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Bedtime Peppa At the Fence!

Hey neighbors!

Check out Bedtime Peppa!  She will join your child at bedtime.  She has a small blanket.  When you press her tummy, her cheeks glow pink and she sings a bedtime song.  She also sings a brand new day song.  Your child can count sheep with Peppa too!


I love Peppa's accent.  She sounds just like a little girl we used to know.  Her name was Riley, which she pronounced Wiley!  Peppa will help your child enjoy bedtime! Love the giggles and oinks!


Along with the Bedtime Peppa, we also received the Peppa Pig and the Muddy Puddles.  Perfect for reading after bathtime with the Muddy Puddles Bathtime Peppa set, and right before going to bed with Bedtime Peppa.  A cute little story about Peppa Pig who wants to play in the muddy puddles after the rain.  At the end of the book she, and her friend George, get to do just that!


I think your child would really enjoy Peppa.  Bedtime Peppa is designed for ages 3 and up, just like the bath set.  Peppa is 11 inches tall and is extremely soft.  You can find her at local department stores.  I found her for $34 on Amazon.


Thanks for stopping by! See you soon At the Fence!

Disclaimer:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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