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Take your Mail Adventure to next level with this adorable mail hat. With HOMER Play, we encourage your child to use their imagination and create a world all their own.

Support your child’s imaginative play with this fun and easy DIY dress up accessory. Plus, it looks great with your child’s canvas mailbag!

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Mother’s Day is around the corner! All moms and mother figures deserve to be showered with love and attention, but we know that even the best of us can drop the ball. Don’t worry — we’ve got your back! We’ve put together a list of four amazing last minute ideas for those of you who aren’t quite prepared for Mother’s Day. Keep reading for some great suggestions!

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Parent Tip:

It is not just OK that a child wants to hear the same story repeatedly, it’s terrific! It might be a bit tedious for you, but it is extremely beneficial for your child. Wanting to hear a story over and over again means that the characters and the storyline have meaning and actually matter to your child. It means that your child understands the story and with each reading is finding more pleasure in that understanding. It also means that your child is learning to get “lost” in the book.

Your child might even begin memorizing the words he or she hears and engage in pretend reading by turning the pages and saying the words independently. This is a wonderful pre-reading step into reading — it means that this special book has become a friend, a source of repeated pleasure and delight, and that is precisely how we want children to feel about books and reading!

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