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Air Puppy Cuddle Crew Soft Toy Review

The mummy blogging community is a huge one, and while I don't have any wish to give birth and join them anytime soon, who says the mummies should have all the blogging fun! I thought it would be a great chance to do an aunty and nephew post.

I was lucky enough to get the chance to receive a toy from the Air Puppy Cuddle Crew range, and the big kid in me was a little bit excited to unbox it and give it to my nephew.

I liked the fact that all the toys in this range are not just soft toys, they are characters, all have names, and there are 3 different types of toy, who all hang out in different places - so there are a lot of opportunities to make up stories. As a book worm a toy that you can involve in play wins my vote.

I was sent the Snickle Futts cat which lives in Burford Yard. This range of toys are taller with beans in the legs so they can stand out. When it arrived and I unboxed it I was a little sceptical as to how well it would stand up, but I didn't need to be. This cat looks and feels like a quality toy and really easy to stand up so Joey had no problems on that score. I think the design really lends itself to carrying around as well and would be easier to take out and about, but what did Joey think?



Well little man didn't show too much interest in soft toys when he was a baby but he has got into them more lately, and likes to bring one or more on visits or take them out with him, he likes walking around with them, sitting them down to share his dinner and sometimes uses them for songs or games.

He does take a while to show full interest in new toys, but he cooed when he opened the bag and saw the cat inside (which we have nicknamed Bob for ease!) and has given him some cuddles since. Hopefully it won't be too long before our Air Puppy toy is a full part of the toy collection in our house, in the meantime I've managed to grab a few photo's of little man with 'Bob' and we both give him the thumbs up.



The Air Puppy collection is available now with prices starting from £12.00. Take a look in selected Boots stores or on their website. You can also find out more about Air Puppy's Cuddle Crew on their Facebook page.

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  1. Awe i love cuddly toys, my youngest is the only one out of my 3 to be into them x

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