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We are delighted to be offering you the chance to WIN 1 of 5 Kimochis… toys with feelings inside®

Feelings can be messy for even the most mature of adults, so it’s no wonder that children sometimes find it difficult to convey their emotions! As kids encounter big life experiences such as starting school, going away to camp without parents, or even experiencing bullying or feeling left out, emotions can be overwhelming as they struggle to identify, understand, express and control their feelings.One innovative strategy helping children to effectively manage and communicate their feelings is a range of multi-award winning toys known as Kimochis…Toys with Feelings Inside®.

Please note this competition is open from 3rd October 2013 until 3rd November 2013 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. K. DouganVIC
  2. B. SleapWA
  3. J. CoadyNSW
  4. C. PhilpQLD
  5. T. RobyNSW
  • huggtops my girls are very affectionate always hugging everyone in sight, love to give them something to hug instead of strangers who yell at them

  • Bianca loves hugs like Huggtopus. Bianca could choose a Kimochi plush feeling to show Alex after they fight. He doesn’t know yelling hurts someone’s feelings.

  • My daughter is just like Huggtopus. She is always happy, loud, giggling & just doesn’t know boundaries when it comes to giving hugs & kisses.

  • Cloud – I have a shy girl and getting a hold off a Kimochis might just help her feel more comfortable to stop hiding.

  • Like CLOVER miss 6 might sleep late, miss the bus, or forget your birthday but she’s funny and kind and always manages to get up and keep going!
    A real benefit to Kimochi would be having that ‘imaginary friend’ a visual figure in her life!

  • Bug – because he’s so wise and very thoughtful. Bug is such a lil hottie

  • the lady bug as its cute

  • My son knows what he wants, just like Cat, but doesn’t always have to words to express himself. A tactile, visual cue would help.

  • All lovable an d likeable characters difficult to make a choice

  • Bug because Coopers always been facinated by insects and now he could have one as a friend when going to bed at night

  • My daughter is like cat, loves milk, very decisive and certainly very persuasive! This prize would be a great way to teach her about feelings!

  • huggtopus loves hugs like all my kiddies do

  • My youngest is much like Huggtopus – always happy and giving hugs out freely. Would be a great toy to help express feelings

  • Lovey Dovey. My daughter’s generous, a great listener (except when asked to do chores) & is always helping other people. She’d love the feeling cushions.

  • I think mine are a mix of emotions, sometimes we go from one extreme to the next (very happy to crying and clingy)

  • Cat. Pets are wonderful in helping children but a toy would be even better. My daughter would have loved this when her cat died.

  • My son and daughter is most like bug. the bugi is the cutest ever.

  • Want them all so cute and cuddly

  • My son would love this as he is very sensitive & struggles to tell us how he is feeling. He also has a lot of ear trouble so would be great for him when he is going through ear infections.

  • Bella rose as my son struggles to express his feelings the right way and this I think would help as running out of ideas.

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