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Pinypon and Nenuco Party

Hey neighbors!

I had the chance to host a Pinypon/Nenuco Party!  What alot of fun we had!  Pinypon are these adorable little dolls and you can interchange their clothing and hair.  They also come with accessories and playsets, like caravans, shopping mall and hotel.  Now, although I would recommend these for girls, one little boy had some fun with them too!



Nenuco is a doll that blows bubbles and uses her own little potty after drinking water from her bottle.  The one little girl who went home with this one was soooo funny!  She told her brother not to sit in one spot on the carpet because the doll had an accident there!  We were laughing so hard over this.

Feeding the baby!

I think she is using her potty!

When can I feed the baby?
No!  Don't sit there!
My turn!

A great time was had by all and everyone Took home a Pinypon figure.  I am not sure if everyone took home the original hair and clothing after the trading was done, but everyone left happy!  And of course a Nenuco doll went home with one happy little girl!

CUTE!


Having some play time!




Look at all the little accessories.



We were also able to share the Nenuco Blowing Bubbles Baby.  Look at the fun that was had!


She needed changed and dried off!


Neighbors, these would make GREAT gifts!  Be sure to visit their website and then check out their Facebook and Twitter pages!
Pinypon on Facebook
Pinypon on Twitter
Pinypon website
Nenuco on Facebook
Nenuco on Twitter
Nenuco website

These children really enjoyed playing with the Pinypon figures and the Nenuco doll.  I have to say the doll was a hit because of using the potty, more than blowing bubbles.  And the Pinypon figures encouraged interactive play.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive Pinypon and Nenuco product for review purposes.  All quotes are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

Comments

Darlene said…
Aww what beautiful kids, oh maybe thats because they are my grandchildren :) Love them.
The baby doll us to cute. I've never heard of these before. I'm going check into them further looks like something I'd like to get for my niece Stella
Thanks for the review
Unknown said…
awesome toys! My kids would love them, thanks for the review.

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