We’re always trying to make the buying experience easier for our customers. It’s our goal to provide you with detailed information about our products and make searching through our website a breeze! We now have two new ways to shop for our products:
- Mobile Friendly Website: You can now browse and buy from Step2.com on your tablet or phone. It’s important when you’re on the go that you’re able to purchase the products your kiddos are going to love in a cinch!
- Olapic: Have you ever looked at a product and wanted to see it in action? Besides checking out product videos, customer reviews and detailed images, you can now see photos of kids playing with our products from Instagram*! These user-generated pictures can be found on our homepage and each product page. If you would like pictures of your little ones to be featured on our website and product pages, all you have to do is use the hashtag #Step2kids in the caption of your photos.
Instagram pictures featured on Step2′s homepage
Be on the lookout for Instagram pictures on our product pages!
Have you shopped our mobile friendly site yet or seen your children featured on our website? If so, let us know what you think!
Written by Nicole as a part of the We’re Kids Too series
As Grandparents Day approaches, memories of my grandma and grandpa run through my mind. My grandparents were my world and because of them, I was never fazed by growing up in a single parent household. My mom and grandparents gave me all the love and attention I ever needed. In my eyes, our family was always complete. Not a day goes by that I don’t think of them, and as sad as I am that they’re no longer around, time could never efface their legacy because I keep my favorite memories of them close to my heart.
I’m so grateful for all the times that my grandparents cautiously watched me from their doorstep as I walked across the street to play with the kids in their neighborhood to all the big hugs and kisses they would give me when I would leave to go home. What I loved most about my grandpa and grandma is that they never stopped giving and they always put their children and grandchildren before themselves. They left a permanent imprint on my heart and I thank them for inspiring me in so many ways.
If my grandparents were alive today, I know that they would be proud of all my accomplishments and for finding the love of my life, a man that loved and cherished his grandparents just as much as I loved mine. Each and every Grandparent’s Day, I find a way to celebrate and honor them because they were a symbol of love, dedication and hard work. Without their guidance, our family would not be as strong and loving as we are today.
To all the wonderful grandparents out there, I wish you the most fantastic day with your grandchildren. May it be filled with hugs and kisses!
Nicole is a DIY advocate, amateur chef, runner, soon-to-be wife and pet lover. She is the proud owner of two large cats that she claims act like dogs. If Nicole isn’t cook or crafting, she is out exploring new restaurants and attractions around Cleveland, the city that has taken her heart and anchored her to the ground. Nicole is the Digital Online Merchandiser at Step2.
This month, we’re challenging little ones with a DIY gaming table! We’ve created a checkerboard table from a kid’s picnic table. This craft will keep little minds active as they hang out with their playmates. Here’s what you’ll need to get started:
- Kid’s picnic table (we used the Sit & Play Picnic Table)
- White wrapping paper or construction paper
- Ruler or measuring tape
- Plastic or paper cups in two different colors
With these materials you can create a checkerboard table in three easy steps! Plus, this activity table can be used inside on a rainy day or outside to keep your children entertained during a barbeque.
- Measure the width and height of the tabletop, cut the wrapping paper to those dimensions and tape the wrapping paper to the table.
- Use a marker and ruler to draw the squares of the checkerboard (we created a simpler version of checkers with 24 total squares).
- Place three cups on the colored squares closest to the edge of the table on each side of the board. Use different colored cups for each side.
Now your little gamers are ready to play some checkers!
Will you be creating this craft with your family this weekend?