Tuesday, October 1, 2013

A Mid-Year Milestone & Chuggington Wooden Railway #Giveaway

I can still recall the first time Jackson imitated a Chuggington choo-choo with full-on childhood excitement. It was just a tiny arm pump with an ear-to-ear grin. That tiny arm pump has since developed into an inquisitive little toddler asking "mama, where choo-choo at?"

Chuggington Wooden Railway #Giveaway

Hard to believe that last week my baby who first recognized the choo-choo turned two and a half years old. 30 months. 130.4 weeks, according to the Google. No longer quite a baby. Who are we kidding, he's far from a baby these days.

In these 30 months, Jackson has gone from snuggling up for an episode of Chuggington, to requesting his very on Chuggington setup. You may recall, Christmas last year even had a bit of a Chuggington theme. Gah, this kid can just not get enough of it!

Chuggington Wooden Railway #Giveaway

So, when the Chuggington Wooden Wilson's Lift & Load Figure 8 Set arrived on our doorstep I was ecstatic! Our playroom, ahem quasi guest room, doesn't quite have room for a train table, so I improvised with our toy chest. And? It made the perfect setting for our new Chuggington Lift & Load Station.

Immediately drawn the bridge, you could see his little imagination beginning to flourish! This wooden railway is the ideal set for the budding engineer, and with not too many pieces a quick assembly for Mom and Dad.

Chuggington Wooden Railway #Giveaway

Chuggington Wooden Railway #Giveaway

Jackson loves the lift tower! He spent a good ten minutes back and forth with the tower before moving on for another lap around to the loading station. I chugged Wilson along with Jackson, impressed by the wooden track.

As a boy-mama, I always love seeing kids' train tables set up with a multitude of tracks and I'm so excited to get Jack's collection started with this Wilson's Lift & Load Set. And, as I've learned from Sarah, even girl-moms need a good train set in their lives.

Chuggington Wooden Railway #Giveaway

Creative play is an important factor in this season of our children's lives. I'm excited for the chance to provide a toy that sparks his imagination and fuels his creativity. 

If you would've asked me four years ago if I'd ever spend an entire afternoon staring at my toddler through the door of his playroom as he chugga-choo-choo'd his little heart out, I'd have laughed in your face. Motherhood took me by surprise and I could not be more thankful. It's moments like these that bring this whole parenting gig into perspective. 


The fabulous people from TOMY Toys are offering one of The View From 510 readers their own Chuggington Wooden Wilson Lift & Load Figure 8 Set! Follow the Rafflecopter prompt below and best of luck!

Oh, AND, be sure to stop by this week's Life Created Tuesdays link party!

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Disclaimer: I received a product in return for my honest review of this product. I recived no compensation for this post. The View From 510 is not responsible for the shipping of the Wilson Lift & Load Figure 8 Set.  

22 comments:

  1. Quinn is really starting to get into trains now, although I think boats are still at the top of the list. His birthday in next month (omg) and this is just perfect.

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  2. Nicky is starting to get into trains. We got him a train table for Christmas- shh! :) I can't believe your little boy is already so big! Where does time go?

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  3. Trains, Legos and art sets :) My sweet boy loves all of those things.

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  4. We are starting to finally get into our little people barn and house. We also love blocks.

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  5. Oh you know we love trains in this house...and also trucks!

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  6. Oh my gosh, what sweet pictures! Isn't it amazing how fast and how much they grow?! I'm always astounded. We're definitely going to have to "boy" up our toy collection at some point... Logan is playing with dolls and Leah's kitchen with what is probably alarming frequency (to one who is alarmed over such things - obviously not me!).

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  7. I think blocks are one of the most creative things you can give a kid.

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  8. So cute! andrew has just recently jumped aboard the "choo choo train" and I know he would love this! Looks like Jackson is having a blast with it.

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  9. My favorite creative toy for kids is probably Lego

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  10. My grandson loves building with his Mega Bloks and making things like bridges, etc.

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  11. My son loves building with Magna Tiles!

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  12. My little boy would love this!!!

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