I love simplicity. Minimal colours, minimal doo-dads. While more often than not my home ends up the complete opposite (because I also love colour!), one way I can indulge in the beauty of simplicity is with the Jellycat stuffies for my little wiggler. B has two Jellycat bunnies because they’re mommy’s favourite, but Jellycat carries all sorts of animals, even guinea pigs!
(Brynn’s two Jellycat bunnies anxiously awaiting her arrival)
Not only are the stuffies gorgeous, but they’re also incredibly durable. Brynn beats that thing up like it owes her money (har har!). But seriously, it’s crazy how strong she is and she just beats on it, and eats it. And it’s still kickin’. It may not like her anymore, or they may be working on their friendship in counselling, I’m not sure.. but it’s still around. Which is really good, because I have a secret plan to make those two bunnies her favourites of all her stuffies. You know, your childhood ‘forever’ bears? Mine was a monkey. I still have it to this day.
My only apprehension with Jellycat is the cost of them. I have seen them at Chapters and small speciality stores, but nowhere else really in town. For the size Brynn has in the picture above they are around $20. I mean, it could just be me but I do somewhat hesitate to spend that on a stuffed animal when she has so many as it is. Even though I am borderline obsessed with them and wish she could have them all. But at the same time, they’re still relatively low priced enough that if she were to ask for one I wouldn’t mind to buy it as a special surprise on occasion. I just don’t think we will be collecting them any time soon.
All in all I very highly recommend having a Jellycat animal in your life, and would appoint them the kings of all stuffed animal makers if I could.