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Oct 21, 2014

Worry Woo to the Rescue @WorryWooMonster #giveaway {ends /1/22}

Disclosure: I have received free product in exchange for this promotional post.  All opinions are genuine and my own.  Your experience may differ.

Three children, three very different personalities.  My middle child, Rosa, and my oldest, Damian, are very strong willed children.  My youngest, Carlyn, is much more easy going.  I could ask Rosa, "Do you want to wear a sweater or coat outside?" and the decision becomes an issue, the answer might be, "I don't want to go outside."  Whereas Carlyn would just say, "okay" or she will pick one.

Decisions are not easy for Rosa.  So when I got the opportunity to review the Worry Woo Monsters, Fuddle was the obvious choice for us.  We received a Fuddle Plushie, the flighty Monster of Confusion can never make up her mind, "The Monster Who Couldn't Decide" book and the Parent Guide "Helping Young Worriers Beat the Worrybug."

Fuddle - The Monster Who Couldn't Decide
Just a few of our books. 
The girls both love the plushie.  They take turns sleeping with Fuddle each night and quite often the plushie goes out for our daily adventures with us.

The book is chosen at bedtime a few times a week.  (We let each girl pick out three books to read each evening before bed.)  Which is impressive, since there is a lot of competition.

From the Worry Woo Website:
Fuddle, the flighty Monster of Confusion can never make up her mind. It’s as though you can see her thinking aloud; Do...Don’t... Up... Down ...Yes…No. She’s so confused about making decisions. All she needs is a pat on the back and a few positive words. Wouldn’t you like to whisper in her ear “Go for it"?


The book is beautifully illustrated and the story is fantastic.  Fuddle is faced with decision upon decision.  She gets anxious about choosing, and decides not to decide at all (hmm, sound familiar?).  But by the end of the book she realizes that she will have time to make many choices and will have more fun if she just relaxes and picks an option.




Fuddle is just one of the many great Monsters who can help your children with their WorryBugs, there is: 
Wince, The Monster of Worry 
Nola, The Monster of Loneliness 
Rue, The Monster of Insecurity
Squeek, The Monster of Innocence 
Fuddle, The Monster of Confusion 
Twitch, The Monster of Frustration 
& The WorryBug 

I love the whole series and will probably put a few of these on our Christmas Wish list for the girls this year.  

Which Worry Woo Would you like for your child?

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11 comments :

  1. Seems like a really cute book series.

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  2. This is such an amazing idea to help children with anxiety! I love that it's local too!

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  3. How cute! I bet my girls would have enjoyed this.

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  4. What a cute looking book and plush. I bet my little one would love them both.

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  5. i think my boys would like Squeek, The Monster of Innocence

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  6. I think my grandson would love Twitch, The Monster of Frustration.

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  8. My son would love Squeek, The Monster of Innocence,
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  9. My grandson would like Twitch, The Monster of Frustration.
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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