My Fairy Garden is one of those products that you see and you want so bad to buy, not for your little girl (though she’d love it) or your niece (who’d just go crazy over it) but to have for yourself. Only, we are supposed to be grownups. So of course I was super stoked to get to review this, to test for the kids of course. Can never be too cautious with what our little ones get their hands on. LOL I did enlist one of my lovely nieces to assist. Only because I needed her mature input. (Someone had to be the grownup, I was making a mess! Haha
My Fairy Garden is absolutely adorable. It comes with a cute little fairy to fly around the flowers when they grow, and even an area for her and her bunny to live when it’s too windy out. The whole adventure is wonderful in so many ways. There are so many lessons that they can teach about life, growth, imagination and many more. The conversation my niece had with me, um.. I had with my niece LOL was really great. So many opportunities to teach. We talked about beauty and growth, about how time can do so many things for us as people and so much more. Of course, we also talked about what we imagined the fairies did in the backyard.
In all honesty, My Fairy Garden is perfect for little girls to play with. My niece is 9 and she absolutely loved it. She had so much fun getting the dirt spread, planting the seeds and playing with the fairy and her accessories. We did decide we needed to get her some stones to go in it from outside. We’re patiently waiting for the beautiful flowers to grow! My only complaint would be about the wire that assists the fairy in flying as it doesn’t want to bend the way I want it and it’s impossible to get the fairy to stand up on her own. Both are minor complaints that my niece never picked up on.
From the Company
Kids and parents can celebrate the season of renewal with the perfect toy for young nurturers – My Fairy Garden from PlayMonster, a toy that’s a REAL, LIVE garden. My Fairy Garden gives kids a connection to nature and a sense of satisfaction at having nurtured a living thing. Children plant the quick-germinating seeds and care for their garden, all while setting up and playing with adorable fairies, woodland friends and accessories.