Holiday Gift Guide
It’s that time of year again, the lead-up to the holidays – when parents, aunts, and grandparents begin the frantic search for the perfect toy. Ah, the perfect...Read More
Product Review: All Circles PlayBox All Set + Play Tower
Family-Tested, Family-Approved You’re here because you want to know if All Circles is awesome - we did, too. That’s why real...Read More
Promoting and Encouraging Development Through Play
Our professional advisory board and our team have carefully vetted and selected every product we carry. And each product is here for a very specific reason. We are...Read More
Peeka & Co.
The Mission, Vision, and “Why” of Peeka & Co.
Every child and family is unique. And because of that, it can be hard to find credible products and reliable sources of information to help in your child’s development that...Read More
Easy STEM Activities with Items from Home
Children of all ages benefit from exploring freely and finding items that help feed their curiosity. Research shows that early childhood experiences in...Read More
Milestone Myths You Can Let Go Of
Parenting is rewarding and joyful, but it also brings with it a unique set of stressors. Online forums, news stories, and well-intentioned loved ones often dish out advice...Read More
8 Toys and Games to Help Your Child Learn Their Letters and Numbers
Getting your children acquainted with numbers and letters can be fun and engaging. And at Peeka & Co, we understand the importance of giving your child the best...Read More
Upseat Product Review-Stephanie Southerland
You’re here because you want to know if the Upseat is awesome - we did, too. That’s why real parents put everything on our...Read More
Top Items to Have in a Playroom to Encourage Learning
I think most moms have a vision of their ideal playroom. When I close my eyes and imagine the perfect space for my children to learn and play...Read More
Best Gifts for Three-Year-Olds
With blossoming personalities and growing curiosities, your three-year-old is absorbing new information every day. As they enter their preschool years they’re testing limits and building a new found...Read More
Best Gifts for Two Year Olds
Whether you’re shopping for a birthday party for a niece, nephew or shopping for your own little one it’s not always easy to figure out what to buy. Especially when...Read More
7 Minimalist Playrooms Essentials
When choosing items for a minimalist playroom, parents are purposeful in selecting items that best represent their family’s needs and values. Clean lines, durability, and eco-friendly...Read More
Product Review: Toys Your Toddler Will Love from Clover + Birch
Family-Tested, Family-Approved You’re here because you want to know if Clover + Birch is awesome - we did, too. That’s...Read More
What is Montessori?
Montessori — it's marketed to parents at every turn in today's progressive world. But what is it? And how does it apply to learning? Let's explore the core of...Read More
The Wonderful World of Play: By A Mom Who's Toddler is Visually Impaired
Painful, yet altogether glorious, isn't it? This parenting thing. This ministry of motherhood. How can both the pain and the glory so closely co-exist?Read More
Pediatric Physical Therapists: What are they, and how do they help?
When my daughter injured herself at four years old, taking her to see a physiotherapist wasn't the first thing that came to mind. But the more her condition persisted,...Read More
Navigating Hearing Loss: Raising a Toddler with Cochlear Implants
One Toddler, Two Cochlear Implants, and The Many Things I’ve Learned Raising a Child Who Lost His Hearing Just when I thought it was hard to get my little one...Read More
What is Open-Ended Play and Why is it Important?
"Look, Mommy, I made a robot!" my daughter shouts from across the house. I find a pile of markers, scraps of cardboard, and odds and ends from our craft drawer...Read More
The World of Play: Through the Eyes of a Mom with a Child on the Spectrum
"Does he have any specific interests?" "What is his favorite thing to play with?" These questions come up often when people meet my son, specifically new therapists who join our...Read More
Play Ideas That Keep Kids Busy and Promote Learning
Ways to keep kids busy. I can't tell you the number of times I've Googled that five-word phrase. On rainy days. Frigid days. Windy days. Sick...Read More