They are Happy, Happy Nappers, and they love to play with you!
Yes, they do love to play all day with you. I was recently given the chance to review a Happy Napper. If you don’t know what they are, you can check them out here. My son went ecstatic when I showed it to him. He didn’t put it down the whole day. I know people may say my son is a bit too old for stuffed toys. Too old? Well, you know what I say to those people? “Would you like to check out my collection of stuffed animals? I have been collecting for 15 years now and they are such a joy to me that my mom and dad still buy me stuffed animals for holidays.”
Basically, a Happy Napper is a pillow as well as a toy. We were given the Dragon which turns into a Castle pillow. I love this toy because it’s actually a pillow. It lays flat, it looks cute on the bed, and my son can lay on it without hurting his neck like he does with his other stuff animals. My son loves the fact that when he wants to turn it into the dragon, he can ring the doorbell and the dragon will roar! And yes, he makes it roar at least 20 times a day. Maybe more, sometimes in the middle of the night when I hear him get up to the bathroom, I can hear the dragon roaring.
My only complaint with the Happy Napper is that my son unfolds it 50 times a day and then stuffs it back as a pillow or back as a dragon. Why does he do it so often? To entertain his baby brother who could really care less. Baby E only likes it because it roars but then again he is only 11 months. My older son just doesnt get that everyone doesnt like his new toy as much as he does.
Happy Nappers are sold online at Happynappers.com. They are $19.99 plus S&H. Thats an amazing price if you ask me. For the amount of time and love my son has spent on his Happy Napper in the past two weeks, I would gladly pay that and more. Its like a portable pet that doubles as a pillow. Its cute, cuddly, and fun so what could be wrong with that? Also, a portion of all Happy Napper proceeds will be given to the Home Sweet Home Fund benefiting the Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation.
There are all types of Happy Nappers. You can get a dragon, cow, ladybug, dog, unicorn, or a penguin. They each turn into a different type of pillow reflecting what ‘house’ your animal would live in.
This is my son dozing in the computer chair with his new favorite toy, his Dragon Happy Napper!