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JoJo Maman Forest Animal Stacking Cubes

Submitted by on February 17, 2010 – 12:18 amNo Comment

“I needn’t have worried about these animal cube boxes getting soggy – my little boy gave them his usual test drive (ie. they went straight into his mouth), and they have since survived a great deal of drool with no problems at all”.

Buy online from JoJo Maman Bebe

Price £8

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Initial thoughts: These Jojo Maman Bebe animal cubes come beautifully packaged in their own little box, complete with carry handle and the designs are delightful – they’d make a lovely gift. I must admit, I wasn’t that convinced when I initially opened the box, as each ‘cube’ is actually an open ended cardboard box – admittedly, a very strong laminated box, but I was a little concerned they’d end up a tad soggy in the hands of a dribbling teething baby.

We liked: The designs – each of the 10 cubes features a different forest animal and the illustrations are wonderful. Bold, colourful, whimsical little characters plus numbers and patterns to hold your little one’s attention long after they tire of just knocking down your carefully constructed tower! (Do they ever tire of that?!) Also, as each cube is open ended, they can be stacked neatly inside each other while not in use.

I needn’t have worried about them getting soggy either – my little boy gave them his usual test drive (ie. they went straight into his mouth), and they have since survived a great deal of drool with no problems at all. Having 10 pieces also builds a really tall tower, which my little boy found very exciting – all the more so when he gleefully toppled it over!

We weren’t keen: Only the cardboard material – but as I said, I was proven wrong. These may be light, but they’re still very sturdy, and the laminated covering provides a great drool barrier

Overall: The Jojo Maman Bebe animal cubes are a really good value for money set – the design really is gorgeous, and the addition of the patterns and numbers mean that these can be used for education as well as fun as your little one gets older – a great idea.

[By Leslieanne – Life With A Little Dude]

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