10 Best Toys For Grandparents House

Updated on: September 2023

Best Toys For Grandparents House in 2023

Peppa Pig and Family Figure Grandpa Granny Exclusive Set of 6

Peppa Pig and Family Figure Grandpa Granny Exclusive Set of 6
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2023

How to Babysit a Grandma

How to Babysit a Grandma
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2023
  • Celebrate the special bond between grandmas and grandkids in this delightful book that puts the kids in charge of taking care of Grandma...if just for one day.
  • A New York Times Bestseller
  • When you babysit a grandma, if you're lucky, you'll have a sleepover at her house! And with the useful tips found in this book, you're guaranteed to become an expert grandma-sitter in no time. (Be sure to check out the sections on: How to keep a grandma busy; Things to do at the park; Possible places to sleep, and what to do once you're both tucked in for the night.)

The Gruffalo

The Gruffalo
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2023

Toy Story 3

Toy Story 3
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2023
  • Condition: New
  • Format: DVD
  • AC-3; Animated; Closed-captioned; Color; Dolby; Dubbed; DVD; NTSC; Subtitled; Widescreen

The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind

The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2023

Just Add Magic

Just Add Magic
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2023

My PlayHome Stores

My PlayHome Stores
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2023
  • Imaginative, open-ended play
  • No in-app purchases, subscriptions, 3rd party adverts or social media
  • Works seamlessly with the original My PlayHome

Le Toy Van Budkins Set of 2 Grandparent Posable Figures Premium Wooden Toys for Kids Ages 3 Years & Up, Grandparents, 4 inches

Le Toy Van Budkins Set of 2 Grandparent Posable Figures Premium Wooden Toys for Kids Ages 3 Years & Up, Grandparents, 4 inches
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2023
  • PART OF THE BUDKINS COLLECTION - Add Grandmother and Grandfather to your Budkins collection
  • WONDERFUL WOODEN PAINTED TOY - Budkins are bendy, pose-able characters made of wonderful wooden heads and feet, dressed in real fabric clothing with most accessories, made of painted wood. Stylish aesthetics and high play value encourage real learning through imaginative play and social interaction
  • DEVELOPED FOR LITTLE HANDS - These painted budkins characters are developed for little hands and big imaginations. Your kids will learn social emotion skills while helping develop their imagination through interactive play
  • LE SCOOP - We make our toys from sustainably sourced rubber wood, re purposing trees that have reached the end of their rubber-giving lives, replanting to maintain the precious eco-system and support the local community
  • PRODUCT DESCRIPTION - Perfectly scaled for the separately sold range of Budkins figures and play sets. Figures are about 4 inches tall and recommended for kids 3 years and older

Grandma's Tiny House

Grandma's Tiny House
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2023

DJECO Dollhouse Grandparent Figures

DJECO Dollhouse Grandparent Figures
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2023
  • Every dollhouse needs The perfect family in Residence; meet the grandparents, their joints are fully moveable, bendable and poseable
  • Exceptional DJECO quality is evident in each figure, The resin construction with finely detailed faces and delicate features enhances play
  • Each character is dressed in carefully selected, modern design, High quality clothes and accessories for engaging life-like play
  • At 4.5 inches tall They are perfectly proportioned for play in all the DJECO dollhouses, or any 1: 12 scale Playset
  • For boys, girls and their friends ages 4+

Dogs Maul Baby to Death in the UK

Breaking News - A UK family has had there baby mauled to death by the family dogs. The pets, a Staffordshire Pitbull Terrier and a Jack Russell killed the baby at his grandparents house.

Baby Jaden Joseph Mack, 3 months, was being cared for at his grandparent's home address while his parents had gone out for the night, as carried in a report by UK network Sky News.

The incident happened in the South Wales valley town of Ystrad Mynach.

A neighbor described the moment of horror when she heard screams by baby Jaden's grandmother, saying that she could hear shouts of: "The baby is dead! He is dead!"

The neighbor named as Ms Ogden said: "It seemed as if somebody was very distressed or being attacked. I came out and saw my neighbour and he knocked on the door and asked her to open the door.

"When the door opened, two dogs ran out. At the time I didn't realize what had happened so, rather than let the dogs get hurt, I picked up the Jack Russell and ushered the other one (Staffordshire bull terrier) off the road.

"The grandmother came out and she was screaming 'The baby is dead! He is dead!' There was no blood on the Jack Russell but with the black one (Staffordshire bull terrier) I couldn't tell."

Ms Ogden who ran to the aid of the baby and his grandparent's and told of the moments when she entered the house saying: "When I entered the room the baby was obviously dead. The baby had a severe injury to his neck and with that the police arrived."

Another local resident who was walking in the area coming home from a night out at the time of the incident told reporters: "It was just after 12pm and I heard the grandmother, she was more than crying - she was absolutely hysterical. The poor woman. It was terrible.

"I know one neighbour tried to give the baby the kiss of life so you can imagine what state he is in now."

Baby Jaden was taken to hospital in Merthyr Tydfil but was later confirmed as already dead on arrival.

A statement made by Sky News UK reporter David Bowden said that the circumstances looked like a "terrible accident."

"Everyone here is very shocked by what's happened," The reporter said.

"It looks at the moment as though this is some very terrible accident. Neighbors say the two dogs, which fed and took for walks, were actually quite placid."

Officers from Gwent Police were at the scene throughout the night and today investing the circumstances leading up to the tragedy.

Gwent Police Chief Inspector Jim Baker stated; "Although the exact cause of death has yet to be established, it is believed a Staffordshire bull terrier and a Jack Russell were responsible for the fatal injuries."

The spokeswoman said the baby was being looked after by a "family member" at the time of the incident.

It has been agreed by the family that both dogs will be put down by a vet.

Police say that a person is to be interviewed but no arrests have been made concerning the terrible accident.

This is a tragic event that underlines the views of many people in the UK and other countries that the 'Staffordshire Pitbull Terrier' should have become an outlawed dog a long ago. Along with certain other breed of dog that are bred purely to be killers.

No family who has children should be allowed to keep dangerous dogs. There is no argument that I have heard that makes for a good case on the matter. We hear all the time echoing from people who have these dangerous animals that the fault lies with the owner, or "my dog is so sweet it would not hurt anyone."

How could anyone know if it was the fault of the dog owner if there is no evidence that the dog has either been mistreated or trained to be vicious?

People purchase a dog in the first place to be part of the family, the question could be asked: 'Should any dog be left with a baby, toddler or any young child?"

All dogs have teeth and have it in them to bite.

So given the fact that even the tamest Poodle can bite, why do people continue to take the risk with dangerous dogs?

The simple fact of the matter is that it is only a matter of time before a dog's temperament snaps. Most dogs do this at some point in their lives, but some far worse than others with terrible consequences.

It is not the first time in the UK that a child has been killed by a Staffordshire Pitbull terrier. I remember living just outside a County called Merseyside in northern England, seeing reports and talking to people who had lived near to one such tragic event. It was back in January 2020, that a 5-year old child from the Lawrenson family in Liverpool was killed by a Staffordshire Pitbull Terrier.

The story at the time brought outrage from the public, who called for a change in the law and led UK police to crackdown on Pitbull owners who didn't have a dog license.

Source: Sky News UK

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