As I have mentioned in previous posts, Elin loves tiny toys. The tinier the better! And I get it because everything is cuter in miniature size! So imagine how excited Elin got when I gave her miniature versions of the Fisher Price Rock-a-Stack and Etch A Sketch.
I love all the classic toys from Fisher Price and Playskool and Elin has many of them since they have been re-released in their retro designs.
These miniature toys really work! You can see how really small they are by looking at it in comparison to a quarter.
Ever since Grayson came into our lives, Elin has been obsessed with playing with her baby dolls. Especially her American Girl bitty baby doll. She loves to change their clothes, pretend to feed them, let them have a ride in Grayson’s baby swing, and she puts them down to sleep in Grayson’s pack and play–as evidenced by this photo! We had a long talk about how she is not to put the dolls in the pack and play with Grayson as he sleeps. I about died when I saw we went from one to triplets!
Anyways, so she has been super excited to use these little toys to play with her dolls since they are actual workable versions of the toys she has and had from when she was younger. It’s so cute to see her show her doll how to use the toys and help her doll draw with the Etch a Sketch.
The company that makes these Worlds Smallest Toys also does the Fisher Price Chatter Telephone, Rubik’s Cube, the original Duncan Imperial Yo-Yo and more. They range from $3.99-$9.99. I want the Rubik’s cube to put on my desk at work. Perfect for playing with when on a conference call but small enough to stash away.
I am thankful for getting this cute little toys sent to me for review. Elin has truly been enjoying them and it’s so much fun to see her teaching her baby dolls to play with them.
Disclaimer: These were sent to me for review but the opinions are all my own.