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Weerol grows up with your kids

Kids go through tons of toys during the various phases of their childhood. From ages one to five, their interests are going to change quite a bit. While you can’t know what they’re going to want in advance, you can try and stay ahead of the game.

The Weerol is a multi-functional toy that will change as quickly as your kids do. It has a low cart that to be pushed for the tiny tots who have just started walking, a cart for toddlers who want to constantly be on the go, and a variety of configurations for the 3-5 age range. All in all, two of this play kits can make five different toys, and there are accessories you can add on to make even more options. You can opt for a wheelbarrow, shopping cart, wagon, and more. The best part is that it’s all very simple to assemble and deconstruct. There are three different prints to choose from to put on the side: summer, weebra (zebra), and animal kingdom. One of these kits will be about $124, and two will be around $219.

caitlyn – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • Philip Green

    I just have serious doubts about the wisdom of naming it weerol.
    Makes me think it's something to do with teaching kids not to wee in their pants.

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