WIN a Fisher Price Bright Beats Build a Beat Stacker Toy

 

We bring you yet another competition, this time is to win a Fisher Price Bright Beats Stacker Toy!

This toy is suitable from 6 Months to 3 years old.

 

This competition is to celebrate the fact I have just officially started my christmas shopping! Yes the C word, I do apologise! I just want to be prepared for a change and not have to leave it all to the last minute like I do every other year and get really stressed out! This year I WILL be organised! Have any of you started your shopping yet?

Fraser will be just under 8 months old when Christmas comes around. It is possible he will be crawling by then…. I have visions of the christmas tree being pulled over and finding baubles everywhere! Awww I cannot wait. Babys first Christmas! So exciting. Need to buy another Stocking so that Father Christmas can leave Fraser some goodies too along side his brother and sister! He can eat Christmas Dinner too by then! YAY

 

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Product Description:

Let’s boogie, baby. Your little one willow stacking our adorable boogie characters to hear upbeat music and see dancing lights in the base. Start out in stack a song mode. When baby pushes down on the base with any of the boogie buddies, your little one is rewarded with dancing lights, and instrumental songs. In build-a-beat mode. each time baby adds a boogie and presses down, they’ll be layering up cool sounds. Take musical fun to great heights with bright beats build -a-beat stacker!

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All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning this amazing toy is follow the steps in the widget below! Good Luck everyone!

 

Fisher Price Bright Beats Toy Giveaway

 

 

 

 

Product images and description courtesy of Amazon.

 

 

 

43 thoughts on “WIN a Fisher Price Bright Beats Build a Beat Stacker Toy

  1. Gemma Huelin says:

    Polly pockets were my favourite and I remember one Christmas when I caught my mum out putting it on the end of my pillow.

  2. Carla Mooney says:

    I had a teddy called bingo you presses his hand and spoke and it recorded what you said and when you played it back his heart flashed. I loved it

  3. Kelly White says:

    I had a fisher price stovetop and sink, the sink actually worked if you put water in, I though tit was he best thing in the world!

  4. Chris Bull @sparky61 says:

    A walking & Talking doll with ringlets which were so hard to comb but I loved her so much 🙂

  5. Lindy Hine says:

    This would be a great present for my soon to be born grandson! My favourite toy as a child was a Dolls House which my Dad made for me. It was perfect down to the tiniest detail and even had wallpaper on the walls and carpet on the floors.

  6. This would be perfect for my soon to be born baby Grandson. My favourite toy as a child was a Dolls House which my Dad made for me. It was perfect down to the tiniest detail and even had wallpaper on the walls and carpet on the floors.

  7. Lindsey Stuart says:

    A little red metal bus toy! I used to pretend I was driving the children to school lol 🙂

  8. Christine ann Wilson says:

    My lost and found dog it cryed when you fed it and it was so cute and fluffy

  9. Magdalene Drummond says:

    Tiny Tears 🙂 My mums one when she was young got vandalised when she was a teenager, I think thats why I always loved my Tiny Tears so much! (she’s on a shelf now so my girls cant ruin her lol!)

  10. fay says:

    I had like the toy tree thing which turned into like a dolls house. I have no idea what it was called but I loved it!

  11. Becci says:

    I used to love Polly pockets – going to try and find some for my daughter when she’s a bit older – she’s 6 months old at the moment!

  12. Catherine Gregory says:

    My girls world! I loved just sitting brushing her hair for hours and practicing my plaits

  13. Margaret gallagher says:

    Tingling trudee doll I got for my 8th Christmas

    Had her for years even after her phone stopped ringing

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