I have some noble intentions for crochet related posts, I just have no time to make them. So, here is another product review to make you smile. 🙂
My kid is very much that typical, play with it twice and forget it exists sort of kid. So, imagine my happiness and surprise when she fell in love with this puppet that we got her for Christmas. Stacey, from Puppet Pie, is an amazing puppeteer, an incredible puppet designer, and a super sweet lady. So, she had this terrifying puppet in her studio, nightmare scary. And, I knew it would be perfect for my little weirdo. Needless to say, she opens this vampire bunny puppet for Christmas (and man do I wish I still had a photo of how I wrapped it…when she opened the box, it was staring at her!) and danced around the house with it for hours. She brought it to Disneyland a few days later, where she scared Oswald the Lucky Rabbit with it.
She has brought it to Costco, the grocery store, the gas station, the mall, all over the place.
This puppet is amazing. Well constructed, lasts through a lot of rough play, and still super soft.
So, during a trip to Disneyland recently, she decided that Pinky the Vampitt needed to join her. So, Pinky met some princesses, and scared a few of them.
Snow White wasn’t sure what to make of Pinky. She said, “I have lots of little rabbit friends, and none of them are vampires. I am not sure they would like a vampire hanging around.”
This is pretty much my favorite photo ever.
Jasmine actually gasped a little when she met Pinky. She had no idea what to think.
Ariel couldn’t stop laughing. She thought it was the funniest thing she had ever seen.
Here is where Jasmine was trying to convince Pinky that she was her favorite princess. Because, you know, she has a pet tiger, which is like a vampire. 🙂