(Part 2) Best home sore for kids according to redditors

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We found 97 Reddit comments discussing the best home sore for kids. We ranked the 72 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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Bedding for kids
Furniture for kids
Nursery bedding
Toddler utensils
Nursery furniture
Nursery decor
Room decor for kids
Baking supplies for kids
Kids bath products

Top Reddit comments about Kids' Home Store:

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

"RAoA Guidelines say not to whore yourself out, but this bar doesn't have the same guidelines. Lucky for both of us I'd do anything for [that octopus tissue thing...;D] (http://www.amazon.com/HDE-Decorative-Childrens-Octopus-Tissue/dp/B0083K9P9Q) "

u/lady_elk · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice
u/kyriedonovan · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm a good mom, because my girls are always happy and my two year old is super polite, even if it's nearly impossible to keep my house clean. (Though this would help with that.)

u/Lirkmor · 2 pointsr/gardening

They have a website and everything, though. They're even on Amazon.

u/lil_punkin_ · 2 pointsr/littlespace

I saw this pillow and blanket combo the other day and regret not buying it 💔 https://www.amazon.com/Kids-Cuddle-Friend-Throw-Pillow/dp/B01N9FIKM5

u/BizarreAndroid · 2 pointsr/Collections

Hey thanks, its less of a puzzle and more of a game. Its a Rubiks Spark

u/Pegguins · 2 pointsr/modelmakers

I actually cant find the ones I was thinking of. I remember seeing this come up pretty recently, it looks cool but I know nothing on bronco. Its also really pushing the 'rocket' thing, but I've had this on my wishlist for far too long.

u/jRodisRad · 2 pointsr/battlewagon

Nice! I went with these and they’ve been great:

Philips Xtreme Vision 360 X-tremeUltinon LED W5W T10 194 168 (6000K) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OYT1322/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_98dOAbSKC7KT5

u/Zerbinetta · 2 pointsr/breakingmom

We got a couple of these. They seem to be doing the trick, and they're machine washable.

u/gutyex · 2 pointsr/homestead

This is not anything I have personal experience with, but something I've seen done (in the UK, so also pretty wet)

Use some of the thinner logs to build a very basic frame, and anything you have to hand that will last long enough for a roof - I think the one I saw used leftover plastic sheeting, attached with a staple gun. The sides can be left open, but are best wrapped in something that will keep some rain out but let a draft through - the one I saw had a double layer of something like this. Pile up the rest of the wood underneath it, using the bark to cover the ground and the small branches stripped off the wood to keep the bottom layer of the ground and the rest of the layers separate when you stack it so that air can get between them.

u/Irockz · 2 pointsr/theydidthemath

Bonus £ time: £13.58 for a Monopoly set

£1 GBP : $1,515.46 Monopoly

15 cents : 0.09p

= 1 Chocolate Coin : 136.39

We should create a currency conversion website.

u/ExdigguserPies · 2 pointsr/gardening

There are already loads of products like this on the market.

Here's one that fits inside any window box

One that you water from the front

I've got one that is almost exactly the same as this kickstarter except it doesn't fold down. You water it with a tube that sticks up, exactly the same and I bought it in a garden centre.

u/moarcoffeeplease · 1 pointr/TryingForABaby

Read your comment and immediately thought of this , lol!

u/thisisappropriate · 1 pointr/Bonsai

I'm not OP, but I'm going to pick up a bag or two of this today and I'm not sure what size pots I need.

The 'trees' are sizable bare-rooted willow cuttings between about 8 and 12 inches long. Will a 30cm pot each be big enough growing room, at least for the next year or two? And the cat litter alone is good for this?

u/flyingfresian · 1 pointr/Wishlist
u/Wes1180 · 1 pointr/AnycubicPhoton

That looks really cool, I was also considering making a thing myself. But if you would be willing to tweak it for my container, that would be great :)

I'm waiting for my photon to arrive, but I did buy two of these

The interior size is roughly 165mm x 105mm x 100mm this is with a little shaved off for wiggle room (the 100mm is height)

I'll print it with my prusa mk3, so the fact it would be too big for the photon to print is fine by me

u/HelloToe · 1 pointr/Coffee

I don't think there's any machines that can use both Nespresso and Dolce Gusto pods. There is, however, an adapter for using K-fee (aka Starbucks Verismo) pods in a Dolce Gusto machine, which probably also works with Caffitaly/CBTL pods. You can also get refillable Dolce Gusto pods, so maybe that would be your best option?

u/UndeniablyPink · 1 pointr/toddlers

We got a mesh bag that suctions from Amazon. It's worked great so far but used to much it's starting to fall apart. Luckily I think it came with a pack of two. I think it was this one 2 x Mesh Bath Toy Organizer + 6 Ultra Strong Hooks - The Perfect Bathtub Toy Holder & Bathroom or Shower Caddy - These Multi-use Net Bags Make Baby Bath Toy Storage Easy - For Kids & Toddlers https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M22WGGI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_WBImDb7ZR892B

u/wutle · 1 pointr/lawncare

Hand weeding and reseeding is fine just be sure to add some soil to fill up the holes created when you weed. I think in the UK you can get away with seeding in spring as you don't get the brutal summer temps that the US does. I reseeded here in Auckland NZ in late spring and we have similar peak summer highs to most of the UK and didn't get any die off. Seed is also cheap, particularly for a small yard, so if you fail no problem just over seed again in Autumn. If it was my lawn I would spot spray the dandelions using glyphosate , wait a week dig them out and then aerate with something like this, add a thin layer of compost (don't smother the existing grass) and then overseed and add a starter fertiliser. Keep the soil moist while the grass is starting out, watering at least once a day depending on the weather. I've never dealt with moss in my lawn but you may need to add lime to change the PH or improve drainage.