Friday, November 14, 2014

Teddy Tank the stuffed animal that is so much more

Do your kids watch TV and get the “I wants” whenever the Ass Seen on TV commercials come on? Well, my oldest does it all the time. I had seen the Teddy Tanks add a few times. It seemed really cute and a little different. I had definitely never seen a fish inside a stuffed animal. So when Teddy Tank asked me to take a look at one of theirs, I of course said yes.

I watched the commercial, I watched the add on their site, but I still didn’t really know what to expect when It came to the real thing. I was sent the Silly Penguin, and I have to say it is pretty cute.

Now, I will admit, I probably will not put a real fish inside the take. It says you can, though i’m not sure it will really work. I believe them that it does, but for me, I don’t think it will. I have a 2 year old, and I can just see it. She would be walking around holding it and probably splash it all around.

With that being said, I love the idea of the Teddy Tank holding other things like a candy dish, snacks or what I intend to use it for, a change holder. I plan on turning it into a “piggy bank” per say. It is definitely larger than the one we have now.

The penguin looks really cute sitting on Fallon’s shelf and I know it will hold a lot of change, and super easy to put change in it.

Price wise, it’s very reasonable at $19.95, and would make for a really cute Christmas present for just about any child. Check out their site and all their other options like a frog, a monkey and more.

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