There are some conversations I want to save for when the girls are older, some can be dealt with via a soft toy apparently…
Puppy Surprise Wave 8 is now available and we were kindly sent one of the originals to show Amelia just how cute these little pups and their momma are! Inside each of the dogs is up to 5 puppies, that is the fabulous surprise – you never know how many you are going to get!
We got 3 puppies, one of them barks too which is a super cute little yelp. Amelia was so excited to help momma dog give birth to her puppies, although looking at her face on this one she wasn’t too keen on the actual birthing bit! lol
With the release of phase 8 comes a host of new characters called Eliza, Lexi, Chloe and Stacey.
Puppy Surprise dogs are aimed at children aged 3-6 and retail at £27.99.
We think the age range is about right as Evie has turned 7 and wasn’t that interested but Amelia loved it and still plays on a daily basis with her doggy and puppies. They are so soft and cuddly and the addition of the bows and sparkly collar make it perfect for a girl that loves her bling!
We received a brown and white dog but there are some fabulous pink, purple and multi coloured ones, from hounds to poodles and everything in between. The tummy is a little velcro pouch that houses between 3 and 5 puppies and you don’t find out how many you have until you open the pouch. The puppies can be bought separately too which makes it great if you want to expand your family! The fact that one of the puppies barked was Amelias favourite although she does get a little frustrated at the fact it doesn’t switch off meaning she cant tuck it back in mummies tummy without yelping – she thinks shes hurting it!
Overall we adore the Surprise Puppies and Amelia has added a pink glittery one to her Christmas list – I wonder how many puppies she will get this time!
Available from Smyths and all good toy shops.
We were kindly sent the toys for the purpose of this review. All views and opinions are our own and genuine.
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