Just plain puzzle mats please…

When you have kids at home, puzzle mats are a must! They are the must-buys when baby proofing/kid proofing your home. We bought large and small sizes of puzzle mats, they really served their purpose on protecting Gwen from accidents especially when she started walking. They even protected our gadgets whenever our nephew/niece throws out our phones or my brother’s Playbook.

One thing I learned the hard way is this…

I had to major cleaning and I had to disassemble all the puzzle mats. The big and plain ones were easy to assemble/disassemble, but the alphabet ones…

Now I know my ABCs, next time, just buy the plain puzzle mats. It’s better to buy the big ones, 24×24 squares instead of the 12×12 squares.

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  1. says

    I learned this the hard way too. My son keeps on removing the letters from the mats and the picture of disassembled puzzles right there is the ordinary scene in my house every single day!

    Next time yes, buy the big and plain ones!

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  2. says

    it was a good thing we experienced that with my nephew, so when it is my turn to buy a puzzle mat for my baby, i opted for the plain ones which are easier to fix + re-assemble during cleaning time. Jared has graduated from these mats + it now serves as a mat for our mattress when we chucked the bed so the little man won’t fall off 😀

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  3. says

    Same here sis. I prefer plain mats. I actually have that kind of mat in the photo given as a gift and from my experience it is tiring to assemble and re-assemble it.

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  4. says

    we have these alphabet mats too! pero dahil sa perwisyo, nakatambak na sya sa storage. we’re buying the big plain ones nalang talaga.

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