Baking, Arts & Crafts
Red & White
Lemon Drizzle Cupcakes
Elliot's story is about a little forest creature who isn't like the others. He's a softie at heart who enjoys being creative in the comfort of his own company. He often feels disconnected and misunderstood when he's playing with others, which leaves him frustrated when he doesn't fit in. With acceptance, he's learning to accept that his unique differences are what makes him special and he shouldn't feel pressured to fit inside a box.
Elliot comes with an "It's cool to be kind" backpack & an audiobook!
Elliot supports your child with:
- Kindness & Self-acceptance
- Acknowledging their need
- Sensory & situational overwhelm
- Embrace & celebrate your differences
- Finding ways to express yourself
Take me with you!
We love the Moodies!
Moodies are a great way to help navigate those big feelings with your little ones! They have been a great addition to my kids favorite cuddly toys! 10/10 recommend!!
Perfect! LAUV IT!
Firstly let me just say that the quality of this product is beyond my expectations. Likewise, I lauv the diversity of it not only being a book but also a pillow! Adult aren't the only ones with emotions, kids tend to struggle to express their emotions for several different reason, but nonetheless they are all valid. This book line could not have come at a better time aa this where we are all confined to our homes. Definitely a must have for every little one's book collection. My little one is 5.5 months and being so short and to the point with all the vibrant colors, it keeps him intrigued and he loves books. XoxofromAnne
Elliot is my son's best companion
My son is your typical pandemic baby. He gets so easily overwhelmed by new sounds, new faces and new environment. Having Elliot with him helps ease up some anxiety. We bring Elliot everywhere and whenever he gets overwhelmed, we sit down and read the story book at the back about how Elliot conquered this big emotion. It really helps calm him down. I highly recommend this to every parent because these new big emotions are not something to be shoved to the side. :)