Curious as to what your tween girls or tween nieces would like for Christmas? Look no further, friends! Seriously this was a very fun gift that kept them occupied for hours! Honestly…at first they weren’t too sure about it, you know learning something new, the typical learning curve. After they figured it out…they loved it! The Oonies, by Moose Toys, actually stick to each other so they can make amazing creatures and designs – with no mess! -ahhh moms dream come true! In a way they are like small balloons that stick together…but way cooler!
How does it work?
- Kids take an Oonies pellet
- Place it in the inflator (carefully and slowly)
- Pump the inflator to the desired size of Oonie (labeled on the inflator)
- Watch it magically grow in to an Oonie!
You can see my niece in the video making Oonies on her own! Oonies are the coolest way to create!<img
During this time of year when it’s cold…and rainy here in the south…and not to mention everyone getting sick, we are always looking for fun indoor activities that aren’t just run of the mill…you know? My nieces (aka Miss E’s cousins, you can see her in the mix having a blast too) love crafting and being creative…so once they figured out how the Oonies worked they were hooked! Perfect Christmas gift this year!
You can also get creative and do games by making Oonies and having races on teams…As you can see the fun and possibilities are endless.
Hi I’m Erin a Southern mama from South Mississippi, owner and chief editor of Sixth Bloom a blog helping mom-tographers capture their kiddos and life, talking all things home, parenting and how we navigate through life. You will find me living life to the fullest with my mister (aka husband) and our little two year old, Miss E, in our 500+ sq foot cottage as we build our dream house on our two acres! We are blessed beyond measure, love to travel, involved in ministry at our church and in between all of that we run two successful businesses together!
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