Baby On Your Six

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

It's that time of year again...

Hi folks. Long time, no post. Sorry about that.

Anyway - DrummerWife and I would like to announce that we are going to be doing our little toy drive again this year, in Aaron's honor. We've contacted the Hershey Medical Center, and received a list of items they can accept for the children's ward. Without further ado, here's their wish list:

Holiday Wish List 2007
Penn State Children’s Hospital
Child Life Program

All Ages
  • Pre-Paid Phone Cards-60 minutes
  • $5-$10 Gift certificates - Old Navy, Best Buy, Circuit City, Toys R Us, Dick’s Sporting Goods, i Tunes, Target, Blockbuster, Bath & Body Works
  • New release DVD - G, PG, PG-13
  • New release CD’s - Lullabies, Disney, Teen
  • New release PS 2, X-box 360, Game Cube games - rated E only
  • 8-Pack crayons (can not accept 24 or 64 count boxes)
  • 8-Pack Classic Crayola Washable Markers-Broad tipped
  • Blank CD-RW’s
  • Children’s Cartoon Band-aids
  • Model Magic-individual packets-all colors
  • Color Wonder Activity Pad and Marker Set (no finger paint)
  • Perler Beads (Individual Kits)

Infants and Toddlers

  • Rattles, Teethers, Baby Einstein products


  • Thin coloring books
  • Stickers
  • "Thomas the Tank Engine" trains
  • Play-Doh (Play-Doh brand only)
  • Play-Doh Easy to Do Sets
  • Play-Doh accessories

School Age

  • Small Lego kits
  • Sports clothing
  • Craft kits
  • Fuzzy posters
  • Barbies
  • 24 piece puzzles


  • Body lotions
  • Body wash
  • Nail polish
  • Word searches
  • Lip gloss
  • Jewelry
  • Festive socks
  • Sports clothing
  • Latch hooks

Unable to Accept

  • stuffed animals
  • matchbox cars
  • books
  • VHS tapes
  • Decks of cards
  • Board games

We'll be collecting the items at our house, and transporting them to the hospital ourselves, as we did last year. If you need to contact us with any questions or concerns, you most likely know how to do so. If you don't, email for more information.

Last year, the toy drive was a huge success, not only in terms of collecting items for kids who have to live in the children's ward of the hospital, but also in terms of including Aaron in the holiday. Please help us collect toys again this year, to remember Aaron, and also to do something wonderful for kids who don't get to have a holiday like we do.