Toy Insider’s Chief Toy Officer Laurie Schacht joined Good Morning Connecticut to show off some of the best toys that shoppers of any budget can afford. For more on the items featured in this segment, check out the product notes below.
Kids can pull the sprouts to reveal either an accessory or a Blume baby with a removable swaddle and a color-changing diaper. Each sprout garden turns into a playset full of 25 surprises. There are three babies guaranteed in each set and 50 styles of babies in total.
Big sister character plush tuck in their little baby counterparts in colorful compact playsets in a range of styles. Tiny Tukkins Playsets include Big Sister and Baby plush animals, soft bedding for Big Sister, and a crib/play pen for Baby. The set also includes removable clothes for Big Sister, a removable diaper for Baby, and three play accessories.
Each partially blind package includes an exclusive Peppa Pig figure and three peel-and-reveal balloons filled with an exclusive surprise figure, a themed accessory, and a Golden surprise. There are four themes available, each with two figures and two accessories.
Inside each shimmering Winged House is a glittery Cry Babies Magic Tears doll. Feed them water with the bottle, squeeze their belly, and watch them cry colorful tears. Each comes with six glitter accessories and two additional accessories that match the doll’s personality. There are more than 12 dolls to collect.
This animal-themed playset includes two rabbits, two guinea pigs, a hutch, a seesaw that doubles as a ramp, a fence, and other accessories. It’s perfect for imaginative play.