The Original Whiffer Sniffers are now in Canada, exclusively at Toys-r-Us- review

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* Disclaimer / Disclosure: I received a free sample to facilitate my review. This post reflects my honest, personal opinion and experience with the product which may differ from yours. Product information courtesy of the sponsor. No monetary compensation was provided for this post.

My Thoughts-
The Original Whiffer Sniffers by Incredible Novelties Inc. are exclusively found at Toys“R”Us!

My kids love reviewing new and different toys. When we opened the box of Whiffer Sniffers they couldn’t wait to play with them and smell them. We could already smell them before we even opened each package. We received a Super Sniffer that was a French Toast and two Backback Clips, a blue berry and an apple. I’ll describe them below but if you want to know my kids’ true thoughts you can watch their video posted below.

IMG_5363The first smell we noticed was a cinnamon French toast smell. We discovered the smell came from a huggable stuffed French Toast named Frenchy. He’s part of the Series 1 collection. He smells so good. One day my kids accidentally left him on the floor behind the fan in my bedroom. I walked in to my room smelling so yummy. My oldest immediately claimed him as her own. Before she knew his name she wanted to call him Frenchy because he looked French and was French Toast. She loves that his nose is a pat of butter.

The two backpack clips were fruit. We have Adam Apple, from series 1 and Billy Bluesberry from series 2. Both have a slightly less stronger smell then the larger stuffie. My middle daughter thinks these are cute and loves their names. She also discovered that if she squeezed the stuffies they make it smell more.

These are such fun toys. I want the popcorn smelling one and coconut clip one for myself. And of course my kids want to collect them all. I don’t mind, it helps their rooms smell better and it’s a fun toy to play pretend with. My oldest daughter likes to try and talk in a French accent when playing with Frenchy.

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