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Kidlandia Kreechurs

Hi Neighbors!

I have a confessions to make, our Kidlandia Mousefly came on vacation with us!  Yes, we actually brought her along.  Now, I really don't know for sure if it is supposed to be male or female, but we decided that ours was a girl.  She is cute!  Anyway, the Mousefly is one of Kidlandia's plush Kreechurs.  She is a combination church mouse and big eared bat.   Our Mousefly is 7 inches from the tip of her little nose to the tip end of her tail.  Her pink and brown coloring are just perfect!  My children think she is adorable.  Her fur is extremely soft.  And her huge eyes just add to her cuteness.  We are calling her: Little Bit.  She is perfectly pocket-sized.  She can travel in a backpack if necessary!
Here is Little Bit, Our Mousefly.

She is sunning herself in our hotel window.
Anyway, she is just one of the Kidlandia Kreechurs.  They are available for just $14.95 plus shipping.  They are limited editions at FAO Schwarz.

Kidlandia also has personalized products available.  Mugs, blankets, placemats, puzzles and many other items can be personalized for your child's enjoyment.  They can design their own country, create a family tree, or map out a play paradise.  Then they can have it as a keepsake on one of the products available through Kidlandia.  Pretty neat!

Sitting up so her back can get some sun!

She has to change sides so she doesn't burn.

Be sure to visit Kidlandia.  One neighbor will be receiving one of the plush Kidlandia Kreechurs (Company choice).  Be sure to enter!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive 1 Mousefly.  All quotes are taken from the Kidlandia email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are entirely mine.

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Janet W. said…
Kidlandia's Caterplump Plush Toy Limited Edition is my favorite.
Danielle S said…
Danielle S
Darlene said…
I love the Kidlandia's Caterplump
Anne said…
We know a couple who's daughter has a Caterplump. I lwould love to have one
Kristen said…
I like Whifflepuff.
Nancy said…
I like Thumblebottom.

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