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2014 Holiday Gift Guide : Aurora Review!

Hey Neighbors!

How is everyone doing this morning?  We are doing pretty good. We recently bought Trixie some new toys, and she has been playing with them non-stop!  Speaking of toys, does your child like stuffed animals?  If so, you will have to check these out!  Introducing...


Aurora sent me several items to include in our Holiday Gift Guide that, I assure you, would make great gifts!  The first item I will be reviewing is the Chocolate Lab and the Angora Kitten from Miyoni's Unlikely Friends Collection. This stuffed animal is actually two animals!  It is a cat and a dog... Kissing!  :D What's funny is that Pansy (my Sheltie), and Trixie (our Himalayan), are seriously best friends. They sleep together, eat/drink each other's food/water, eat each other's treats, play with each other's toys, etc.


"With interspecies devotion, unlikely animals come together in warming displays of these Miyoni Unlikely Friends."


The second item is the My Jungle Friends from Aurora's Baby Talk Line. This is a little tree trunk (the carrier with a handle!) that has several different jungle animals in it that the baby can pull out and play with. Some of them squeak, some of them rattle, some of them , etc. 



We gave this to C. (his daddy and mommy are dear friends of ours, and C. is sooo adorable!), and he loves it!  Him and his daddy both like noisy toys (since his dad said he would just keep the toy for himself :D), so the squeaking and rattling animals were a plus.


The last item I received is the WINKS from the Aurora Taddle Toes Collection.  He is sooooo adorable (can you tell he is my favorite?!?:D)!  The oversized feet are what make this collection what it is.  All of the products I received have these soft (oh, so soft!) bodies, and seriously cute faces.  Check him out!


Okay, don't you want him?!?  If so, you can purchase him (and the other products I received, and so much more), on the Aurora Website.  You can also Like them on Facebook and Follow them on Twitter to stay up to date with their latest news and products.  


I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive one product for review purposes only.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.  All text in red is taken from the sponsor's website.  

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