Cute Kids

Currently I’m in Pasadena visiting my nieces (they are 8 and 11 months). I am having a blast watching cartoons, going on walks, swimming, and playing games with them. I haven’t seen my younger niece since she was 4 months old, so the jump seems huge. Now she’s pulling herself up, crawling around, and giggling whenever she finds something funny (it’s usually her big sister putting on a singing and dancing show for her).

Kids are great, whether their grandchildren, your own children, nieces and nephews, or even the neighbor kids. Their sense of wonder is unparalleled. Just now, in fact, the baby’s sitting next to me on the floor exploring underneath the rug.

Exploring!

So, to celebrate children and all their cuteness, curiosity, and creativity, here’s some puzzles of that stage in life where everything’s a little easier and a lot more magical.

(P.S. Some puzzles are currently out of stockā€”but they’re too great not to be mentioned on this list. If you fall in love, put your email in and we’ll notify you when we get it back in stock)

I Have a Secret by Ravensburger. 1000 pieces. Finished size: 20″ x 27″.

Attic Memories by SunsOut. 1000 pieces. Finished size: 20″ x 27″.

Fun in the Sun by Eurographics. 300 pieces. Finished size: 19.25″ x 26.5″.

Just Before the Bell by Cobble Hill. 1000 pieces. Finished size: 26.625″ x 19.25″

Let’s Play Catch by Eurographics. 1000 pieces. Finished size: 26.5″ x 19.25″.

Kids on a Fence by Eurographics. 1000 pieces. Finished size: 26.5″ x 19.25″.

Grampa “Watches” the Kids by White Mountain. 1000 pieces. Finished size: 24″ x 30″.

Help is on the Way by Eurographics. 1000 pieces. Finished size: 26.5″ x 19.25″.

Boss Lady by SunsOut. 500 pieces. Finished size: 13″ x 19″.

Waiting for the Mailman by SunsOut. 500 pieces. Finished size: 13″ x 19″.

2 thoughts on “Cute Kids

    • I wish I had seen that Dolls to Treasure puzzle when I was making this post. It would have definitely been included! Great find, Susanna!

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