A couple of weeks ago we were invited to tea at The Ritz for the launch of the personalised My First Forever Friends nursery toy collection from Golden Bear and a chat with parenting expert Sarah Ockwell-Smith. Forever Friends was first launched in 1987 and I remember receiving the teddy bear design on a birthday card when I was younger. I’m really pleased to see that it’s still going strong and around for my children to enjoy.
A timeless classic with a strong heritage and global appeal, Forever Friends continues to delight and captivate all those who are drawn into its world of endearing Forever Friends bears and friendship message. For new parents, that emotive link between baby’s first experiences and the endearing Forever Friends characters provides a natural source of inspiration for the new Nursery toy range.
Super soft fabrics and gentle tones provide a subtle background for the new collection of multi-sensory toys. Prices range from a very reasonable £5.99 to £24.99 and the toys include a specially designed baby-safe photo-frame, My First Forever Friends Squeaker, My First Forever Friends Jingler and My First Forever Friends Snuggle Blankie.
We loved the toys we saw, especially the My First Forever Friends Sweet Dreams multi-sensory teddy which emits a soft pink glowing light and features four comforting baby-sensitive sounds: heart-beat, musical lullaby, white noise and sea waves to relax and calm baby and help them drift off to sleep. This adorable Sweet Dreams bear features the unique baby-safe photo holder and includes a volume and timer setting as well as a handy hanging strap.
Visit www.goldenbeartoys.com for further information.
Win a My First Forever Friends Chime Bear
I’m delighted to have a super sweet and cuddly My First Forever Friends Chime Bear (RRP £12.99) from the new range to giveaway (pictured above). This is an ideal first teddy with rounded body, floppy legs, gentle tinkle chime sounds and photo holder.
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