BABY Secrets ǀ Review
2017 was definitely the year of the collectible. In our house we have had all kinds of cards, plastic characters, and blind bags throughout the year so when I heard about a brand new collectible which was coming on the market, I was definitely curious.
Aimed at children aged between 4-8 years, BABY Secrets is a new product which features 50 baby characters. Each baby has their own personality and design; and they are very cute indeed!
There is a whole variety of baby including the likes of a party baby complete with sash and party hat, a painter, and student. I love that there is such a wide selection; a really good prompt for little imaginations.
Meg was thrilled to open the package and discover three bath tubs inside with a baby. They each come with their own birth certificate and the added fun of discovering whether your baby is a boy or a girl.
To do this, you fill the bath with water, pop the baby in and then watch as their nappy changes colour within a couple of seconds.
Once you have discovered the sex of your baby you can complete the certificate, and choose a name for your new companion.
Meg absolutely loves to collect this type of toy, and I was impressed to find that the individual packs are only £2.99 each. You can also buy larger packs for £12.99 which come with two exclusive babies, one surprise baby, a bath tub and either a high chair, rocking horse, pram or bassinet. £2.99 is pocket money price meaning that your kids can purchase a new baby for their collection on their own.
The BABY Secrets toys are not anything particularly fancy but the fact that there are different ones to collect is a fun selling point, and the adorable characters are definitely likely to capture the attention of a younger audience.
The best part, as a parent (and aside from the price!) is that the collectibles are quite small and easily stored so you don’t have to worry about them taking up too much space in bedrooms and playrooms.
You can purchase BABY Secrets from stores such as The Entertainer, Argos, Smyths and Toymaster.
We were sent these items for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.