Friday, February 8, 2008


You are sitting in church and enjoying the worship music with your family and everyone is happy....until the sermon starts. Then, your little toddlers and babies think it is time to pipe up the vocal chords and see how much they can chatter, or cry, or make unusual noises. I have found that it is best to devirt their attention to something that is not only going to entertain them, but will keep them occupied. Sometimes those toys we give them can be so noisey, so you really don't want them to have it. Peek-A-Boo Stuff offers a grand solution! Inventor, Marcella Shumway, wanted to create a way to provide the peace and quiet we crave (well, at least when it has to be quiet). The Peek-A-Boo bag is not only fun for kids to play with, it is educational, too! Kids love searching and finding hidden objects, and with the Peek-A-Boo bag, they can be looking for a long time. Kids can shake, squish and peek through the see-through vinyl window to find all the treasures hiding among the white beads floating inside. Nathaniel, Caleb and Madelyn love playing with the ABC Peek-A-Boo bag we have. It measures 6.5" square. The front has multi-color stripes. On the back, there is soft corduroy. These bags are recommended for ages 3 and up, and I love that I can give it to the kids anywhere : Church, Dr.'s Office, car, airport, store, meetings, etc. The suggested retail price is $15.00. There are currently 3 styles available: boy, girl, and ABC. For more information about Peek-A-Boo bags, you can visit their website:

1 comment:

Qtpies7 said...

I love that! I thought it was adorable when I saw it at Ladies Night.
That would be great for car trips.
I would love to have all three of them.