Peter rabbit hop with me: review

I have such fond memories of Peter rabbit from when I was a child. I remember my parents reading me stories from the Beatrix potter range before bedtime . So when I was offered the opportunity to review the Peter rabbit Hop with me plush I was so excited. Especially as we had not long ago found out that Peter Rabbit and his friends have a Telly programme which Ava loves . To which I already I know all the words to the intro song !

As soon as our Peter Rabbit arrived Ava was so excited, that excited she pulled open the packaging before I even had a chance to get my phone out to take a picture for you . (Sorry bad blogger moment)

The peter rabbit itself is surprisingly big at 40cm tall. His adorable ears wiggle and he says 5 different phrases with just a simple touch of his hand. Not only does he talk and wiggle his ears but like the name suggests he hops. Which Ava found hilarious and tried to copy him.

Ava also enjoyed trying to take his little jacket on and off which was adorable. I just know I’m going to end up with a naked Peter rabbit soon !

Peter rabbit

Ava hasn’t let Peter go since having him she has even taken him to bed bless her . I was a little freaked out the other night when I could hear him talking and then a few minutes later Ava did talk back to him. The peter rabbit hop with me toy has definitely been a winner in our house

Peter Rabbit is a lovable bunny and this plush jumping rabbit will make the perfect toy for any peter rabbit fans out there !
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122 Replies to “Peter rabbit hop with me: review”

  1. I loved my My Little Ponies – I had the Show Stable!

    1. That sounds amazing ! X

  2. Angela treadway says: Reply

    A little mermaid doll x

    1. Bless I didn’t really do Disney dolls was more a barbie girl x

  3. nolene oneill says: Reply

    My Strawberry shortcake doll was my favourite, she smelt like real strawberries

    1. I remember those they smelt amazing x

  4. fiona waterworth says: Reply

    I loved my ragdoll but it was not as big as this

    1. That sounds adorable x

  5. I loved Playmobil

  6. As a child I enjoyed the tv programme Andy Pandy.

  7. Postman Pat.

  8. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    Rosie and Jim was my favourite TV show, I even named my two rabbits after them lol xxx

  9. I can’t remember the show itself but I do remember my favourite programme was Hector’s House

  10. laura stewart says: Reply

    byker grove!

  11. joanna butler-savage says: Reply

    grange hill

  12. Nicola Marshall says: Reply

    I loved playing with barbies and liked watching why don’t you!

  13. I loved Polly pocket

  14. Jackie Dawson says: Reply

    I loved Care Bears

  15. Nigel Soulsby says: Reply

    First Grandchild on the way,what a great prize to give him/her

  16. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved my Polly pocket necklaces xx

  17. Laura Pritchard says: Reply

    I love watching The Raccoons!

  18. Glen Micheal’s Cartoon Cavalcade :- Loved watching it on a Sunday with the family. Loved Caspar the friendly ghost cartoons.

  19. i used to love the care bears i had sunshine bear

  20. Anthony Harrington says: Reply

    I loved The Pink Panther Show!

  21. Andrea Fletcher says: Reply

    I liked the Wombles.

  22. I was always a huge fan of Thomas the Tank Engine but these days my niece makes me watch My Little Pony and Transformers Battle Bots with her!

  23. Emma Whitworth says: Reply

    I used to love watching Barney or tots TV!

  24. Angie McDonald says: Reply

    I loved Noddy!

  25. Michelle smith says: Reply


  26. My Tiny Tears doll.

  27. Deborah Mackenzie says: Reply

    I had a blue and white pj dog that I loved

  28. Polly pocket!

  29. I loved Barbies!

  30. I loved my baby walking doll as a child, I think she was called Tippy Toes.

  31. Michaela Campbell says: Reply

    I loved Sylvanian Families. I had loads of them!

  32. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved my baby born doll xxx

  33. Niki Marie Wardle says: Reply

    I love My Little Pony as a kid and now my youngest daughter is obsessed with the updated version which is so much cooler!

  34. Hannah Wallington says: Reply

    I loved postman pat

  35. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved my Barbie dolls and house xxx

  36. Loved Watching Byker Grove!

  37. Anthony Harrington says: Reply

    I also loved Dougal from The Magic Roundabout

  38. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved watching Tracy Beaker xxx

  39. my tiny tears doll and my little pony.

  40. Danielle Spencer says: Reply

    I loved my Sylvanian families.

  41. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved watching the queens nose, she had a magic 50p and could make wishes every time she rubbed it xXx

  42. I loved tots tv!

  43. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved my boy and girl tiny tears dolls, they were named Jack and Jessica xxx

  44. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved watching chuckle vision, to me to you xXx

  45. Carrie-Anne Brown says: Reply

    I loved the small polly pocket toys that came with different shaped houses 🙂

  46. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved my trolls xXx

  47. Crystal Carrington says: Reply

    My favourite games as a child were all the playground games; Skipping, British Bulldog and Oranges and Lemons

  48. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    Pokemon cards, pickachu was my favourite xXx

  49. Arabella Bazley says: Reply

    I always remember spending many happy hours at the top of the stairs with a box of coloured bricks and yellow ones were bread, white ones were milk and so on and everytime my mother passed me I sold her something!

