Camden rose “Yesteryear broom” and “Yesteryear whisk”:
This is not just a broom and a whisk, it is a “mama and baby horsey”. My son takes the large broom to ride on, then hands me the little whisk…
We made cleaning into a fun thing (wish I was programmed like that) by singing “tidy tidy” and smiling and dancing while we clean. Needless to say that our son wants to join us in the fun of cleaning. One day I almost cried when I watched him in the corner of my eye by himself singing “tidy tidy” while he was cleaning his play kitchen, so cute!
The broomcorn is grown on a Tennessee farm and the cherry wood or birch wood handles come from sustainable local forests. Made in USA.
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