Welcome to the third post in my 12 Gifts of Christmas series. If you scroll down to the bottom you can enter to win a sensory Miffy Toy. Over the next few weeks I will be hosting competitions for 12 different and unique Christmas gift ideas for all members of the family. To make sure you don’t miss any subscribe to my blog posts by filling in your email in the box to the right of the page. You can find previous posts by clicking on the 12 gifts of Christmas on the top menu and you can also follow me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram where I will be posting links to the competitions. I hope you enjoy them and good luck!
Have you seen the new Miffy TV- series on Tiny Pop? Its part of “Cuddle Time, which features gentle programming allowing kids, mums and dads to enjoy calmer family favourites before bedtime”. We have, I was pretty excited for it as I’ve been a Miffy fan for a long time. Ava seems to enjoy watching it, doing a little dance when the theme tune comes on, so I was really pleased to be sent a Sensory Miffy to review.
The Sensory Miffy is really cute and cuddly. There is a button on the back where you can change the language to English and then it will say hand, foot, mouth, cheek, eye, ear and tummy when you press the relative parts. Unlike some toys you don’t have to press hard to make Miffy say the words so it’s great for little hands. If you push the button on her dress it will play the Miffy tune, which even the boys love. They press it for Ava as they know it will make her smile.
Ava picks up Miffy regularly throughout the day bringing her to us to make us press the musical button. She pokes the eyes and mouth in particular and also kisses her. The Sensory Miffy Toy would make a great Christmas present for any little (or big) Miffy fans.
To win one enter via the Gleam entry below.