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Rose was like a child on Christmas morning when she got the box from Hog Wild Toys of products to review - she didn't know what to choose first to play with. Ultimately the plush penguin popper toy won out! This is an adorable toy that pops the soft ball out and shoots it at your target, or in Rose's case - herself! We even took this popper to Sunday dinner in which Rose's aunt proceeded to "pop" herself in the face with the little popper ball because she wasn't expecting it to pop out! This was quite entertaining!
|Rose sporting her Flash Stache from Hog Wild Toys|
The ZipStix were a huge hit! Rose loved trying to see how far she could get them to go, how many cones she could knock over and what stunts she could pull off with her ZipStix!
The Hot Wild Atomic Shield Popper was another perfect toy for Rose's age! The weather has been getting nicer in Michigan so Rose enjoyed some time outside with her Shield Popper shooting the soft balls in the grass! I have to admit - this is even fun for the adults to play with too when the kids decide to share!
Check out Hog Wild Toys Facebook page - they have Hog Wild Wednesdays where you can enter to win FREE TOYS each Wednesday! If you are still looking for some toys to add to those Easter Baskets - definitely keep Hog Wild Toys in mind! Your kids will not be disappointed! You can purchase Hog Wild Toys online at Amazon or use their store locator to find a retailer near you!
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