My Mummy's World : BABY Secrets | A Review

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

BABY Secrets | A Review

My kids are obsessed with collectibles and blind bags especially, and they seem to be the go-to thing for all kids recently. They just seem to get some kind of satisfaction out of not knowing what they will get - but equally get upset when they get duplicates. Last month we received some of the latest collectible on the block - BABY Secrets. 



BABY Secrets are new on the scene, only being released in December of last year. They bring 50 exciting characters with big personalities, 25 girls, and 25 boys. 

Each individual pack comes complete with a bathtub and a surprise baby. You simply then fill the tub with water and watch as the baby's nappy changes colour to reveal the gender - pink for a girl, blue for a boy. Each pack comes with a birth certificate for you to fill out and record the details of your baby. 



The range includes:

BABY Secrets Single Packs - RRP £2.99
The BABY Secrets single pack is the perfect way to start your collection, complete with one baby, one bathtub, a birth certificate and a collectors guide. Make friends with the collection and reveal what your first character will be. 



BABY Secrets Activity Packs - RRP £12.99
The BABY Secrets activity packs come in four different varieties - Pram Pack, Bassinet Pack, High Chair Pack and Rocking Horse Pack. The packs come complete with two exclusive babies, one surprise baby, a bathtub, three birth certificates, a collectors guide and either a high chair, rocking horse, pram or bassinet. For endless play!



Both Jack and Isla have loved these, dipping each of them to reveal the gender, and even seeing who they look like and comparing them to family members and friends. The individual packs are so affordable being just £2.99 and would make the perfect pocket money treat. 

These are totally different to any type of collectible we've had about before, the fact you can interact with them to reveal the gender is one of the highlights for us here. 



From a parents point of view, they are an adorable little toy, which is small enough for storage, but large enough that your little ones can interact with them. The large eyes on the babies just make them adorable. 



BABY Secrets are aimed at children 4+, although Isla is almost 3, and with careful guidance has had fun with them. They are available from The Entertainer, Smyths, Argos, and Toymaster. You can find out more at BABY Secrets HQ or follow them on facebook too. 






Please Note: We received the above in exchange for a review. All opinions are our own and not influenced in any way. 

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