Is something bothering you that makes you constantly worry? Why not write your worries on a piece of paper and feed them to Worry Eater! Together both of us can get through this!
Worry Eaters are based on Gerd Hahn’s animation, Sorgenfresser. They are brilliant for eating nightmares and acting as a ‘waste bin’ for worries of all shapes and sizes. Children simply write or draw their troubles on a piece on paper and feed them into the zip mouth of the Worry Eater. They are great cuddly companions in good times or bad, for children of all ages, parents find the award-winning plush toys ideal for keeping channels of communication open with their youngsters whilst also being a fun, vibrant plaything.
The popular Worry Eaters range is growing in 2016! Not only will there be six new additions joining the plush family, but there’s also a brand new collection of stationery and novelty items which are perfect for primary school-aged boys and girls! Purses, pencil cases and bags are being added to the collection. There are four character purses based on popular Worry Eaters Bill, Betti, Saggo and Om, as well as four pencil cases (Enno, Flint, Frula and Biff) plus Frula and Flamm bags. They are all portable versions of kids’ favourite Worry Eaters characters, created with the same soft fabric as the plush toys and featuring the distinct zip-mouth for gobbling up children’s worries.
Pat, Sita and Lilli, who are the new characters range, are Classic Worry Eaters measuring 32 – 40 cm. Schnulli and Pom are the Junior Worry Eaters, measuring 22 – 24 cm. For bigger worries comes giant Flint measuring 97cm. They are all suitable for three year olds and above.
Lilli is a cute and cuddly character. She comes with a big pink bow on her hair and a red ring to attach onto a bag or handle to keep her safe. She has zip-mouth and a soft fabric body. I have spoken to my daughter about her and how she could help Ms C to deal with worries. Ms C loves the idea and will be using Lilli whenever she comes across any problem.
I love this concept of Worry Eater and hope this will put our children at ease and that they can incorporate it with how they deal with worries. I hope this will help both of us to understand and overcome their concerns together. What do you think of this?
Disclosure: We received the sample for the purposes of writing this review however all thoughts and opinions remain our own.