Monday, September 12, 2011

Zhu Zhu Babies Introduction and #Giveaway





Aren't these Zhu Zhu Babies absolutely adorable?? Well my daughter and I both thought so. Hopefully you got a chance to watch the video and see how they work.

Each Zhu Zhu Baby comes sold separately with it's own accessories such as toys and/or a stroller. You can also purchase clothes and playsets for extra added fun that's sure to make for more fun and imaginative play for the little girls in your life.

We received the Dance Recital playset and I think it's really neat. You need an adult Zhu Zhu to work along with it. There is space for other Zhu Zhu adults to act as the audience. The stage appears to be designed for 4 babies and when the adult Zhu Zhu at the piano plays, the babies start to dance. If you lift the "curtain", other dancers will be revealed.

My daughter was really happy to receive these. I thought it was especially great because she is an only daughter for my husband and I. I know that she has cousins who would love to get their hands on them as well, but I needed to restrict them until this review was done.

Win a Set:
Thanks to BSM Media, I get to give away a set to one of my readers.

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Giveaway will end 9/30 at 11:59cst after which time a winner will be selected. Open only to US residents.

*Disclosure: I received the Zhu Zhu babies, a set of clothing and the playset at no charge to me to facilitate this review; and the prize is also being provided by BSM media. The opinions expressed are my own. No further compensation has been received.