Worry Eaters

| September 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

worry

Worried about starting a new grade or facing bullies at school? Have a military parent or difficulties at home? Feed it to your Worry Eaters! The little softie with big eyes and a striped body comes in eight different personalities with names like Polli, Flamm and twins Bill and Betti.

worry1

wory1

Each character has a hang tag that explains to tots as young as 3 years old that if they write their concern on paper — or draw it if too young to write — and tuck it into the plush’s zippered mouth, their Worry Eater will hold on to that fear for them, so they can get a good night’s sleep. In the morning, their fears usually don’t look so large after all! When times get rough, kids can jot down or draw their frets, worries and fears and feed it to Worry Eater. As child sleeps, mom or dad tiptoes in and discovers the scary concern. Next day a solution or discussion can be shared between child and grownup. A much healthier way to deal with stress and worry!

monster

My 6 year old does not like to sleep alone. Him and his brother share a room.  So when his brother is gone for the night he stresses. His worry eater has helped not only to calm his fears but gave him something to cuddle with at night.

monster 2

I love these little guys so much I am giving one away to one of my lucky readers with your choice of character, small or large!

Which one would you choose?

Just enter below

open to U.S residents only

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Category: Reviews

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *