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Great Big Sounds from Little Bitty Boomer Iron Man

Iron Men

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When I was at Toy Fair 2020 I was given an Iron Man Bitty Boomer. Since then I’ve been using it for personal enjoyment of music but also I’ve take it to the morning workout program that my kids do at school. they’re always looking for music to listen to while they do sprints and more. So I decided to try out the Iron Man Bitty Boomer at our program. It worked so well. The sound coming out of this 2″ tall Iron Man Bluetooth speaker is HUGE! The kids had their favorite tunes pumping while they were running around having a great time. I had gotten the group a large Bluetooth boom tube in hopes that that would be able to give the kids enough great sound but it does not. Not even close. The two speakers cannot even be compared. The Bitty Boomer Iron Man blows the other cheap speaker away. I can easily take this speaker with me, It even has a backpack clip that I can use to attach it to my backpack and it can be used as a selfie remote.

using the Bitty Boomer at BOKS

While one speaker gives a really good sound that is quite loud If I had the Captain America, Thor or Spider-Man Bitty Boomer to team up with the Iron Man one then I could play both in stereo and there would be more than ample sound everywhere for the kids while they did their morning workouts.

I could also recruit characters from so many other fandoms including Fortnite, Star Wars (A Baby Yoda Bitty Boomer is coming), Disney, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and so many NFL, NHL, MLB collegiate sports teams. Each for only $19.99 so you can afford to grab two of you wanted Stereo Sound. I even saw the Olaf Bitty Boomer from Frozen 2 at Target.

These Super Happy Kiddos Got A Tech Upgrade

Super Happy Kiddos

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Since before Christmas Andrew has been asking for a new iPad. He had our oldest one and it has served him well. He had some birthday money and gift cards to use to buy it himself. He must have learned about the Apple pencil at some point because he began to ask about it and he wanted one. I got one when I got my last iPad. I hardly ever used it but then again I don’t use my iPad for that much other than entertainment. The kids are much more creative on theirs. To that end they each bought their own iPads that are compatible with the Apple Pencil. The tough thing is that you have to re-pair it with each iPad when you want to use it. So, when the kids take turns using the iPad and Apple Pencil they have to go back through pairing the pencil. It isn’t that big a deal but I figure that at some point the kids will want one for each of them.

Eva also bought her own new iPad using birthday and Christmas money. They are very excited about their new tech.

I enjoy seeing what they create using the pencil. They use a program called Recolor and I just got them the Moleskin program called Flow. It is open ended and gives the kids so many tools to create their own art. I am looking forward to what they are going to create.