We received a beautiful satin cape with Velcro closure from The North American Bear Co to review here on Mom Start. The kids were quite excited to find just how special this magical cape was. Zoe first noticed that the cape has a crest on the back. She took out the crest and found that there were blank ones that she could color. Oh, that is the fastest way to Zoe’s heart, letting her get her creative groove on. The Secret Pocket Cape was passed back and fourth for a night of family fun!
Then when Miles had a turn with it he found pockets. He recently discovered the value of having a pocket to store his stuff in so he started putting stuff in his pockets. Now this isn’t so good for the laundry, but it’s great for a boy that needs to take his tools and balls, and rocks, and stamps, and well you get the idea EVERYTHING with him.
Costumes are a great way for children to role-play and become active. My daughter loves to wear princess dresses as you can see above, well, now she actually plays role-playing games with her brother. Sometimes he’s a prince and sometimes he gets to be a monster, guess which one he prefers? He prefers to play the monster.
The North American Bear Co. has been a creative business for nearly 30 years. Barbara Isenberg, starting a family in New York City in the mid-1970’s desired a teddy bear with a nostalgic charm of an antique toy and a contemporary sense of whimsy for her own son. It was this desire that started a wonderful toy company where you can find unique, high quality plush bears and many other awesome toys like the cape featured here on Mom Start.
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