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Casdon Morphy Richards Kettle & Toaster Review

When I was little I used to love playing in the Wendy house corner at school. It had everything you could possibly want and need to play house  – a bed, a baby, a kettle, a toaster and lots more. From what I remember it was always lots of fun. Fast forward lots of years and none of the boys are interested in playing with toys like this – I don’t think they ever really have so it’s a good job I have plenty of friends with children who enjoy playing make believe so that I can have a few afternoons playing too – after all who doesn’t like a “cup of tea and a homemade cake”.

A couple of weeks ago I called round at my friend’s house. She has two boys the same age as Nathan and James. She also has a little girl called Annie who has recently started school. It had been ages since I’d seen Annie so I took her the Casdon Morphy Richards Kettle & Toaster as a gift for being a big girl at school. She got straight to work making both me and her mum some tea and toast in her playhouse.

playing with a toaster and kettle

The kettle and toaster set is suitable for children aged three and over. It is accurately detailed so that they look like the real items and are scaled to size. They are the perfect size for little hands and are bound to provide hours of fun for any little one who likes pretend play.

The set would make a great Christmas present this year, it is priced at just £12.99. There are other items in the range available too.

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