Fisher-Price VocalPoint RSVP Playdate

Fisher-Price VocalPoint RSVP Play date


Chelsea and I got the opportunity to test out some Fisher-Price toys. We got to test out Laugh & Learn® Smart Stages™ Train as well as Laugh & Learn® Smart Stages™ Vacuum. I believe Chelsea’s favorite between the two toys was the Choo Choo Train. She loves that there is the little rattle characters that she can have ride or drive the Choo Choo. Right now she has the Monkey in the drivers seat.  Each of these toys have 3 levels of fun. You switch the level as they grow up for more and more fun. One level teaches them the colors the next shapes and numbers etc. These toys are meant for ages 6 months to 3 years old.



The Smart Stages Vacuum teaches colors and abcs. Its so cute that as Chelsea is pushing it that it makes real vacuum sounds. Its funny how it says “Phew I am tired” when she stops pushing. One thing I didn’t really like about the vacuum is that it doesn’t bend like a normal vacuum toy. Its so awkward and short. I do understand its for 12 months and older but the handle does need to extend if possible as well.

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Chelsea really enjoyed getting to share these toys with her friends. All 3 of them seemed to like playing with both toys. The Choo Choo was the big hit though. This play date was definitely a success. We hope to have more play dates like these in the near future. We also hope more of Chelsea’s little friends attend.


2014 Holiday Guide

Disclosure: I got these products free of charge in exchange for my honest opinion. All opinions displayed here are my own.

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