Lovevery Toddler Play Kits

I’ve been getting tons of questions about Jack’s Lovevery Toddler Playkits, so I figured I would create a post for you guys to give you the full scoop and an honest review. This is long overdue, but better late than never.

Before I became a Mom, I was never really around or with kids and I’ve been winging most of motherhood through numerous google searches, Pinterest and help from friends of course! Hopefully I’m not the only one?

Once Jack entered toddler-hood, I knew I wanted more structure for us and I and didn’t want to aimlessly purchase and accumulate toys for no reason.

When I learned that Lovevery came out with Toddler Play Kits, I jumped on immediately since I regretted not getting the play gym or baby kits when Jack was smaller.

In a nutshell these play kits are thoughtfully crafted to have everything your baby or toddler needs to learn for their age and developmental milestones. You’ll even see below, how the puzzles get more challenging in each kit!

So let’s talk about the kits!

The toys are beautiful and really well made! We’ve had the first kit for about 6 months and toys have endured Jack and our two dogs , so they are holding up quite well!

I think my favorite piece in each of these kits is the guide that gives you an overview of the kit contents, your baby or toddler’s developmental goals as well as ideas for how to use each item for play and learning.

The mini board books are a huge life saver when you need a distraction in a pinch too because they fit perfectly in any diaper bag.

and finally… I have to tell you guys about this block set! This is legit the holy grail of blocks and it’s of course gorgeous! All of the different shapes, sizes and colors have been keeping Jack so busy lately. This is such a great Christmas Gift for the toddler in your life if you are still getting in some last minute shopping!

(This post does contain affiliate links).

Chat soon!



  1. Hier says:

    Nice post. I learn something more challenging on different blogs everyday. It will always be stimulating to read content from other writers and practice a little something from their store. Id prefer to use some with the content on my blog whether you dont mind. Natually Ill give you a link on your web blog. Thanks for sharing.

  2. […] To read more, here’s a blog post I wrote back in 2019 when Jack was a little over 1, click here […]

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Meghan Mosakowski

lifestyle + wellness coach