Sunday Funday Giveaway: Haba Baby | Watering Can by Spielstabil

We all know Moms Milk Boutique is our favorite place to shop for cloth diapers and baby carriers, but did you know you can also get toys for your little ones from Moms Milk Boutique? There are many wonderful developmentally appropriate and eco-friendly options to choose from!

For example this Haba Baby 1 liter Watering Can by Spielstabil. ¬†It’s made especially for little hands to hold and pour. Your toddler will enjoy using this watering can to help in the garden, to water sand to build castles, to wet dirt for mud pies, or even to splash around in the bathtub!

If your toddler is anything like mine, water play is definitely a top choice activity. He loves it! We have had various watering cans in the past for him to play with, but they all seem to break fairly easy. ūüôĀ However this watering can made by Spielstabil, a Germany based company, is built to last! In fact their products are backed by a¬†THREE year guarantee! Extensive product testing demonstrates that even under frequent use and intense play (ie-toddlers!),¬†Spielstabil toys do not break and remain safe. In addition to providing years of enjoyment for your wee one, Spielstabil toys are FREE of yucky toxins like PVC, PBA, and phthalate. That certainly makes this eco-conscious mama happy!

If you would like to win a FREE Spielstabil Watering Can for your toddler (or to gift to a toddler in your life) enter this week’s giveaway below. One winner will be selected at random on Sunday, August 26, 2012. Winner will be notified via email and is asked to reply within 48 hours of email with shipping address in order to claim their prize.

-Sarah

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One Response to “Sunday Funday Giveaway: Haba Baby | Watering Can by Spielstabil”

  1. Brigitta says:

    this would be great for my littlest gardener! she prefers her peas straight off the vine- as in “mom, you’re not feeding me fast enough- just yank them off the vine and hand them over”