Apr 22

Worry Eater Review & Giveaway

Worry Eaters help children calm their fears with this stuffed friend that eats their worries away.

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Worry Eaters are plush friends that has a zipper mouth. Your child can write their worry on a piece of paper and insert it in the pocket and zip it up. This is a great product for children that have a hard time expressing their feelings to their family.

There are a few different friends to pick from. For the purpose of my review I received Wanda. Wanda is 13″ tall.

Why I love the Worry Eaters:

We often forget that children have worries, not just adults. Unfortunately children do not always have the proper skills to voice their worries out loud to their parents. Sometimes they are embarrassed by them and want to keep them secret. In either case, Worry Eaters are more than just a toy. It’s a very important and helpful coping tool.

I could not of received the Wanda Worry Eater at a more perfect time. I gave this to my 11 year old niece. My niece is the middle child of 3 children. She lives with her grandparents along with her 2 sisters and parents. Unfortunately right now her grandmother is very sick and it could be fatal.

The Haywire Group has been named the North American distributor for these adorable characters, the Worry Eaters.

The line of Worry Eaters was launched to retail buyers in February at Toy Fair 2015 in New York City. Eight different characters in two different sizes were introduced in 2015 with retail prices of $22.99 for the large and $15.99 for the small one.

I like to think of the Worry Eaters as a new modern twist to a diary. You can carry this plush friend with you everywhere and no one is the wiser to what is in the zipper part. If your child suffers from anxiety or just needs a hug, their Worry Eater is right there to give that much needed hug. I’m an adult that suffers from anxiety and I have some plush friends I love to cuddle with when things get tough.

Worry Eaters are great for children and adults alike.

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Enter to win your own Worry Eater. Giveaway runs from midnight EST April 22nd to midnight EST May 6, 2016. Open to US residents only.

~Sweepstakes Rules~

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About the author


Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com


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  1. Deb E

    Ha, ha, I looked at these last night and fell in love with the large Enno. I’d love to have him and stuff him full of my worries! These are very cute.

  2. Justin Sparks

    I cant decide between Polli and Betti…either way I think my daughter Dreama would love either one. This would be great for her as well as I recently just got custody of her and things are difficult and confusing for her.

  3. Kimberly O

    These are a fantastic idea! I love Pomm. Thanks!

  4. Gracie Kahl

    I like Saggo the best!

  5. tiffany dayton

    I think Polli-large.

  6. LaTanya

    Saggo – Small

  7. Tara Darity

    I like the betti doll!

  8. Stacie H

    I like Pomm the best! 🙂

  9. xty cruz

    I like the Schnulli -12.6″ tall

  10. doug gerard

    I’d like a POLLi (large) I’M a big worrin’ kid and I need the de-luxe size!

  11. Christina G.

    I’d like to win the Saggo-Large. Thanks for the giveaway!

  12. Paol Trenny

    I like Flint – 13″ tall.

  13. Kimberly G

    I would like the Schnulli -12.6″ tall

  14. Michelle Ward

    I would like to have Biff tall.

  15. meghan b

    Polli-large is cute 🙂

  16. charlene

    I think ,y niece would like Frula the best

  17. Nicole Sender

    I like Saggo! They are all so cute!

  18. michelle jacobsen

    This is a truly great idea for young children.

  19. ken ohl

    I love Saggo my little niece would love this

  20. Denise Morse

    I like Wanda

  21. Sarah Oswald

    I like Bill the best maybe its because its my husband and sons nickname.

  22. Kristen

    I’d like to win Flamm.

  23. Rosanne

    I like Flint large or small would be good

  24. Laura

    I like the Flamm worry eater the best.

  25. Francine Anchondo

    I like pomm

  26. Laurie Nykaza

    schnulli-large is so cute love the way it looks so sweet

  27. Aubrey

    I like the small saggo.

  28. Robin Abrams

    I would like the Schnulli -12.6″ tall

  29. Erica B.

    I like Betti.

  30. susan smoaks

    i would like the saggo.

  31. Corey Olomon

    Polli-large is so cute.

  32. Trisha McKee

    Saggo is my favorite! Love love love the idea.

  33. Kristen Patton

    I like Flamm!! These are adorable <3

  34. Sherry Compton

    I like Frula.

  35. Megan C

    I want the Pomm – 11.4” Tall. She is too cute with her long ears.

  36. liz l

    Enno – 8.3″ tall

  37. Laurie Emerson

    I would like to win Wanda.

  38. Jan Lee

    My great niece would like Betti (but only because she’s pink, lol) My great nephew would like Enno because he reminds him of a dog, lol 🙂

  39. Jan Lee

    Not that it really matters but the link to Pinterest for Worry Eaters was incorrect. The correct link is:https://www.pinterest.com/haywiregroup/worry-eaters/ and for the Haywire group, it’s: https://www.pinterest.com/haywiregroup/

  40. james jenkins

    Pomm has prom(ise)!

  41. Jen Reed

    I really like Saggo Worry Eater the best.

  42. Tosha H

    I like the Flint doll, thank you

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