We’ve greatly enjoyed meeting and reviewing Pusheenicorn. She’s a member of the Cartwright family and currently inseparable from my youngest. Covered in sticky marks and nursery sand just the way a well loved toy should be.
I’ve been writing reviews on my blog for a while now, the boys love it when the postman brings any parcels. They wait there asking if there is anything for them. More often than not recently I’ve said to say no. So when a squidgy parcel arrived from GUND UK, I just knew my youngest was going to be delighted.
The Pusheenicorn, didn’t disappoint, out he poked with her cute whiskers, rainbow fluffy mane and soft tail. Not forgetting her sparkling horn. The Pusheenicorn is one of the newest versions of the Pusheen the cat range and isn’t available to buy until the 18th of July, so we were very lucky to get to welcome her into our home.
‘Pusheen the cat is the star of her very own ‘how-to’ blog series, giving advice and feline opinions on all manner of subjects, with over nine million Facebook Likes her world of fun and cuteness is entertaining and addictive.’
It was love at first squeeze, unfortunately there was only one and by the time my eldest got home from school he was already at home in the youngest’s bedroom.
I hadn’t even considered that my eldest would like it, being eight I thought he might of grown out of cuddly toys a bit. But what’s not to love! She’s made of the softest velveteen material and has such a cute expression. I could see many adults falling for her charms too.
Since her arrival the Pusheenicorn has made herself at home. She loves the reading corner and enjoys story time before bed every night. She also has made great friends with the other cuddly toys. Not that there is much room for my youngest in the bed now. She also massively approves of the colour scheme, she co-ordinates quite well don’t you think! If you don’t already know about my youngest love of the colour pink its worth reading, Why I let my son paint his room pink.