I am always amazed with kids’ imagination. Kids are too little to know all the rules of math and physics. Their mind is open to almost everything; they follow their dreams and wishes without any limits. My boy loves art and he draws something incredible every day. Once he drew an unusually shaped car with antennas, saying that this car can talk to animals on the road asking them to leave the road, move to a safer location and offer a help if needed. Teddy likes when grandmother visits us and he loves playing with her. One day Teddy questioned if we can buy a medicine for the grandmother so that she was never tired and able to play with him all days long.
Since my little one does not have any siblings, new Fisher-Price’s Little People - Eddie, Mia, Sofie, Tessa and Koby became members of his family, his buddies and his supporters right away. He associated himself with Eddie because Teddy is a very active boy and loves sport. He says that playing ball is always fun in a team but never alone. Teddy also likes Sofie, because he has a friend at daycare who looks like Sofie and her name is Sofie too, quite exciting. Now my boy shows his drawings to his new friends.
He also loves playing a “daycare”, pretending he is a teacher, showing Little People how to hold the spoon, use toys and cross the street. Teddy teaches Mia new songs, Tessa dance moves, Sofia letters and numbers. It is amazing to see what he learnt he gladly shares with his Little People.
Is your kid willing to explore the world, learn new things, find new friends? Then welcome Eddie, Mia, Sofie, Tessa and Koby. If you are excited with new Little People do not forget to check Treehouse the Little People, Big Discoveries contest in October and November. Participants will be able to play a hide and seek game to find new characters on playsets, watch the videos and be entered to win 1 of 5 $265 LittlePeople Prize packs.
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