We have four generations in our home and sometimes sleep can be elusive. We have ages 6 months to 76 years old – silence is rare and there is always something to think about. Comfort at bedtime for all of us is a priority – the more comfortable we can be, the quicker we fall asleep and the better the quality of the sleep.
The collectible Squishmallows plush toy line, is an award-winning, international phenomenon popping with personality. Over 10 million have sold in North America since fall 2017 launch. From domestic, sea and farm animals to fantasy creatures like unicorns, more than 50 styles of these cuddly characters are available this holiday season and make the perfect gifts and stocking stuffers for under $5, $10, $20 and $30 (depending on the size).
From the 3.5-inch “clip-on” styles to the 16 and 20-inch sizes (that fans are using to replace pillows), kids, friends and loved ones will go absolutely wild over Squishmallows. Eight inch, 12-inch, Baby Squishmallows and square, “Stackable” styles are also available. Squishmallows are available for purchase online, and at national gift and retail chains.
My character is the 16″ Simon. Now I can say with absolutely honesty that I wanted Simon for one of my kids or grandkids (we all live together). But sorry to say – I am keeping him for me! Yeah, my quality of sleep is just as important as theirs and seriously Simon is as soft and cuddly as you can ever imagine him to be. I fell in love at “hello”.
We are definitely going to have to shop at one of the Squishmallow retailers because there is no way I will be able to keep him to myself without making arrangements for everyone else to have one. The question is – which ones? There are so many options and they are even available at retailers in my town. Don’t forget to add these to your holiday shopping lists!
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