She {hearts} The Happy Kid Company

I loved making hideouts, caves, and forts as a child. There seems to be something magical about a child’s space with walls of blankets, sheets or branches. A place for whispers and giggles, or capes and super heros. Loud entrances or quite reading, a space for really anything that fits your fancy.

The Happy Kid Company has made building forts soooo much easier without taking away from the creativity needed.
No more tucked in sheets coming un-tucked or heavy books falling down, each side has multiple stretchy tabs that open and velcro, making a secure attachment in a snap, while allowing you to stay simple or go elaborate as you desire. We’ve loved building with our Fun Fort together, just Providence on her own, or with cousins. And when we’re done playing, it’s as easy to take down as it is to put up- hallelujah!

The Fun Fort even comes in a bag made of the same material which makes it easy to pack up and take anywhere.

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The Happy Kid Company is ready to make your kid happy with 3 different styles of fort building.

She {hearts} Freebies

The Happy Kid Company is giving away one (1) Fun Fort in color of winners choice. Giveaway open to US residents only.

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Leave a comment telling us what color of Fun Fort you would choose.

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Lis

Lis was widowed at 22, left behind with an infant she was sure that it would just be the two of them from then on. Life intervened and she re-married in 2009. She now handles the schooling of her oldest daughter amid the laughter, tears, and acrobatics of 3 other little ones. When she has a moment she also finds happiness between the covers of a good book. Read articles by Lis →

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Lis was widowed at 22, left behind with an infant she was sure that it would just be the two of them from then on. Life intervened and she re-married in 2009. She now handles the schooling of her oldest daughter amid the laughter, tears, and acrobatics of 3 other little ones. When she has a moment she also finds happiness between the covers of a good book. Read articles by Lis →

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