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Miffy Soft Play House

Submitted by on December 9, 2010 – 11:58 pmNo Comment

“Alfie loves playing with the Miffy Soft Play House, and because it’s soft, there’s never any danger of him hurting himself.”

Price: £17.99

Buy online: Heroes for Kids


miffy playhouseInitial thoughts: The Miffy Soft Play House is a lovely soft padded playhouse in beloved Miffy retro style that offers plenty of sensory stimulation for little ones and a bit of nostalgia for parents. It features the classic Miffy bright colours and the accessories have bells, squeaks and crunchy textures to hold a baby’s attention.

We liked: Alfie loved exploring the different accessories that are hanging off the playhouse. He’s really into ribbons and dangly things at the moment and was instantly attracted to these, spending lots of time batting at them or having a good chew. Bells and different textured fabrics kept him interested. Alfie spent a long time bashing it up and down and because it is made from soft, padded fabric there was never any risk of him hurting himself. We liked the retro look of the toy as it features the original graphic drawings that Miffy is known for.

We weren’t keen: Alfie really loved playing with this toy. The only downside was that he found it quite hard to open the Velcro fastenings and didn’t really cotton on that he could open the playhouse to take the characters out. This is probably due to his age (7 months) and an older baby might be able to manage this.

Overall: We really enjoyed playing with the Miffy Soft Play House. It has plenty of bits and bobs attached to it to keep babies occupied for long periods and the different sounds, textures and colours provide plenty of sensory stimulation. Plus, it’s designed in the retro Miffy style so parents can enjoy a bit of nostalgia. All in all, this was a definite hit with us.

[Emily – Mini Maison]

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