The Love of a Bohemian Mama: Little Vintage
Once upon a time children played with toys that didn't require batteries. They also didn't require assembly and were not made of toxic materials. They were made with colors of imagination and encouraged children to be creative. The toys were built to last decades and have since become collector pieces for vintage Lovers. I have been collecting vintage toys for years now and look at them as pieces of folk art. So when I recently found a company that specializes in vintage toys, clothes, furniture, and books for children, I was in Love!
After looking through every page on Little Vintage, I came to the realization that these toys do not belong on a shelf to be admired from afar; my boys deserve the same quality of toys to grow up with in our home. So I am going to propose a little "rule"in our home: No Batteries Required! And I am so happy that I have found Little Vintage to inspire us along the way!
A little sneak peak of the amazing store, Little Vintage:
Fisher Price Horse, 1976
Swan rocker, 1970
Mohawk Donkey, 1970s
Fisher Price School Desk, 1972
Character Chair, 1960
Chrome Highchair, 1960
Wooden Chalkboard by famous Belgian brand Tork
Miniature School, 1950