Little 2 has been on and on about Fingerlings for about a year now, she first spotted them in the run up to Christmas last year but I couldn't find the one she had wanted and has since mentioned them, oh around daily! She loves all the colours and the different animals and was desperate to get her hands on one.
Imagine her delight when all three Little Ones were kindly sent fingerlings to review recently, those monkeys are so cute. Little 3 has taken a particular liking to his and carries him on his finger on the school run and he has to have a nap in my bag while Little 3 is at pre-school (must remember to turn him off each time, there were some funny noises coming from my bag in the staff room once!) Little 3's fingerling, spends the majority of his time on Little 3's finger or tucked up in the folds of his pillowcase where I am not allowed to remove him from as he is precious apparently- kids huh!
The girls also love their Fingerlings too, we love the way they chatter to us and each other, turn their heads and close their eyes as well as the cute noises they make. Little 1 likes the kissing noises when she kisses hers.
I keep finding these Fingerlings hanging in the most wonderful places, on the arier, drawer handles, edges of things and door handles, they really can sleep anywhere!
Each little blind bag contains a mini monkey, unicorn or sloth (we have only found monkeys so far) a bracelet and tail charm. They can hang on your bracelet, your larger Fingerling or on your pencil (or your arier like ours do!)
With popular, rare, legendary, and ultra-rare figures to collect, the girls are excited to see what they get each time and are happy to trade if they get something the same. Little 2 has a Fingerlings playset on her Christmas list this year as well as a unicorn Fingerling, while Little 3 fancies an untamed dinosaur one! I wonder whether father Christmas will be able to find those?