Kid-sized protective ear protection for the kid. I put some monster truck stickers on there for him.
Yes, I just tweeted this, but I am also posting this blog entry from my iPhone. I’m testing these out in prep for Toy Fair next month. I’m also going to report from the Monster Jam truck show this Saturday.
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This morning I had a chat with Jack Logar from Magic 106.5 FM about the VTech Tote ‘N Go Laptop. My 3 year old son loves playing with his, but there are 30 different games, so this toy is good for ages 3-7. I like that the mouse and keyboard really give my son the sense it’s more of a computer, and not a baby toy. Check out vtechkids.com for more info. I’ll be covering VTech at Toy Fair next month, so stay tuned.
This morning I was excited to talk about the Hot Wheels Monster Jam Monster Trucks with Jack Logar from Magic 106.5 FM. Click below to hear what I had to say about the cars, playsets and the actual event coming up in the next few weeks. Links to the aforementioned videos and articles are also below. Read the rest of this entry »
If you watched my video about the Hot Wheels Monster Jam playsets, you’ll know that I was a little disappointed with the wrecker cars (or victim cars) that are included with the sets. Yeah they look crushed and beat up, but why can’t we get some soft rubber or cheapo plastic cars that would physically crush under the Monster Jam trucks? Perhaps its cost or safety, either way I took matters into my own hands, and produced this PDF of wrecker cars you can quickly print out and assemble (as many times as you want) for your Monster Trucks to run over. Check it out below! Read the rest of this entry »
Tomorrow I have another all new video with free DIY cars that these monster trucks can crush!
Check out our earlier article with tons of pics Monster Jam Monster Trucks (posted on our sister site MillionairePlayboy.com)
I just posted this Monster Truck review at our sister site MillionairePlayboy.com Hot Wheels Monster Jam. I look at several of the trucks, playsets and talk about why they’re so great for kids (at least mine).
I will be covering the Monster Jam show that comes to DC in late January, so stay tuned for more Monster Jam monster truck coverage!
I loved theLego Collector iPhone app that scans the barcode of the individual blind packed Lego minifigures (in series 1 & 2) to cheat a little and let you know who’s inside. Then series 3 came out, and there are no more barcodes! A few sites posted a little chart that purported to reveal which figure was inside based on raised bumps on the packaging. I tried following them along and couldn’t make a positive match on any of them.
Low and behold, I return to my Toys R Us (after Christmas), I see the box of Series 3 minifigs, and what what WHAT, they’re labeled! They were all clearly marked with a little printed sign taped onto the package. Did Lego did this? Did a generous employee? Is this widespread? Anyway, I’m happy, I got my Gorilla suit and Sumo wrestler figures! Let me know in the comments below if your store has the same!