As Monkey had his Nativity play performances last week, we were asked to help the children get into their costumes each morning as we arrived at school. I didn’t mind doing that, but it meant I missed a very special Royal Mail delivery on Monkey’s birthday. Normally I can collect from our sorting office 4 hours after a failed delivery, but being December it’s now 24 hours. As soon as I saw the card I knew exactly what the parcel would be. I’d planned for a house full of Monkey’s with Balloon Baboon.
I kept quiet, and on Wednesday last week I raced off to the sorting office as soon as I’d dropped Monkey off at Nursery School. Look what was waiting for me.
How cute are these balloon Monkey’s. I couldn’t wait to see Monkey’s reaction to these little cuties.
I’ve had a house full of Monkey’s with Balloon Baboon for the last week. My Monkey has insisted that his new friends sleep on his bedside table every night and come down to breakfast in the morning with us. They even helped out with our Pirate themed party last Friday. Now a week on, they are starting to deflate slightly, but he still loves them. I’m rather dreading the day that we have to say goodbye!
Balloon Baboon make all sorts of balloon sculptures from animals to a bouquet of flowers as reviewed recently by Tami over at Mummy of Two and Anna at In the Playroom. Balloon Baboon also have a helium balloon division and Eileen at ET Speaks from Home surprised her son recently. Our Monkey in a Palm Tree costs from £16.45 and you have the option to add extra balloons with different messages to your surprise package.
I’ve been really impressed with our House full of Monkey’s with Balloon Baboon, and I’d certainly recommend the company.
disclaimer: we were sent this item for the purpose of review, our comments however, remain our own honest opinions.