Saturday, November 28, 2015

Look Who's Playing Music on Her New Guitar!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.



My oldest son has a guitar. He also gave a guitar to my youngest son. It’s a really nice guitar too, but because little man is not so little, the guitar is full-sized, which means it’s big and it’s heavy. My oldest son’s daughter is 2-yrs.-old. She likes to attempt to play that guitar that is bigger and heavier than she is, and though she does a mean rendition of “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,’ I’m scared she’s going to get hurt. Enter this sweet little red guitar sold at http://www.BonjourPetit.com


This guitar is 20 ½” long and it is light as can be. It is designed for children ages 3+, and perfect for little hands. The guitar has six child-friendly strings that produce a very mild sound (almost like rubber bands on a box, remember how fun that was to do back in the day?), and my granddaughter LOVES it. You can purchase the red one shown here, or check out the site to see the other designs.


My granddaughter got right to work on playing this one as soon as it came out of the box. The guitar is fully assembled, but you might have to tighten a string or two when you first open it. And if you noticed the band-aid on sweet baby girl’s head..that is from her recent bout at the doctor’s office where she had to get (gasp!) stitches. Thankfully she’s okay and she handled her bout w/the doctor like a trooper! This guitar was going to be a Christmas surprise, but you know, a boo-boo of such proportions is no small thing and little girlie girl definitely deserved a little treat. Thank goodness for grandmas. ;)  And thank goodness for sweet baby girlies too!

This and other great toys can be purchased instantly online from Bonjour Petit http://www.BonjourPetit.com, where gift-wrapping and free shipping over $75 are available. Launched in January 2015, Bonjour Petit is an online retailer whose French/American team is dedicated to bringing the finest toys from Europe to the United States via importer Magicforest. 

Or ponder over Magicforest’s vast website, http://www.magicforest.com, and find a neighborhood toy store by clicking on their “brick and mortar” button under “stores.” 

25 comments:

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Rosey - what a great idea ... and to give it early for the nasty 'nasty' on her forehead ... all's well that ends well .. fun to see - cheers Hilary

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Good for her! Start early. Now everyone in the family can rock out.
Hope you had a good Thanksgiving, Rosey.

alissa apel said...

My boys got play guitars at her age. What a cutie. I hope her fall wasn't too bad. Stitches are no fun!

Pat Hatt said...

That is sure a fun treat to receive after stitches, ouch indeed.

Sandee said...

My son would have loved this when he was little. He so loved guitars.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

~ Noelle said...

She is getting so big! I bet that guitar made her day at the dr. not seem so bad. What a great grandma you are to treat her with such a great surprise!

Masshole Mommy said...

My oldest took drum lessons for 3 years and we stopped because karate was too time consuming. He just mentioned the guitar to me the other day now that he has his black belt and doesn't have to go to as many classes.

Nicole King said...

Check that out I bet my son will love this.

Helene Bludman said...

That guitar us the perfect size for her. I hope her boo boo heals fast!

RANE said...

She's already a natural. I guess Music was already a part of her Blood and she adapted quite easily. She will be fine once she plays it while she's sitting

Brandy M said...

How cute is this?! My son would have loved this when he was younger! We love music in this house and I hope that he will want to play this instrument in the future too!

Keikilani said...

My 5 year old would really love this guitar! He love singing and making music.

Rebecca Bryant said...

Aw how awesome is this. Girls with guitars are verycool. I lvoe seeing kids enjoying music and learning.

Liz Mays said...

Oh how cool is that! My daughter would have loved strumming on one of these when she was little.

Jessica Harlow said...

This is such a cute little guitar and perfect for letting younger kids get a taste for playing! I have one of these stashed away for my niece for this Christmas!

Soiree Design Studio said...

How cute is that. I'd love my daughter to learn to play guitar. This would be a great gift idea.

Laura Funk said...

How cute is that little guitar. I bet my son would really love this.

FidoseofReality said...

That is fantastic - I love to see kids involved in music. She is adorable.

Malia said...

Musical Instruments are a great gift for kids. This looks like one my youngest would enjoy.

Censie Sawyer said...

My daughter has a guitar on her Christmas list! Fun toy!

Ckrusch said...

So cute! My son started playing instruments very early, it helped him develop the love for music!

Athena Nagel said...

We have one of these guitars and my grandson loves it. These guitars are so cute and the kids are exposed to music at an early age.

Heather Lawrence said...

We got the kids a guitar a couple of years ago and every now and then they pick it up and plunk at the strings. Really need to get them into some kind of formal lessons but we keep forgetting!

Seattle Travel Blogger said...

This is a nice idea. It is good to get an early start with some things with children.

Mariana said...

What an awesome guitar! My kid would love this. My daughter used to have a little drum set that would go perfect with it.