I’m also amazed at how different the girls are and yet how much they are also alike!
Grownup Girl has some diverse passions — she loves long distance running, Doctor Who, comic books and spending time with Little One and Miss Eight!
Miss Eight loves sports as well, but she is more interested in team sports such as soccer (though she is interested in participating in a “Try a Tri” this summer). She loves Monster High, Bratz, earrings and her iPod touch!
Little One is probably the most mellow of the group. She loves kissing and cuddling, having her hair braided and Lalaloopsy!
With all their differences, all of the girls love school, reading and spending time together (though that, of course, varies by the day!).
Just like the girls, Kinder has delivered another collection of toys that are remarkably unique. The Kinder Surprise Pink, with over 30 new toys inside, offers a diverse set of toys. And, the girls being diverse themselves, have different favourites!
Little One loves any of the toys but became particularly enamoured with this ring (she is a huge fan of purple!) . She loves the toys so much, in fact, that she pulls apart the Kinder eggs and gets out the toy even before she eats the chocolate!
Miss Eight, on the other hand, loves to eat the chocolate first! After that, she’ll get out her toy and show it off to everyone! Her favourite? The different animals, like the bunny she got the other day!
And Grownup Girl loves the chocolate and always shares her toys with the other girls — today I overheard a conversation where Little One was talking about how much they both love Kinder toys (which made me smile!).
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Disclosure: I’m part of the KINDER® Mom program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are (as always!) my own.