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Paw Patrol Weebles Pull & Play Seal Island Playset Review


When we heard Paw Patrol were adding to the Weebles collection we knew little J would be very excited. We are huge fans of Weebles and have reviewed a few of the playsets on Mummy 2 Monkeys already. Little J absolutely loves Paw Patrol so we looking forward to receiving the Paw Patrol Weebles Pull and Play Seal Island Playset and Weebles figures.
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Peppa Pig Weebles Pull-Along Wobbily Train Review

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You may remember a few months ago that little J received Weebles Wobbily Farm Mill and Barn to review. He absolutely loves it and plays with almost every day. At the time he didn't really like Peppa Pig but I had noticed they had a Peppa Pig range of Weebles too. I kept my eye on them and was hoping that I could expand his playset with the Peppa pig range for his birthday. Luckily little J did start to watch Peppa Pig so I jumped at the chance to buy him the Peppa Pig Wind and Wobble Playhouse and Rockin' Rocket. Again he loves thems and plays with them all together. Recently he was so excited when we received the Peppa Pig Weebles Pull-Along Wobbily Train, it's a perfect addition to his collection.

Peppa Pig Weebles Pull-Along Wobbily Train

The  Peppa Pig Weebles Pull-Along Wobbily Train has detachable carriages and comes with a Peppa figure with a heart on her dress. 


Learning How To Detach The Carriages

The train engine carriage is at the front and there is room for a driver. Little J always puts Peppa in the front even though he has other figures he could make the driver.

Some Friends Are Joining In The Fun

The other two carriages can be removed if needed or you can keep them connected and then there is room for two more figures. 

Playing With Big Brother

The train can be pushed or pulled along the floor and when it moves it wobbles from side to side. Little J loves the train as he is in the phase of pushing cars across our wooden floor. He is fascinated with wheels at the moment too so is often found with his head on the floor looking under the train or cars trying to work out how they work.

A Train Ride To Wind and Wobble Playhouse


What We Loved

Colourful and Chunky. No flimsy plastic bits that will fall off after a few hours play.

Includes a lovely Peppa figure

The carriages can be connected together or detached if needed

Lovely addition to our collection so far.

What Could Improve

Nothing really. Little J loves it.


The Peppa Pig Weebles Pull-Along Wobbily Train is currently available to buy on Character Online or Amazon with an RRP of £17.99

*We were sent the Wobbily Train in return for a full honest review. All thoughts above are our own*
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Weebles Wobble But They Don't Fall Down

Is it just me or is the Weebles jingle the catchiest song ever? I often find myself singing it even when I don't realise.  "Weebles wobble but they don't fall down" I hadn't realised the Weebles have been around for years, I have only noticed their adverts recently while watching TV with little J. This week little J received his first ever Weebles toy, Weebles Wobbily Farm Mill and Barn   

Weebledown Farm is a new addition to the Weebles collection. There are over 10 products to choose from including animal characters, mini farm vehicles and a wobbly tractor. Little J was sent Wobbily Farm Mill and Barn Playset to play with.

 When it arrived as always he couldn't wait for me to open it he just wanted to get stuck in. I did manage to open it very quickly so he could start playing.

Rusty the Rooster is included in the playset. Little J worked out quite quickly that if you push down the milk churn the windmill spins around. He did this repeatedly for about five minutes. Little J loves anything that spins and would be happy to just watch that.

I showed little J that there was a place for the rooster to sit on top of the windmill so he put Rusty up there. Then when he pressed the milk churn down it made the windmill spin and also it pushed Rusty the Rooster down the slide. 

Once Rusty the Rooster has gone down the slide you can spin him around on the millstone roundabout at the bottom.

What we liked.

Little J really enjoyed playing with the farm. Its very colourful and we like that it is all one piece. Sometimes playsets can become too complicated with lots of different pieces and add ons.

 The milk churn pushes down quite easily so at little J's age there was no need for adult help. 

Little J likes spinning the rooster around on the floor and found that very funny. 

Its nice to know you can extend the play if you wish by buying more of the same range.

What could improve.

I would have liked more than one character to be included in the playset.

The Wobbily Farm Mill and Barn is suitable from 18 months old and is part of a larger Weebledown Farm range. RRP is currently £29.99. Additional items can be bought seperately. Animals RRP £4.99, Wobbily Vehicles RRP £7.99 and the Wobbily Tractor £19.99

With little J's birthday fastly approaching I would consider extending his collection of Weebles because they are great fun.

*we were sent the Weebles Farm in return for a full honest review. All thoughts, opinions and photos above are our own*
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