Author Richard Louv of Last Child In the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder presents evidence that American children are losing a vital aspect of healthy development as they spend increasingly less time riding bikes, climbing trees, fishing or doing much of anything outdoors.”
Admit it parents…you’ve fallen victim to the TV quick fix and hoped that what Dora explored was something worthwhile….and hopefully educational. Well, lucky for you, Ms. Urban Child has the perfect kid’s patio furniture solution via three easy tips that might even have Mr. Louv writing an extended chapter.
Three Tips To Creating A Kids Out-venture
Tip #1: Dining a la Nature
With the KidKraft Octagon Table, baby Lisa can now join the junior league of “Ladies Who Lunch” with three other guests. The outdoor wood accent furniture set, which seats four, comes with a multi-colored striped umbrella, is made with weather-resistant wood and is the perfect size for your aging toddler (recommended for ages up to 8 years old).
Tip#2: Play Like Your Inside
Almost but not really, the perfect effect created by KidKraft Outdoor Playhouse by KidKraft where kids can be inside while out. This cottage house might just create a spike in the real estate marketplace. Luscious open and close windows and doors, an under-mounted sink (o.k. we are kidding about the under-mounted part) and oh, my, my what storage space this place has!
House warming gifts? That’s a no brainer; an accent rug would fit the bill. Alert the post office there is a new manse on the street and all their packages have free delivery!
Tip #3: Get Your Sleep On
Catch some zzz’s with the Fatboy Headdemock by Fatboy - no “fatboy” is not little Joey’s friend (though it could be) it is the Mecca of weather proof patio furniture, a hammock made with special water and stain-resistant coating, is filled with beads for comfort and is almost big for a kiddy party - lounging as many as three snoozers.