This little piggy tripped over a half-dressed Barbie. This little piggy took a foot full of Legos. This little piggy got stubbed. And this little piggy got smart and cleaned up.
These new products put it away when playtime is done.
A heavy-duty cotton canvas sack ($45) gives piles of blocks, Matchbox cars, and trains a home. Simply pull the cord to close and store; plop it down on the floor to set the collection free.
Cate & Levi Woolly Wall Pockets
As playful as toys themselves, each one-of-a-kind wall pocket ($50) has real character. Hang one bedside to keep favorite books, buddies, and other trinkets within reach.
3 Sprouts Storage Boxes
We’ve long been fans of the company’s canvas storage bins and love that its new cubes ($28 each) have the same felt appliques. The boxes work as stand-alone catchalls, as well as drawers in a cubed storage unit.
And that’s something to oink about.
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Hispanic Heritage Festival
What: Snack on Latin fare and check out the children’s dance performance.
Why: Your nino can’t wait to hop on the carnival rides.
When: Fri., 6-9 p.m.
Where: North Shore Park & Youth Center, 501 72nd St. (305-861-3616). Admission is free.
The Little Farm Pumpkin Patch
What: Visit the petting zoo and saddle up for a pony ride.
Why: The sun may still be shining, but fall is in full swing.
When: Thru Oct. 31. Mon.-Fri., 3-7 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: 13401 SW 224th St., Goulds (305-258-3186). Admission, free; activities, $2-$3.
Thursday Arts and Crafts
What: Drop by for hands-on activities and check out the locomotives and freight cars on view.
Why: Keep your little conductor occupied.
When: Ongoing. Thurs., 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Where: Gold Coast Railroad Museum, 12450 SW 152nd St. (305-253-0063). Museum admission, adults and children 12 and up, $6; children 3-11, $4; under 2, free. Program fee, $2.
Photos: Courtesy of Swoop; Courtesy of Cate & Levi; Courtesy of 3 Sprouts