Care package with Care Bears

I very rarely take time for myself, or even think about taking time for myself. So imagine how overwhelmed I was when I received a glorious care package from CareBears and Flair. Now Freddie has started school I feel I’m chasing my tails somewhat and feel a bit stretched, I’m still finding my routine – so it’s been nice to have a little pamper and unwind to refresh my scrambled egg head. 

The package containted Care Bears Medium Plush, Care Bears Cubs Plush and a Care Bear Squishems Figures, hot chocolate, tea, haribo, a Yankee candle, face mask and fluffy socks. As soon as I put the socks on I was in the zone to be honest! 

Freddie loved his Care Bears Medium Plush, it really is so soft and huggable, it’s been a lovely addition for those cold mornings were going to school is a bit of a chore and he needs a “safety blanket” to have with him in the car. We had Grumpy and his expression is just so cute! You can collect so many others (especially if you have a favourite!) from £15.99 at ASDA, Tesco, Amazon and Debenhams.

The CareBear Cubs Plush is a perfect size for Dexter, his fur is jsut as vivid but he wears a little outfit! He is just as soft and is held by the paw and carried around the the house. There are four of these to clllect and id love Dexter to start collecting these as his bedtime friends. You can get these in ASDA and Amazon for £7.99 each.

The CareBear Squishems were new to us all but they are so adorable, I really love the fact that they are soft and squishy it’s gives them a much friendlier appeal. Fred loves to have a “set” of something as he likes to display things and tends to be more respectful of his things. The Squishems are priced at £14.99 and you can get them from Amazon, Tesco and Asda.

I think this is the first time the boys have both had toys that are nostalgic to my childhood and it’s so lovely to see.

We were sent this care package as part of a review.

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