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Miffy Soft Toy Train

Submitted by on December 10, 2010 – 12:05 amNo Comment

The Miffy Soft Toy Train is cute and soft, and we were excited at first, but Alfie tired of it very quickly

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miffy toy trainInitial thoughts: The Miffy Soft Toy Train is a cute soft train in bright colours that features a rattle, squeaker and teething ring with Miffy as the train driver. The sections have Velcro to hold them together and can be detached to make individual toys. The toy is well made and looks lovely.

We liked: The very cute design was a hit with us and it comes in nice bright colours and lovely soft velour fabric. Alfie enjoyed the rattle and had a chew on the teething ring.

We weren’t keen: We were quite excited about this toy and thought that Alfie would love it but he tired of it very quickly. He did enjoy playing with the rattle and chewed on the teething ring, but that is the only interactive part of the toy and didn’t hold his attention for more than a minute or so. The toy is for children aged one year and over and Alfie is just seven months so he is not old enough to enjoy the imaginative play aspect of this toy, which is really its biggest draw.

Overall: A very cute little toy train in soft velour fabric featuring Miffy as the train driver. Each section has a different feature and can be detached from the others by Velcro tabs. The teething ring and rattle are good for younger babies while children who are into trains will enjoy pushing it along. Despite all this, it did not manage to hold our baby’s attention and he tired of it very quickly.

[Emily, Mini Maison]

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