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Pinypon Party with #MommyParties

 There is nothing I love more then seeing happy children. Not just mine but the children around me, which is why I really love MommyParties! Recently we received a cute new toy called Pinypon. Pinypon is a mixable, matchable toy full of endless fun. I won't lie when we got this set I was like oh look another cute little doll toy. My daughter went "aww mom look how cute she is!" lol.
As we got further and further into the toy I found that I enjoyed this toy more and more. Pinypons literally come apart EVERYWHERE and you can put them back together with any of their friends making the fashion expressions endless! We also got the new caravan from pinypon which the girls really enjoyed playing with! This product does contain a lot of small parts so I would think the age range would be best at 5 years and older when they are less likely to put them in their mouths. I also recommend a small container for all the add-on pieces so your child does not lose them.The best part about this party is I had 8 toys to give away to our guests! It happened to be one of the girls birthdays so she got the caravan and each girl got to pick a Pinypon figure to bring home with them.
 We also got to review an adorable new doll by Nenuco. Baby New Born Makes Bubbles loves to drink out of her bottle, and wet her diaper. If you squeeze her arms she also makes bubbles :O) My daughter is completely in LOVE with this doll! Now I am leery about letting her use it to much with water because we had a similar product and it cause wet spots around my home.lol But it is a lot of fun and a great bathtub toy! The extra baby went to our local toy drive for the Christmas holiday. Living in a low income area I know some little girl will have an amazing Christmas thanks to Nenuco and MomSelect!
**I received the above mentioned products in order to hold this party. All views expressed are that of my own and were in no way influenced.**

Comments

Melinda Dunne said…
Those are adorable! They would make a perfect gift!
Alaina Bullock said…
These are so cute! This is the first I have heard of them, but I know a little girl who would love these for Christmas! Thanks for the great review and the wonderful gift idea!
Mellissa Hanks said…
I hadn't yet heard of them either. I have only seen the commercial ONCE since the party so very new but VERY cute! My daughter is in love and requesting the ones she doesn't have.lol

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