Some Bunny to Love

Posted on March 18, 2010. Filed under: Infants, Kids, Product Review, Review | Tags: , |

I love spring.  What is not to love after a wet, snowy and cold winter in New England.

I love the lighter days, the brighter sun, temperatures above 50 degrees, the sound of birds, the sight of flowers, cute easter baskets, yummy chocolate eggs, colorful jellybeans, and super soft snuggly stuffed bunnies!

Recently, I came across the most adorable stuffed animals.  With the sweetest faces, they were super soft and just perfect for my little baby boy’s first Spring. The product line was from a company called Jellycat.

Established in London in 1999, Jellycat is a leading creator of high-quality, luxury soft toys. Their product meets or exceeds EN71 (European Testing standards) and ASTM (Amercian Testing standards). So Jellycat stuffed animals are made to last.  Yet, they are super touchable with such tender little expressions that melt your heart.

There are little ones and big ones, fluffy ones and smooth ones, and every possible friend-imal you can think of; frogs, giraffes, dogs, cats, alligators, monkeys, bears, cows, elephants, lambs, and of course, bunnies! With a constantly changing and ever expanding collection of warm fuzzy friends, from rhinos to rats, there is a Jellycat for everyone out there.

There are collections of Jellycats with fun names.  There are Pipers and Puddings, Snuffles and Slapajacks, Junglies and Bunglies. Sizes range from 10 inches, 12 inches, 15 inches and 24 inches with prices from $10-$45. You can find a great selection online or at local retailers like Isis Maternity.

The care instructions? Lots of love.


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