Sunday, November 1, 2015

Help your kiddos takle their Worries!!! #Review of Worry Eaters

I was provided one or more Worry Eater at no cost in exchange for my honest opinion. All opinions expressed are my own. Your experience may vary!


At times, childhood worries can be VERY BIG, and other times, very small. No matter how big or small the worries are, they are all important in the life of a child. A child can write or draw their worries and fears and feed them to their Worry Eater. The cuddly plush Worry Eaters offers the child an opportunity to express themselves and their worries, and offers parents an opportunity to learn about their child's worries in a safe and playful way.
Here is why Parents' Choice awarded its fall seal: "Worries can be hard to talk about. Help is here. Write down the worry on a small piece of paper, pop it into the Worry Eater's mouth and zip it closed. Phew! That feels better. These charming plush creatures won't eradiate fears for young children, but the will help embolden kids to talking about what worries them. And that's more than half the battle. Available in seven styles and suitable for all (and we mean all) ages."
We were very excited to receive our Worry Eaters!!
My son picked Saggo (Large)

Mouth open ready to take in his worries!

He is SO soft!!! I like that he has a little loop. I think it would be great if you have a super worrier to attach it to their backpack!

I absolutely LOVE what is written on his tag!!
Hi! Afraid of the dark?
Homework Problems?
Trouble with friends?
Whatever is bothering you-
I'm here to help!
Just write or draw your worries on
a piece of paper, feed them to me,
and zip me up.
I'll hold onto them so you don't have to.
Together we'll get through it!"

My daughter of course picked a pink one!!
She picked Polli (small)

“Feed me,” is the silent wish of every Worry Eater who winds up in an American home. Brought to the U.S. by The Haywire Group, the popular German plush, with big eyes and a zippered mouth, has been chowing down on “worries” written on a piece of paper by children everywhere. A simple and extremely appealing concept noticed by toy experts everywhere, including recognition in the November issue of Parents magazine which just named Worry Eaters, $15.99 (S) and $22.99 (L), to its Best Toys 2015 list.
“We love these toys that are kind enough to tackle tough emotions!” marvel Parents editors. “Your child can write down a fear or a concern and feed it into one of Gerd Hahn’s Worry Eaters. It’s up to you whether to peek later.”
Each character boasts round, understanding eyes, soft bodies and a mix of two, three or more ears or horns! Worry Eaters are kind and cuddly in both good and bad times. Each arrives with a tag that tells its name. With Enno's two pointy ears or Saggo's five tall striped ears, these pals create opportunities for children to talk to parents or other grownups. These plush friends offer lots of reassurance to children that someone is always there to help. Take a look at how MANY awards these little helpful guys have earned already in this first year in the US!
Worry Eaters • Ages  3+ •  $15.99 (9” Small) & $22.99 (14” Large)
·   Parents Magazine Best Toys 2015
·   Parents’ Choice Foundation Recommended Seal
·   Toy Insider’s Hot Holiday Toys
·   Creative Child Awards Plush of the Year
·   The National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval
·   Mom's Choice Award - Gold
·   Mr. Dad's Seal of Approval
·   NAPPA Gold Award (National Parenting Publications Awards)
·   National Association of Gifted Children’s Recommended Toy Seal
·   PAL Award (Play On Words recognizes products that advance language)
My kiddos LOVE them!! They stuck a worry in and went to bed! I of course snuck in to take a peek at their worry. =)


I think these are AMAZING for little people! I fun way to express a concern and a great way to find out what's bothering them!!

WANT IT?!? BUY IT!!!!!
Worry Eaters are available online
and at select retailer's near you =)


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