.  Simple Baby, is saying no to plastic and yes to green.  “We have introduced two lines of handcrafted wooden toys to help Fort Worth families find their green niche this Christmas.”
      Hape™ a German company has revamped some old favorites. The critically acclaimed, Quattro is a two player bamboo game where players strive to line up four colors in a row. Pallina is a two player bamboo game where players pull sticks out of a marble filled net in hopes to keep as many marbles from falling. Hape™ also offers a line of wooden push toys that blow the classic bobble popper out of the water. Haba™ also a German company continues to be provide excellent heirloom quality toys in an in-store only setting. In addition to wooden toys, Haba™ offers a line of indoor children's swings.
    Simple Baby is hosting a Girl’s Night Out Game Night at their store Thursday December 13, 2012 from 6:00PM to 7:30 PM. Simple Baby is a mom owned natural parenting and cloth diaper store located at 3460 Bluebonnet Circle, Fort Worth, TX 76109.
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