Despite refusing to sit on the Easter Bunny’s lap at a local mall (and frankly, I don’t really blame him), my son has become slightly obsessed with all things bunny-related lately. Aside from a few cookies, I’m planning on filling his Easter basket with some toys and books, and while I generally try to stay away from purchasing stuffed animals (I swear those things multiple like…well, bunnies) I figure a stuffed bunny is in order here.
Lots of toy stores are featuring bunnies right now, not surprisingly, but I am always reluctant to buy a toy that’s filled with mystery content. So I turned again to miYim. Back when we decided to wean my son from his beloved pacifier at bedtime, I was looking for a stuffed animal that he could cuddle with instead. Specifically, I was looking for an organic stuffed animal. I found a monkey at miYim that fit the bill. Organic stuffed animals tend to be firmer and “less plush” than their synthetic counterparts, but so far my son hasn’t seemed to care about that. So I was happy when I found a miYim bunny at my local toy store and found a couple more online.
There’s the BabyVictoria Plush Bunny, the Baby Victoria Knit Bunny, and the Victoria Plush Bunny plus the Bunny Lovie Blanket and Bunny Crib/Stroller Toy for the youngest of bunny-lovers. All miYim products are made with organic and natural cotton materials. You can read more about their product safety here.
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