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Monday, September 14, 2009

Munchkin Caterpillar Spillars

Munchkin Caterpillar Spillers review by Kimberly at Just Frugalicious. I received these but had no little ones to try them out, so I passed them onto Kimberly.

"We picked them up from her house last Thursday (before we visited Chick Fil A for their complimentary sandwiches). I really wanted to keep them all packaged up until we returned home – hoping not to have to gather them, three kids, Chick Fil A Sandwiches, backpacks, any anything else that might have been in the truck when we unloaded at home. But, that didn’t happen! With three inquisitive kids in the back seat of the Avalanche…..the package didn’t stay contained for too long! And, I of course ended up hunting throughout the entire back seat to try to find all the cups!!

At bath time, I had finally found all the cups and re-introduced them to Evan! HE LOVED THEM! He would scoop up the water and spill it out…… He loved when the water ran out of the bottom of the cup!

The cups are suppose to hook together to make a catapillar, but we didn’t have much success with that function of the product. The cups wouldn’t stay attached – and with one touch of a finger, they disconnected.

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Addison, our nearly 4 year old, loved the cups as much as Evan did! She played with him as I gave his bath – and at the end all three of us were equally wet, I believe!


Evan was entertained by the cups and big sister!


What suprised me was how fast the toys dried! I pulled them out of the bathwater and tossed them into the sink to drain. By the time I had Evan to his bed to finish drying and dressing him, the toys were nearly water-free. I tossed them in his bed with him – in an attempt to keep him occupied while Big Sister had a bath!


Of course when I walked back into his room, all the cups had been tossed out of his crib (except this one) – which he quickly tossed upon my arrival. What a game of pick-up!!"