We love Tots Bots anyway and I have used them since Penny was in nappies until she potty trained. They’re super user friendly with a velcro closure that, unlike some others I’ve tried, never seems to lose ‘stickiness’. For more on how to use them, and the way they can fit a baby from 8lbs to toddler, check out this post
As has become standard with the brand, the new collection is a series of bright and cheerful designs. Nods to some of our favourite retro and traditional toys such as the fisher price phone and grimms rainbow can be found amongst the patterns.
This one is called Ride and Shine.
Hello? This one is called Chatterbots.
This one is Rainbeau.
Not going to lie…I nearly knocked myself out trying to get the ball into the cup with this toy. This one is called Pippin.
Before we got a chance to shoot the fifth nappy, the school run beckoned. It is possibly my favourite, I have the best memories of playing with my Mum’s spirograph set. This one is called Doodlebum.
The full Tots Bots Playtime Collection can be bought in all styles from www.TotsBots.com
They are priced as follows
Easyfit – £17.99
Teenyfit – £10.99
PeeNut (with pads) – £17.99
PeeNut Wrap – £12.99
Our Fisherprice toy phone was bought from RetroKids.com
The wooden toys were bought in Babipur
Marnies shoes are from Amy and Ivor