Thursday, March 17, 2016

Saving Money as a Doctor for Stuffed Animals and Toys

My daughter wants to be a doctor. Specifically, a doctor for stuffed animals and toys. I'm sure that's familiar to any parent with Disney Jr and a child who loves TV at a specific time. I love when I bring her to the pediatrician and she amazes all the nurses with her knowledge of stethoscopes and checking heartbeats. She's given me HUNDREDS of shots over the last year or two, with a gleeful giggle each time.

For Christmas last year, we got her a great Doc McStuffins station, and lots of family got her more and more doctor's kits. It's great now that her little brother is a bit older, he loves to give check ups too. There are plenty of stethoscopes to go around so the fighting is minimal. For Halloween she was Doc McStuffins. We got her a costume to be a pet vet, and she went as that. It went great with her other Doc apparel. But sadly, her costume was ripped. She still has it, and wants to wear it often, but always notices the little rip in the leg of the pants. It wasn't made to last for longer than one play time, so it's been a struggle.




Enter, new labcoat! Although it's not pink and frilly, it has pockets! Kids love pockets. It's also much thicker fabric and better made. We sometimes add stickers to her new white lab coat so she can decorate it and love it a little more. At the end of the day I take all the stickers off and she creates something new the next day. 





























These coats come in several sizes, so you get a great fit regardless of your child's age. We received the 2-3 year old size, and it fits my daughter fantastically. It's huge on my son, who is a year younger than her and on the opposite size of the growth chart but I know he will fit into it later. I think it will definitely last until he's old enough to really appreciate it also.

Here's the kicker. You could spend $25 on a Doc McStuffins lab coat, or even more if you're spending that money at Target. OR, you could spend TEN DOLLARS on this gender neutral, sized lab coat that will last for more than just one playtime / holiday. With the money you save you could get your child a great doctor's kit to go with their new coat too! I'm all about saving money and getting the most bang for your buck.

I received this product in exchange for my honest review.


Beth Ann
Beth Ann

Beth Ann is a mom to 3 crazy hooligans, and a wife to one (mostly absent against his will) sailor.

5 comments:

  1. Very cute!! My nephews would love one of these to play hospitals in!

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  2. Super cute!! My son is a doctor for all of us in the house :) He loves it!! He totally doesn't like to dress up though so his dr kit is good enough for him ;)

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