Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small and Sensory Toy giveaway

One thing I’ve loved being a parent is rediscovering much loved characters from my childhood to share with Monkey.  There are a number of classic characters who are as loved today as they were 40 plus years ago when I was little.  In fact, the best, are all actually older than me, I know that’s hard to believe, but it’s true.  One such character is the Dick Bruna classic Miffy, who is celebrating her 60th birthday this year.  To celebrate this achievement a new TV series will be launched on Tiny Pop from 2nd October called Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small. The series will be shown at 7pm.

Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small and Sensory Toy giveaway

Join Miffy and her friends in Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small and watch 52 episodes of friendly fun.  There are lessons to be learnt and new experiences to encounter.  I’ve seen a few sneak previews and it really is a lovely series, very much in keeping with the original books.

Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small and Sensory Toy giveaway

To celebrate the start of the Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small series on Tiny Pop this Friday, I have a lovely giveaway to offer you, that any Miffy fan is going to love.   This lovely Sensory Miffy has 14 sensors which children can press to hear what Miffy has to say.

Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small and Sensory Toy giveaway

Sensory Miffy is aimed at children aged 6 months and over and is perfect for little ones to learn about their bodies.  For a chance to win this lovely Sensory Miffy, just complete the Gleam form below – good luck! I have 5 to give away!


Terms and conditions:

(Please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step of this form is mandatory, all other steps are optional. Only one entry per person is allowed.

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once a winner is randomly picked, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact them, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.

The giveaway will close on 26th October 2015 at midnight.

Sensory Miffy Toy


About Over 40 and a Mum to One

A Mum with a 9 year old son, enjoying life and having fun as my son travels through school life. We love to get outdoors whenever possible and make the most of the world around us. We have a cat called Brewster who makes appearances and I’m a mad Ferrari Formula 1 fan, so that expect to hear about as each season unfolds. We love reviewing days out, toys, games and books and would love the opportunity to look at anything that fits in with our family lifestyle. We are always out and about and offering an insight on the places we visit, with a passion for nature thrown in for good measure. If you like what you read please leave me a comment, I love to hear from people, and always try to reply. Enjoy the read.

251 thoughts on “Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small and Sensory Toy giveaway

  1. Fireman sam because he had the same name as me but also apperently I was amazed how he used to come down the fireman’s pole and get his trousers on or something, I can’t remember it now

  2. Hello Kitty was my favourite, she was so cute. I’m so happy it is still popular now so I can buy Hello Kitty things for my daughters

  3. Without a doubt- it has to be PINGU!
    I absolutely adored it (secretly still might?!), cheeky adorable little penguin and his family and friends, getting up to mischief. Awww, getting all nostalgic now!
    I still have the dog-eared ‘Pingu Storytime’ book I had as a very tiny kid, which I love sharing with my tiny son too!

  4. Peppa Pig my daughter loves her shes loved the colours and storyline ever since she was a baby and now 16 months and loves it x

  5. My dad used to tell me that I loved Bagpuss but I don’t remember watching the show, lol. I do remember Watch with Mother and I loved Andy Pandy, he was just lovely 🙂 x

  6. There’s so many I hate to miss them all out but I loved Hartely Hare from Pipkins. He was a little bit annoying as I remember…just like me 😉

  7. Gordon the gopher, I loved watching him with Philip Schofield. I still love watching Philip and I still have my Gordon the gopher, all be it, without his squeak. Getting old now (Gordon, not Philip!)

  8. What was your favourite childrens character when you were a child and why? . . . . . . . .
    at the risk of giving my age away – Worzel Gummidge – he was so gormless

  9. My little pony was one of my favourites!Sorry, forgot to include why. I have always loved how they could fly and be free, plus my love of horses!

  10. I used to love Care Bears. Wasn’t so much one in particular…. just them all in general!
    I had Care Bear everything in my bedroom 😀 and then as I grew up if I was ever ill my mum would bring down the Care Bear duvet for me to snuggle up in!!

  11. Maya the bee, I’ve always been fascinated by bees, leading to me doing a spot of bee keeping before I had my kids, unfortunately I don’t have the time now ;-(

  12. As a child I loved “The magic Roundabout” and my favourite character was Ermentrude – an eyelash fluttering, talking cow

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  13. I used to love Thomas the tank engine and tom and jerry. My little boy and girl love Thomas now, I love how it’s naturally followed through

  14. As I’m a bit older (56) there weren’t cartoons when I was young,goodness,we didn’t even have colour TV’s !.The first one I can remember was Sooty from the sooty show and I have a photograph of me on holiday in Blackpool with a massive Sooty and Harry Corbett with his arm round me x

  15. when i was younger i used to love watching bagpuss it used to make me upset watching it but happy at the same time

  16. Torchy the Battery Boy was my favourite and I was allowed to go and see it on a neighbour’s tv as we only had BBC at that time. It was the highlight of my week. A special treat.

  17. Paddington Bear. I even had my own, which seemed to be made from some kind of foam rubber, and unfortunately, over time, I ate him.

  18. used to adore Rupert Bear, and still do, have some videos still with his stories, and Rupert Annuals, I was addicted, and my children, and now my grandchildren love him too!

  19. I loved Barnaby Bear which was on TV on a Saturday morning many years ago. He was so loveable and had great adventures

  20. I loved Rupert the bear when I was little. I think I must have loved him a lot because my bedroom was decorated with him and I still have the Rupert the bear scarf my mum bought me when I was four. I wore it everywhere and I never wanted to take it off. 🙂

  21. Rupart the bear. I had a ‘life sized’ teddy. The pull cord to make him talk had long since broke, but he still came everywhere with me.

  22. I loved Winnie the Pooh, the original books, not the Disney cartoons which weren’t around when I was small. Children’s TV was pretty dire in those days, but I was fond of Hammy Hamster from Tales of the Riverbank.

  23. The Wombles , my mum made me and my sister a life size cuddle toy before she died a year before when I was 7 . Still got him but it’s in the loft.

  24. Worzel Gummidge – strangely enough I sometimes think i’m beginning to look like him when the little ones have been climbing all over me all day! 😀

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