  50. Sally Collingwood says: Reply

    Had a little dog I loved.

  51. I loved watching The Clangers as a child

  52. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved the film grease when I was younger xXx

  53. Arabella Bazley says: Reply

    We used to have a pile of building bricks in the garden which we would fashion into all sorts of probably very dangerous dens but it provided years of games and fun and pretend play for us.

  54. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    Bikers grove was a favourite of mine xXx

  55. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    Hey Arthur I loved to watch xXx

  56. I’ll think of something different every day, so many favourites. TV – Bagpuss. I loved watching that with my Mum. And I really loved it when it was repeated when my daughter was tiny too, lovely to see it again.

  57. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved my inline skates, I’d probably fall straight on my bum if I tried now xXx

  58. I loved carebears

  59. my favourite was rainbow x

  60. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I enjoyed watching blue peter xXx

  61. I loved my little pony

  62. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved bodge and badger xXx

  63. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved my play dough sets xXx

  64. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    Dick and Dom in the bungalow was funny on the weekends xXx

  65. I would love to win this for my daughter xx

  66. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved the get your own back TV show xXx

  67. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I loved my little ponies, and now my daughter has them too xXx

  68. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    I also loved Art Attack xXx

  69. Charlotte Carter-Dunn says: Reply

    I loved Blue’s clues!!

  70. Kayleigh Watkins says: Reply

    Sabrina the teenage witch xXx

  71. Michelle Ferguson says: Reply

    I loved to watch the Smurfs

  72. My He-Man action figure.

  73. i loved my glo bright and my furby, used to love watching Art attack and Goosebumps

  74. I really loved my star trek figure toys!

  75. ADEINNE TONNER says: Reply

    I think it would have to be my little pony.

  76. Michelle Ferguson says: Reply

    I loved my playmobil

  77. Favourite toy. This is a tricky one, I really don’t remember. I enjoyed lego, but I spent most of my time reading. Everything from classics like What Katy Did, Enid Blyton to the Dark is rising series. I read so much so do books count?

    1. Of course books count my daughter loves her story books and will pick them over many toys x

  78. I loved Rosy and Jim!

  79. Christina Palmer says: Reply

    I loved watching The Clangers as a child

  80. Scooby doo

  81. My favourite toy was a Little Tuppence doll and my favourite programme was an American cartoon called Gigantor.

  82. Samantha Atherton says: Reply

    My favorite TV show when I was little was Ewoks, my dad taped all the episodes and I used to just watch them over and over again. Funny thing is I didn’t realise Ewoks had anything to do with Star Wars until I was 16 and watched the movies.

  83. I loved my Pippa Dolls and all their accessories – i even had a pony for her

  84. I had a teddy called Pink that went everywhere with me.

  85. Anthea Holloway says: Reply

    Rupert Bear!

  86. I loved the queens nose when I was younger.. and also had an ET teddy he freaked everyone out but I loved him x

  87. I had a panda teddy that i use to sleep with everynight from about the age of 3 to 16

  88. My favourite as a child was bugs bunny x

  89. My Teddy Bear

  90. my favourite childhood toy was a little puppy, I wasn’t allowed animals so my teddies were my pets

  91. A dolls house

  92. Action Man and teenage mutant hero turtles

  93. Nicola-Jane Phipps says: Reply

    Roland Rat! Showing my age 😉 xx

  94. Playing Operation with my cousins and brothers.

  95. Loved Noddy.

  96. natalee gosiewski says: Reply

    gem and the hollowgrams and thunder cats

  97. I loved playing with Lego and watching Care Bears!

  98. We loved the dolls house that our dad made

  99. I loved Polly pockets they were amazing ‍❤️‍

  100. I always loved Thomas the Tank Engine and I loved collecting Trolls

  101. christine westlake says: Reply

    loved my dolls and red pedal car

  102. I liked watching Jamie and the Magic Torch

  103. I loved my speak and spell!

  104. Miss Tracy Hanson says: Reply

    I have two favourite toys. Rags a dog which was made from scraps of material from where my Grandma worked and she was allowed to take enough home to make him or they were going to be thrown. I’ve had him since I was 6 months old (many moons ago) and the only thing that’s wrong with him is the fact that his red collar is slightly worn and faded.

    My other favourite from childhood and I am sure she’s in the attic, was a doll which if you held her hand she would walk with you. She was named Rosemary after the lady who used to babysit us and still lives 2 streets away.

  105. Jacko my monkey!

  106. Playschool – no-one ever knows what I am talking about though lol

  107. i loved my tiny tears

  108. Pram and doll.

  109. Orville the duck puppet

  110. I had a pig teddy with a zipped up belly that had three little piglets that went inside! I loved it!

  111. Kirsty Medhurst says: Reply

    My sylvanian families

  112. I used to have a Pogo stick. I spent hours on it trying to be my best score of jumping, loved it

  113. I loved Playmobil and my bike.

  114. I loved my My Little Ponies, I had the large stable, and the nursery.

  115. Rainbow Brite, The Raccoons and david the gnome were my favourite childrens programs

  116. I loved my barbie dolls xxx

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