Dreamtopia is a series set in a magical make-believe world created by Chelsea, Barbie’s six year old youngest sister. Like many girls, Chelsea really looks up to her sister, and every adventure features Barbie as either a princess, a fairy, or a mermaid from a different land that guides Chelsea and her young pup Honey on a new experience.
This series looks magical and fun and just like something my children would enjoy. The new Dreamtopia Barbie movie special airs on Tiny Pop 23rd July at 4pm with a catch up on Sunday 24th July at 9am. It follows Barbie, her younger sister Chelsea and her pup Honey on a magical new adventure, telling the origins story of the land of Dreamtopia!
Dreamtopia is a land where if you can imagine it, it can happen with everything from an edible lollipop forest full of cute happy pets. Or perhaps ride the tallest roller coaster up in the sky on a rainbow.
Why not check out this trailer below?
The film looks fun, full of exciting adventures where dreams come true, perfect for any young Barbie fans. We can’t wait to watch the full length this weekend – will you be watching it too?
Miffy is an absolute classic in this house, a character I’ve loved as long as I remember, and one that my children haved loved from birth with their cudldy Miffy’s, Miffy blankets and such like.
We’ve had a Miffy dvd for the last few years that we watch regularly, but how excited were we to discover a new series of Miffy on one of my children’s favourite tv channels – Tiny POP! On at 7pm each evening you can catch two episodes of Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small.
Last night we watched an episode about Miffy playing hide and seek with her dog friend Snuffy. It was a really cute episode and what we like about the programmes are that they are easy to watch, simple to understand and really fun viewing. Accompanied by music the programmes are a pleasure which even I enjoy. With simplistic illlustrations it’s easy to catch up with what’s going on and both my children aged 5 and 7 are glued to it. My children tend to bath, come down in their pyjamas and watch Miffy with a hot chocolate before heading back up to bed for a story and sleep.
As well as the TV series, there are endless number of Miffy items available, all of which look so cute and appealing, including this fabulous sensory Miffy.
I have one of these sensory Miffy toys suitable from 6 months+, to giveaway to one lucky reader!
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