This My Little Pony playdate was inspired by my partnership with Playskool, as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars. #PLAYSKOOLCREW
Have the holidays done you in yet? Are you living a real life Four Christmases? Are you reading this in your closet right meow?
It’s okay, we’ve all been there. My bunker is my second home that happens to be full of coffee and sugary goodness, because… survival.
Which got me thinking. The Elmo tea party was SUCH A HIT in our home, why not surprise Michael with another <looks like more work that it is> adorable playdate? For real, though. These tiny parties/playdates don’t require a lot of effort and keep him entertained so I can get something done.
MY LITTLE PONY PLAYDATE FOOD:
With presents to wrap and cookies to bake, I didn’t have time to overcomplicate the food. There were Bumblesweet lunch meat sandwiches, Cheerilee berries, and Rainbow Dash snacks. That’s it. Done. It doesn’t get much easier than store bought food and a cookie cutter.
And once the cookies began their journey to the other end, playing became the most important task at hand. We both know, in most cases, playing trumps going to the bathroom… in a toilet. Unless your tiny human is responsible and doesn’t play right up to the moment the floodgates begin to burst, of course.
His excitement is adorable and sometimes a little messy.
Initially, he was drawn to the Playskool Friends Musical Celebration Castle featuring My Little Pony. With its spinning dance floor for the chunky Pinkie Pie and Star Song figures to get down to the music and sound effects on, and a fold down bed for my old lady pony to pass out on, I understood the draw.
But then he moved on to the Playskool Friends My Little Pony Rainbow Dash Friendship Bus. The bus that opened it’s door when it picked up Rainbow Dash’s friends from the Playskool Friends My Little Pony Figure Collector Pack and took them to school. The bus that doubled as extra sleeping quarters because there were not enough places in the castle for the ponies to sleep. The bus that fit perfectly into his won’t be small for much longer hands.
He has quite the imagination.
Playskool Friends My Little Pony products are age rated for 18 months to 4 years old, and cross any and all gender boundaries. Not that I’m trying to influence you at all, but you still have a few days before Santa shimmies down your chimney.
Not that I know anything about running around BFE to find Michael’s Santa gift 3 days before Christmas…
DO A GIRL A FAVOR AND PIN THIS MY LITTLE PONY PLAYDATE!