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The Toydozer

April 19th, 2012 - By Stephanie Precourt

Lots of Legos

I’ve seriously considered buying a snow shovel to be used in our playroom - especially for the all the Legos and “guys” and puzzle pieces and - now that I am in the world of GIRLS - POLLY POCKETS OMG. Tiny everything! How do you keep it picked up? I usually just close the door, and shudder.

And then came along… The Toydozer. With a blade and scoop just like a bulldozer, clean-up time is actually kinda fun.

Toydozer creator Amy Bradley is the mom to 7-year-old Henry and she explains the idea for her genius invention. “At the end of a long day, I dreaded cleaning up all of my son’s toys — whether it was trains, safari animals, Duplo blocks or LEGOS — spread out all over the floor,” Amy says. “After some brainstorming, I came up with a simple tool that made cleaning up easy and fun for all of us and the Toydozer was born!”

To keep the scoop and blade gatherer together, each Toydozer has handy dandy Velcro tabs that attach when not in use. Also genius!

The Toydozer rocks

Find The Toydozer exclusively online ($18.99 with free shipping anywhere in the United States and Canada), available in blue, yellow, and purple. Use code BLOGGER20 for 20% off your purchase! We were sent all three, and of course Ivy only uses the purple. I think The Toydozer is the perfect addition to any gift you give in the future that might involve Legos or tiny pieces. You will be a hit with the parents. Trust me.

What could use some scooping up in your house?

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This post is part of a Toydozer blogger outreach campaign. Participating bloggers have been provided with a complimentary Toydozer to review and have been compensated for their time.

Stephanie is Mom to three boys & a girl in Valparaiso, IN and blogs daily at Adventures In Babywearing . Follow her on Twitter- she’s babysteph And be sure to like Your Family on Facebook..

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