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When it comes to your children, DIY is a thing of the present. We use our minds and creativity to entertain them the best way we can. While we’re at it, let’s see if they can also be educated! PVC Ball Drop for Babies When babies start walking, the world is a playground to them. They love to play with and pick up just about everything they happen upon, especially if it is bright and stands out! Colorful objects attract and keep a toddler’s attention, which is why their toys are always made with so many different colors and patterns. Unfortunately, those toys can often be expensive, and your child can quickly outgrow them. But never fear, because we have put together a simple, inexpensive, and customizable toddler entertainment solution …
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