Sunday, May 24, 2015

Squeak the Mouse Plush Toy #BabyFirstSqueaktheMousePlushToy


Whatever time it is Tizzy, Tog and Toot want to know all about it. These three little mice live in the Tick Tock Clock and simply love time. It may be time for a story, time for singing a song, time for playing a game – or just time for a banana. “Squeak” is a live action series that takes young viewers on an adventure that combines learning with lots of fun through songs and storytelling.
Oma loves that the Squeak the Mouse Plush Toy comes with three switchable t-shirts so that your mouse can be either Tizzy, Tog and Toot. I find it darling that you can change the Plush Mouse’s shirt to better match what your baby is wearing - Red, Yellow, or Green. 

The mouse is very soft and most importantly does not have any button or adornments that could be dislodged and swallowed.

(The Green T-Shirt is more of a Teal)



Product Description



An adorable mouse from Squeak is here! Get your child the huggable, soft Squeak plush toy and transform him into Tizzy, Tog or Toot. That’s right – it’s your child’s choice. The Squeak plush toy comes with three different colored t-shirts, so your baby can change the shirt to match your favorite mouse. Squeak is 12 inches high.
  • ~A new plush toy Squeak the Mouse sold by Baby First Corporation, one of the new Tillie the duck friends on the TV.
  • ~An adorable mouse from Squeak is here!
  • ~transform him into Tizzy, Tog or Toot
  • ~Includes: 1 Squeak plush toy; 1 red t-shirt; 1 yellow t-shirt; 1 green t-shirt
  • ~Hand washable material
  • ~Toy is 12" high
  • ~Manufacturer recommended age: 3 months and up




Baby First TV Website



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