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Baby girl, there’s something about you that I absolutely love.

Teaching kids to code with Codeapillar. Computer science for kids.

See, when you put your mind to something there’s no stopping you.

Teacching kids to code with Codeapillar. Computer science for kids.

You make a plan.

Teacching kids to code with Codeapillar. Computer science for kids.

And put it to action.

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And if it fails.

Teaching kids to code with Codeapillar. Computer science for kids.

You try again.

Teaching kids to code with Codeapillar. Computer science for kids.

Watching your anticipation is utterly adorable.

Teaching kids to code with Codeapillar. Computer science for kids.

Teaching kids to code with Codeapillar. Computer science for kids.

And witnessing your disappointment is crushing.

Teaching kids to code with Codeapillar. Computer science for kids.

But nothing compares to the excitement on your face. When you hit the target you’ve been aiming for.

Teaching kids to code with Codeapillar. Computer science for kids. Teaching kids to code with Codeapillar. Computer science for kids.
Never give up on your hopes and dreams.

I’ll always be here to cheer you on.


The Fisher-Price Code-a-pillar has been a fun toy for my kids to play with. From start to finish they program the Code-a-pillar to move around obstacles from one target to another. My girl seems to have found an early love of coding since she got this toy last month. Fisher-Price is challenging kids and their families to “Crack the Code” with the Code-a-pillar and begin an early love for coding and computer science. Check out their Facebook page for more details this fall. 

Learning about the world around us and what makes it work is so important to me, and making it enjoyable for my kids is something I’m passionate about. That’s why I partnered with Fisher-Price on this post. All opinions are my own.


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Mari says:

Love the pictures with the story!!!!! Great shots priceless smile 🙂

dana vento says:

The 6 faces of a determined child also easily transition to determined adults. I love FP as well and they have awesome toys that let kids ‘get it’

Vicky says:

I am loving that the toy is teaching coding at such a young age. It makes it fun for kids so that they want to keep playing and learning. Your daughter is beautiful and I just love your photos. They really capture the element of fun and excitement that discovery brings.

Marysa says:

So sweet.. I love your thoughts. You really captured so many emotions with great photography, and how much fun she is having. Your daughter looks so much like you!

Karissa says:

What a lovely depiction of your child learning, enjoying and playing with her toy. Your photos are gorgeous – and your little girl is too! This is the sweetest way to share a story!

Your daughter is such a doll! I love how you captured each emotion while she was trying to figure out the caterpillar. Coding is such a useful tool to learn, especially in this day and age!

Thank you so much! And I totally agree!

What a really fun toy!! I love that it is already teaching code to younger kids…that’s genius. And your girl is soooo cute!

Thank you so much! Yes, she’s a hoot!

Watching them figure out things is one of my favorite parts of motherhood. That look in their eyes they get when they finally figured it out is priceless! I need some more toys like this!

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