I received several free products from Child to Cherish but am not being compensated in any way for my review. My review is my personal opinion and observations.
Child to Cherish has many different products that would make wonderful gifts for babies and children. The products I received from Child to Cherish include: The
Little Baker” Suitcase, three plush baby rattles and a Plant a Christmas Tree.
The “Little Baker” Suitcase Collection
My three year old really liked this little baker’s set, as did all my other little bakers who are excited to do some Christmas baking! This is a very “sweet” gift idea. The suitcase is like the old tin lunch boxes, but only bigger. It states that it is a food grade tin, so it can double up as a way to carry all the cookies we are going to bake! It measures approximately 8″L x 11″W x 4″H. It came wrapped in plastic, but had a pretty ribbon tied to the handle with a teddy bear cookie cutter. Inside there is a neatly wrapped apron for the aspiring young baker to wear while baking the five delicious recipes contained within Cookie Recipe book that is also included in this little baker’s suitcase. There are also three mini cookie cutters – a gingerbread man, star and heart- perfect for little fingers, a small wooden children’s rolling pin and wooden spoon.
The suitcase comes in the choice of pink and blue.
Plush Baby Rattles from the Buttermilk Farm
These are cute little baby rattles. They are a soft plush toy with a very quiet sound. These products as well as the suitcase all come with a darling little gift tag already attached. Our suitcase has a tag with a mama and baby bear baking cookies. The rattles each tags with a whimsical country farm, probably Buttermilk Farm. The tags are large enough to write a quick note if you managed the writing space well. There is a carrot, pea pod and corn cob.
This simple little gift came in a plastic cylinder container that not only serves as a gift package but is also the little green house in which to grow a Christmas Tree. It contained soil, pebbles and several Christmas Tree seeds. We planted a couple of our seeds and are now waiting for them to grow.
The green house does have two holes in the bottom, so we placed a yogurt lid beneath it to catch the excess water that drains out. There were basic instructions on the label but no written instructions, so this might pose a problem for those who have never planted anything before. However, the process is quite easy. First, you put the pebbles in for drainage, then add the soil and water and finally 2-3 seeds. Voila! The tree is planted.