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Fipps Brown Bear / Lazy Daisy Floppy Cow /Tender Teddy / Beatrice Bearbug / Hugh Ewe Review by Lisa BarthulyFirst & Main
250 Cortland Ave
Lombard IL 60148
I've seen some pretty adorable things cross my desk for review, but these little critters topped out the cute factor! First and Main has created some truly adorable stuffed critters, and what child doesn't have a certain beloved stuffed animal?
We reviewed several stuffed animals. Fipps and Tender Teddy are both well-constructed 9-inch brown bears. Hugh Ewe, the cutest lamb, wears a green organza bow and features corduroy paws with lavender heart paw pads. He is 6 inches tall--perfectly sized for wee ones! Lazy Daisy is the sweetest cow around--black and white so cuddly! Beatrice Bearbug was the most unique, with her lime green fur and pastel accents. This 9-inch bear has cute little wings and a bow tied on her head. Squeeze her and listen to her serenade you with "You Are My Sunshine."
We found all of the items we reviewed from First and Main to be very well constructed-- no pieces that could fall off and choke little ones. They were all soft and cuddly (like a stuffed best friend should be) and very cute!
The only reason you wouldn't want a new friend from First and Main is if you are not a stuffed animal person . . . and honestly, I am not. But these are just so adorable! My children love 'em!
Product review by Lisa Barthuly, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, LLC, November 2006