As an official VIP Tick Tocketeer I get to review the most amazing little toys! I was so excited to get these in the mail. My 2-year-old loves these toys more than anything, and nothing is more adorable than hearing a 2-year-old scream in excitement ” TOMMY AND TULA” I love this cartoon and love to watch my daughter interact with it.
Here are the greatest pair in history! Ok maybe not, but they sure are in my 2-year-old’s world. These are some of the cutest plushes I have seen. They are bright and look just like the characters from the show. I love that their arms and legs are on little ropes to dangle around just like in the show. The hair is done in such a way that it gets messed up from time to time but thats kind of the fun part about these plushes. They are super cuddly and Mia love to hug them and share them with her siblings.
We love this Tallulah the most! She says all kinds of things and sings the show’s theme song. We like to keep the button on back set to try me so it keeps singing. There really isn’t anything plush on this doll, so hugs are not as nice, But still doable! Mia loves to hold her by the hands and dance around whole Tallulah sings to her. Again, I love the look of this doll. Too often you get toys that are supposed to look like the characters on the show, but they look nothing like them. These toys are pretty dead on. Mia knew who they were right away!
Seen daily on Nick Jr., Tickety Toc follows the everyday adventures of 6-year-old twins, Tommy and Tallulah, as they work to “chime the time” and keep everything running smoothly in Tickety Town. Traveling through the special Tickety Toc clock, where Tommy and Tallulah live, audiences enter a fantastical CGI world of eclectic characters and tag along on exciting escapades filled with slapstick surprises. Tommy and Tallulah’s strong “can do” spirit often produces an unanticipated outcome, but their individual approach to sticky situations and joint resourcefulness always shine through and save the day! Through the twins’ madcap adventures, Tickety Toc explores teamwork, social responsibility and problem solving – important concepts for preschoolers as they learn and grow.
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