We’re huge fans of the Step2 Company, aren’t you? Kim from Thrifty Nifty Mommy recently had the chance to review the Happy Home Cottage & Grill and her daughter just loves it. Check out her full review to see the details! You can also watch her review here:
The Happy Home Cottage & Grill was recently released in PINK and is available exclusively at Toys”R”Us. Here are some details about it:
The Happy Home Cottage and Grill by Step2 is a toddler’s dream playhouse that resembles the home, plus it has a grill! Little ones can pretend play as they are grilling, cleaning and welcoming guests into their very own home. The realistic and charming exterior of this kid’s cottage will look great in any backyard. The outdoor fun never ends with this outdoor kid’s playhouse. Made in USA of US and imported parts from China.
The Step2 Happy Home Cottage and Grill (In Pink) Features:
- Working Dutch door and shutters
- Molded-in flower box perfect for real or fake flowers
- Interior includes kitchen seat, fireplace, wall clock, play phone, built-in shelves and kitchen table and faucet
- Open design keeps kids visible
- Exterior features pass-through mailbox and realistic doorbell (requires two “AAA” batteries, not included)
- Charming design with realistic stone and wood finish
- Built-in floor with drain holes
- Adult assembly required
To celebrate the launch, we’re giving one away too!
Open to the continental US only, ages 18 and up. Ends 10/19/2016 at 11:59 PM EST.
Enter using the Giveaway Tools form below. Good luck!
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