Evenflo ExerSaucer Review | Columbus Ohio Photographer

Product Description

The Evenflo ExerSaucer Triple Fun Active Learning Center, Life in the Amazon is a playmat, exersaucer, and activity table in one. It features 11 age appropriate toys, some of which include lights and music for added entertainment. There is a three way height adjustment that grows with baby. This toy also features a 360 degree rotating seat that includes a removable, machine washable pad.

My Product Review

My parents wanted to get our son something for Christmas that would grow with him and that he could play with for several months. So, we did some research and decided to ask for the Evenflo ExerSaucer Triple Fun Active Learning Center. I am so very grateful that they purchased it for him. What a great gift it has been!


We already had a playmat when they purchased it for him, so we skipped that stage of the toy and moved right on to the exersaucer. When we first put him in it at around 4 months, he had no idea what to do with it. The first toy he noticed and began playing with was the musical crocodile. He loves being able to pick up the pieces and make noise with them. I love that when he throws them down, they don’t fall on the floor (they are attached by a short ribbon).


He also enjoys starring at the three birds, but since they don’t really do much, that’s about all he does with them.


Now that he is a little older (6 months) he really likes the hanging butterflies (although they hit him in the head frequently) and he also likes chewing on the wings of the dragonfly.



His all time favorite part of the exersaucer though is jumping. My only complaint with this aspect of the toy is that it is very loud. I wish there was a way for the manufacturer to make is quieter.

Due to my son’s age, we have not yet used this toy as an activity table. Future review to come.

Overall, we love the Evenflo ExerSaucer Triple Fun Active Learning Center, Life in the Amazon.


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Munch Mitt Product Review | Columbus Ohio Photographer

Munch Mitt by Malarkey Kids

Last week I mentioned in this blog post that we love the Munch Mitt. So, I thought I would write a full review explaining why.

I saw an advertisement for the Munch Mitt on Facebook before my son was born. I don’t usually pay much attention to ads for products like this because I’m always fearful that they will be poor quality. So, I moved on and never considered purchasing one. Then, about a month ago my aunt tagged me in an ad for it. I responded that my son would probably love something like that because he is always shoving his entire fist in his mouth. However, I still didn’t actually consider buying one.

Then, my husband and I were browsing through Babies R’ Us because the one closest to us is going out of business. While glancing down an isle, a bright green Munch Mitt caught my attention. I showed it to my husband and he said, “yeah, sure” so we bought it.

As previously mentioned, my son always tries to fit his whole hand in his mouth during his play time. He also sucks on his fingers through his sleep sack at night as his way of comforting himself. Unfortunately, this resulted in a pretty red, chapped hand. So, we decided to put the Munch Mitt on that hand and see what he did.


He really liked it!

The Munch Mitt is a baby teething mitten. It comes in a variety of colors and includes a carrying pouch to keep it clean. One side of the Munch Mitt makes a crinkle noise (which my son absolutely loves). The part that goes in the mouth is a BPA and Phthalate free silicone material with bumps and ridges to massage the baby’s gums. The Munch Mitt also features an adjustable strap to tightly secure it around the baby’s wrist.



  • Perfectly fits little hands (my son is 5.5 months old)
  • Can be adjusted to fit the size of baby’s wrist
  • Makes a crinkle noise
  • Protects baby’s hand from irritation
  • Easy for baby to use


  • Even when adjusted tightly, it easily comes off my son’s hand


Overall, I highly recommend this product!


*I was not asked to perform this review and I was not compensated in any way for my opinion*