we recently went to mcdonald’s + guess what i saw when i went straight to their new happy meal toys display rack? these cool yet spooky scooby-doo happy meal toys! i think they are fun to play with. i particularly liked the monster hand + scurrying eyeball. mum said they were scary but i thought they were really cool! good thing she still agreed to get me one even if she is squeamish about it! 🙂
there are other spooky toys that complete this collection + that includes:
- scooby guard
- spooky treasure chest
- spooky story book
- spooky eye cup
these toys are just perfect for halloween, right? so which one’s your fave or which one are you likely to get the next time you visit your local mcdonald’s?
hello there boys + girls! it has been a very long, looong while since we last had a kids in doodles post + now that mum + i had a day’s off from our daily activity, thanks to the eid al adha holiday, we found the time to sit down + wrote this post! ^_^
for this week, let me tell you all about one of my favorite activities, especially during holidays, drawing + coloring. it was timely that mum dug up a number of coloring books from one of my boxes while she was doing some cleaning in the room yesterday. it meant additional stuff for me to color + more reason for me + my crayons to get busy! i thought this spongebob squarepants coloring + activity pad is way too cool! 😉
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