Little Tikes Tumble Train

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Hello, my Betties and Gents! I hope that you all are having a fab evening. I thought this week I would begin my three-part Little Tikes postings. Little Tikes has been a loved brand in my family since, well, as long as I can remember. They always have fun new products each and every holiday season which are always on children’s Christmas lists across the world. 

Tumble Train

One product that is a must see this holiday season is the Tumble Train. The Tumble Train is actually included on the Toys R’ Us 2015 Holiday Hot Toy List. This bouncy train has unique tracks that allow it to move in the zaniest and wackiest ways. Watch as the 3D track moves across the floor, and then changes direction, as little ones giggle and give chase!

My friend Jessica and her son put the Tumble Train through its paces and she said by far this is one of Daniels favorite toys. One huge plus for the parents is that this is very easy to set up and super durable. So no need to stress Christmas morning when you are trying to get all those toys put together. 

Tumble Train

One thing that you should take into consideration is that the track moves with the train so it needs a lot of room. One huge advantage is that if for some reason the track hits something it turns itself around and off it goes again. 

The best part of this toy is the fact that Daniel can operate it all by himself.  He did grab the track while it was turned on the got his finger stuck in the train wheels.  It did pinch his finger, but it is still a first pick toy for him.  We just have to remind him not to touch the track while it is turned on.  

The Tumble Train would be a great part to Christmas morning this season and with a price of $24.99 it is perfect for the wallet as well. The Tumble Train can be purchased online and at Toys R’ Us Stores. Daniel highly recommends checking it out! It is so cool! 

 

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In my product postings, most of the products have been received free for my honest review. I will always give my honest opinion. All images and posts are property of Hello Betty.

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