Things I Love Thursday- EBeanstalk

tilt Back when I first started to post on something I loved everything Thursday, I declared my love for eBeanStalk.com.Then the whole lead poisoning from toys made in China thing happened and my love grew even more. Then they started sending out emails about different developmental concerns every parent has and I was fully devoted. The mom in me and the pediatric physical therapist in me had found a toy company that was a perfect fit.

In today’s world of crappily made toys that do little more than blink and make noise, it is nice to see a company dedicated to quality toys that promote developmental skills in babies, toddlers and children. All of their toys are selected by fellow moms and developmental experts. And they are quality. You really do get what you pay for here. Their toys might be a bit pricier than what you find at your local big box store, but you are also getting toys that will last a lot longer and will benefit your child’s development.

Here is an example of what they stand for :

Ebeanstalk is dedicated to a baby’s development. And we select the best baby toys matched to a baby’s development. To see great information on how a baby grows up, check out the info on our baby toys page.

Picking toys for a baby is not as simple as it sounds. Here are some quick baby facts:

  • Toys for a newborn baby: A newborn baby is briefly looking at objects and attempting to imitate facial expressions. They can follow objects with their eyes and usually quiet down, when they are picked up.
  • Toys for a three month old: They will enjoy ‘frolic play’, reaching for objects and will repeat enjoyable activities. Believe it or not, they will respond to ‘no’ (about half the time) and will start babbling.
  • Toys for a six month old: They’ll search for hidden objects (object permanence). They’ll reach for themselves in the mirror, play peekaboo, crumple paper, roll from their stomach to their back and even respond to their name.
  • Toys for a nine month old: They are pushing toy cars, playing pat-a-cake and looking for hidden sounds. The baby toys they are playing with are also getting more fun.

Then, when you head over to their site, you will see their toys are listed by age so you can make sure you are getting something appropriate for your child. They have a great gift registry and if you are on the buying end of things, you can purchase a gift series so they will get developmentally appropriate gifts shipped to them throughout the year. I have truly never been disappointed in anything I have bought for them or received as a gift when I have used their gift registry.

Do you want to try them out? eBeanStalk.com has generously offered my readers a 15% discount on your first purchase at their site. Please use the code TGS345 at checkout. As you can see, I am really excited about this company and hope you will be too.

What is it you love this week? I truly love reading what you all post and hope you will take the time to stop by the other participant’s blogs and read their posts. That way we all get a little traffic bump and our little carnival will continue to grow. For more tips on posting, check this out. Otherwise, link up below.


  1. We’re huge eBeanStalk fans as well! So very true.

    Thanks for the host. I am so excited about our first ever “Live Blogging Best of Carolina Beach Getaway” with Giveaways !

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  2. I’ve never heard of those toys. My boys are older. I’m so excited to see Mr. Linky! Yeah!
    Thanks for hosting!

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  3. Thank you for the suggestion! They look like they have a lot of great toys for all ages. I bookmarked their site!

    Creative and Curious Kids!

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  4. do you know how many topics I have on my list of things to blog about for TILT? Tons. And somehow I never get around to it. I PROMISE I will join up again next week, maybe I will even write it in advance and future-date it so it automatically posts. ooooh how techno-savvy of me!

    how was the ultrasound?

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  5. I love love love yarn shops filled with luscious skeins of cashmere and alpaca, moreno wool and silk.

    Sigh….I could browse for hours.

  6. I love buying toys online because you can get better quality toys and it saves me the dreaded experience of taking my kids to the toy store! Thanks for the suggestion of a great site to use!

    I messed up my first link in Mr. Linky but I don’t see the smiley face to be able to delete it. Sorry!

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  7. What a cool site! I’ll have to remember them for upcoming birthdays!

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  8. I had the pleasure of winning a toy from there once, and we absolutely adored it and made the HUGEST wish list from there. We want it all lol

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  9. Sounds pretty cool I may have to go check them up for my kids upcoming birthdays. I have no idea what I want to get for them. Isn’t that terrible?

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  10. No kids for me yet…but I am sure I will be surrounded by toys in the future. I will keep the site in my favorite things!


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  11. I am defintely going to check it out. Thanks for sharing. Lord knows, Bryson always need more toys! =)

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  12. This week I’m sharing my most comfortable sandals ever! They rock!

  13. Hmmm… this website may have to be passed on to Nana and Papa…

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  14. thanks for sharing lots of great information

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