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Being Silly with the Weebles

Grace is a silly kid. She giggles, jokes, and stumbles just to be funny.

And then she announces how funny she is, which sounds really strange coming from such a small person.

About a week ago, she saw a commercial for Weebles while watching tv with my dad. She was impressed. She was so impressed that she asked me to buy her some Weebles.

Little did she know, a huge box of Weebles toys were waiting at our home that very day.

When I agreed to review the Weebles toys, I was concerned that Grace might be too old for them. I knew that our January baby would love them before long, and I was excited to see the new version of my own beloved toys. But I wasn't sure that Grace would be interested.

I was so wrong.

As Joe and I unpacked the box, Grace grabbed every Weeble. Weebles wobble, but they don't fall down! she giggled, wiggling and wobbling and falling down.

She named all of the people. She noticed that they all had numbers on their backs.

She experimented. She figured out that they will right themselves when placed upside down. She tried over and over to knock them down.

She was never successful.

You know, because Weebles wobble but they don't fall down.

Then Grace and Joe got the music going in the musical treehouse.

And the dancing began.

This is a compensated review by BlogHer and Weebles.

If the embedded video doesn't work, you can view Grace and Joe dancing here.

I hope you watched the video. Those goofballs really made me laugh.

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31 thoughts on “Being Silly with the Weebles”

  1. I think the silliest thing Nate does is “drum”. Which is essentially bending at the waist, and drumming his arms madly. He also likes to “get the sillies out” by running in place and fast as he can, running up and down our hallway or just shaking around like a madman!

  2. My son is really a funny two year old. He does cute stuff all day and just cracks me up. HE LOVES Weebles. I got him two the other day and they are his new favorite toy,really! I am so excited about these giveaways.I hope I win.Thanks
    jacksoncrisman@yahoo.com

  3. we get silly when we put on music and dance around, especially to the soundtrack of the chipmunk adventure. woolly bully gets everyone going!

  4. When everything is going wrong and everyone starts getting upset, I start laughing. Pretty soon the kids start laughing too and we all feel better. Sometimes all you can do is laugh.

  5. We get silly with our kids by turning up the music and dancing together. They get so silly and it’s fun to watch them dance without a care in the world. It always leads to a lot of laughter 🙂

  6. We play hide and go seek with our dog, Marina. Ironically I may have taught her how to do tricks, my husband may be the one that cleans up her doodie from the back yard, but it was my three boys that taught her how to actually play hide and go seek.
    although, typical dog, she prefers to seek. 🙂
    crustybeef3@sbcglobal.net

  7. Sometimes we do backwards day & put our clothes on backwards. We try to do whatever possible backwards. Like eating breakfast at dinner time. Saying goodbye instead of hello.
    Thanks so much.

  8. we have dance contests- sometimes these are so funny that I am on the floor with tears pouring down my face- to this day we like to re-enact my daughter’s famous ‘wave’ dance of ’07.
    ape2016(at)aol(dot)com

  9. When my son was litlle he would always get silly when I would turn on the radio and I would start dancing! Then of course he would try to do like me,by jumping up and down!

  10. Being silly with my kids is easy. They love it when we change the rules to games we play regularly like CandyLand. Have you ever played it backwards…starting at the top of the board. 😉 Fun

  11. Being silly with my kids is easy. They love it when we change the rules to games we play regularly like CandyLand. Have you ever played it backwards…starting at the top of the board. 😉 Fun

  12. We get silly all the time. My 5 year old and 3 year old love to dance. I’ll put on some music and we will have a dance party at the drop of a hat.
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

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