If there is one thing that my little girls can’t resist, it is cuddly toys. We have mountains and mountains of the things. Literally. The Toy Cupboard of Doom has a huge basket that is meant to house all of our teddies but it just gets bigger and bigger and bigger. I swear one day it will actually avalanche and the children will never be seen again. And then of course there are the random soft toys that just live all over the house. In toy boxes that they don’t belong in. And sat on chairs that are meant for humans.
Oh and we best not mention the whole host of cuddly toys that live in their beds. Obviously, to be picked to live in the bed is the highest of high esteems in the teddy world. Only the special ones get that honour. Or the newest ones. Or the old ones that they forgot they had but now can’t be without. But the problem being that they become so attached to them that they can’t possibly be booted out of the bed so the collection grows and they end up taking up more room than my children.
I totally get it though. I was just the same. I loved my cuddly toys when I was a little girl and they are just the same. So when the lovely people at House of Fraser got in touch asking the girls if they would like to choose something from their toy department, guess what they chose? Cuddly toys of course *snort*
House of Fraser have a great range of soft toys and after lots of ooh-ing and ahh-ing they chose these gorgeous ones which were both in the Hamleys range. My little crazy cat lady in the making chose this lovely tabby cat which really is as soft as a kitten. She looks just like our own real live cat Duchess! My dinosaur mad youngest daughter went for this amazing T Rex roarrr! She assures me that he is very friendly though. And only eats sausages not people. I hope she’s right!
Are your little ones soft toy mad too? I swear ours will actually take over the whole house at this rate..!
Disclaimer: This post has been written in collaboration with House of Fraser but all words (and mountains of soft toys) are my own