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Littlest Pet Shop Premier Party

 One of my daughters favorite toys is Littlest Pet Shop, so when we found out that the Hub TV Network would be premiering a new show based on the toys she was over the moon. We had been selected for a MommyParties viewing premier party, so we planned to have a couple friends over and have some fun. We ordered pizza from our favorite local place, made up some caramel and chocolate covered popcorn and put in the show. The girls(and my middle son) were ENTRANCED by the cuteness of the show and I loved it! Of course we quickly lost the attention of any males in the household and they went to do something else but that is ok. The girls were so excited to wear masks and "look just like the pets" I sent the awesome brushes and chapsticks home with the girls. After watching the show they were not done with the fun of Littlest Pet Shop and had to go play! 

My oldest showing his true pain haha
 Since the party we have set our DVR to record the show every time it comes on. It has become a staple Saturday morning cartoon in our house and if you have little girls I am sure it will do the same in yours.

**The above mentioned products were received in order to write this review. All views expressed are that of my own and were in no way influenced.

Comments

I love those masks. I will have to check out the show with the little one!
Melinda Dunne said…
LOL! I love the masks it looks like a lot of fun!
Julia Potvin said…
Love the masks, how cute!
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Very cute masks! My daughter just started getting into The Littlest Pet Shop. She makes me record each episode on our DVR so she can watch it over.. and over.. and over again.

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