(Sponsored, but completely honest. See full disclaimer at the end of this post)
If you live here in the States, I bet you haven’t heard of Brobo before. That is because Brobo and his friends are just coming to the American Market and still quite new to the Canadian market. However, Brobo and his buddies just might be what your child needs. Why? One word: Light!
Do your kids need help to be brave in the dark? Brobo and his friends are the perfect solution for anyone who is afraid of the dark. And they are so adorable. First started as funny cartoon sketches, these 5 robot friends are “the light force” from the future.”
Most of the night lights I’ve seen in the stores are for the older kids, but this toy is great for the kids 18 months+. My 3-year old is a great active kid, but I have to be very careful with the things that end up in his hands, because he will chew it. He probably needs to learn to read, so he knows he passed THAT and is over the “has small parts. Do not give to kids under 3 yo” AGE, but so far I just have to chase him and pick up bits and pieces of different toys. That is the reason I can’t let him have older kids night-light. I can’t give him the ones designed for the babies either, because he will trash it (at his age he is very handy and more technical than me). When I saw Keji toys at the Chicago Toy and Game Fair, I just had to have it. We have Dog in the house for 3 weeks and it looks like he just came from the store.
Meet the crew: there are 5 Keiji Toys:
To turn the light on, you have to activate the element. It is easy – rub the dog’s tail against his belly. The light will stay on for 5 minutes. If my son needs it again, he can easily turn it back on, but I won’t have to worry about wasted batteries, because it won’t stay on all night.
Great uses of Keji Toys:
- Bring some light to the lower level of bunk bed
My son is on the bottom of the bunk bed. Not too much light there and safe lighting option comes quite handy
- Chase monsters away
My daughter often asks me to keep the door open or keep the light on. Brave toy like this can help to chase monsters away. Too bad my kids are not that great at sharing, so two toys are needed.
- Have a good shiny friend nearby
If all your child needs is a friend nearby to read stories and share secrets with, either keji toy will be happy to do the job.
My next project is trying to get cute girl PEP for my daughter, because she is just so adorable and my daughter wants it. This might be tricky, because they are in high demand (I am not kidding), but I will share with you when I do get my hands on it.