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Promoted 08-25-2016 by Randy71 at 04:32 PM View Original Post
Walmart has Disney Fairies Metal Multi-Bin Toy Organizer (Lavender) on sale for $14.99. Select free store pickup, otherwise Shipping is free w/ ShippingPass (free 30-day trial available) or on orders of $50+. Thanks brisar

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Recommended for ages 3 - 6. Assembled dimensions: 24.8" L x 10.63" W x 25.39" H ~RevOne

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Edited August 25, 2016 at 09:47 AM by annie930ny
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I was worried because it looks pretty cheap. After reading the reviews, it looks like that may be the case.

I will pass. Thanks though!
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TRASH!!!! Kmart makes ones like this that are good!
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looks like a smaller, stripped down version of the toy bins that typically go on sale for around $25 on black Friday (here is an example [toysrus.com]). I'd either wait until black Friday or spend the extra on the larger version now, which is sturdy and provides a fair amount of space for toys, etc...
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As a soon to be father of a baby girl, I kind of want to keep her away from all the commercialized pink and Disney princesses omg themed stuff, any SD parents with thoughts on that? I personally don't like the idea of Disney brainwashing little girls into princesses, kissing frogs, Prince Charming, that kind of stuff lol. I could be totally wrong though, what do I know I'm not a parent yet.
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Quote from aznxenon View Post :
As a soon to be father of a baby girl, I kind of want to keep her away from all the commercialized pink and Disney princesses omg themed stuff, any SD parents with thoughts on that? I personally don't like the idea of Disney brainwashing little girls into princesses, kissing frogs, Prince Charming, that kind of stuff lol. I could be totally wrong though, what do I know I'm not a parent yet.
Kids find their own way in to things. I agree with not pushing them in any certain direction, but you are going to be amazed in the end. We don't have cable and actually tried to push Sesame Street a little.
Our kiddo went through a HUGE Winnie the Pooh phase. Now she is on Paw Patrol and Minnie Mouse.
In the end, their happiness is all that matters. Wait until they ask for the fairy toy bin...because one day they will and you will enjoy putting the smile on their face Smilie
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Quote from aznxenon View Post :
As a soon to be father of a baby girl, I kind of want to keep her away from all the commercialized pink and Disney princesses omg themed stuff, any SD parents with thoughts on that? I personally don't like the idea of Disney brainwashing little girls into princesses, kissing frogs, Prince Charming, that kind of stuff lol. I could be totally wrong though, what do I know I'm not a parent yet.
I completely understand what you mean. Our first was a girl and I HATE pink. Even though, I had no idea she was a girl until birth....she had plenty of green, yellow, light or baby blue, red (yes), white, etc. Unfortunately, she found her way to the color pink, which is now her fave (she's 11). She has never bern into the Disney stuff...she is my tech child. The 4yo just started to get in to Minnie Mouse, but her favorite color is yellow.

Funny thing is...as a parent, we purchased several Disney DVDs for them to watch, but they show NO interest at all. So, it could go either way. Congrats on the baby!
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Great deal,appreciated!
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#10
I bought one a couple years ago. It gets rather rigged use in the basement. And it's only recently that it's gotten wobbly. Very good deal IMO.
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Good good good.TY OP.
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Nice deal.
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Quote from aznxenon View Post :
As a soon to be father of a baby girl, I kind of want to keep her away from all the commercialized pink and Disney princesses omg themed stuff, any SD parents with thoughts on that? I personally don't like the idea of Disney brainwashing little girls into princesses, kissing frogs, Prince Charming, that kind of stuff lol. I could be totally wrong though, what do I know I'm not a parent yet.
Completely understand and agree; however....
I'm a stay at home dad and pushed Curious George heavily. She just turned 6 and still loves George! Of course she found the fairies and princesses and loves pink! Disney Channel is the best because the commercials do not push products, only more Disney shows. PBS is also good.
But more than tv, read to her. I read 6 books a day (3 at nap time and 3 at bed time) since the day she was born and now I read one chapter a night and she reads two picture books to me.
Disney isn't bad, just in moderation!
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great deal, love it , thanks
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No Vidia no deal.
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