Blanchard Valley Hospital Gift Shop
Indestructibles are colorful paperback picture books built for the way babies read. They are chew-proof, rip-proof and drool-proof making them suitable for even the tiniest hands and mouths. Created by Amy Pixton, a mother of triplets, the delightful series of books are made with non-toxic material that can also be thrown into the dishwasher if they get dirty. (Seriously!) 25 different books include Beach Baby, Baby Faces and Humpty Dumpty, each with beautiful illustrations and simple stories to keep a baby’s attention.
They are sold for $5.95 each at Blanchard Valley Hospital Gift Shop. 419-423-5388, 1900 S. Main St.
Once Upon A Child
Add a little education to mealtimes with Melissa & Doug Learning Mats sold at Once Upon A Child in Findlay. Children can learn about telling time, the alphabet, the solar system and more with mats geared toward different age groups. Mats are $1.99 each and the accompanying write-on wipe-off crayons are $1.99 for five colors. Everything can be wiped off with a wet wipe or washcloth, making cleanup a breeze. So, let the
creativity flow as your children color on these inexpensive, reusable placemats.
419-422-0400, 1825 Tiffin Ave., onceuponachildfindlay.com,
“Once Upon A Child – Findlay” on Facebook
Little Monkey Kitchen
With warm gooey dough and sweet glaze, homemade cinnamon rolls are hard to beat. But for those with food allergies and intolerances they can be both difficult to make and hard to find. Thanks to Cortney Mumaugh, owner of Little Monkey Kitchen, scratch-made, allergy-friendly cinnamon rolls are just a phone call away. Baked in a kitchen completely free of gluten, dairy, egg and soy, these rolls are a fan-favorite. Almost every allergy can be accommodated, so families can enjoy a yummy treat without fear of a reaction. $12 for 6 rolls or $21 for 12. Order by phone or on Facebook.
419-581-9006, “Little Monkey Kitchen” on Facebook
Reflections Salon at Millstream
Reflections Salon at Millstream is a full-service salon offering hair and spa services for about half the price you would pay elsewhere. High school cosmetology students perform all services under the supervision of licensed cosmetology instructor, Heather Schroeder. The salon, open to the public on Wednesdays from 12:30-5pm and Thursdays and Fridays from 12:30-2:30pm, includes services such as haircuts and color, facials, nails, perms and more. Chair pedicures are just $20 while a manicure is only $8. Appointments are suggested as time slots tend to book up quickly. Now is the time to treat yourself to some pampering at a great price!
Call 419.420.3359 to schedule. 419-420-3359, 1150 Broad Ave., “Reflections Salon at Millstream” on Facebook