Every now and then a new craze comes along that just takes off. I remember the Smurfs as a child. My parents really couldn’t understand the attraction, but to me they were the latest must have. There have been numerous card collectables in my own children’s childhood of which top gear trumps and trumps stand out the most. Who could forget loom bands, such a basic concept that spread like wildfire amongst kids with pocket money being spent each week on new packs. If you have a little girl age 4 plus watch out for the new craze set to sweep across the school playground this year. The Num Noms have come to town!
Num Noms in play
Think sweet smelling ice cream and playing grownups with lip gloss then combined these with a cute motorised toy and inter changeable tops and you have a Num Nom. I must say with my adult head on I couldn’t see the appeal, but I took ours out to show some of our holiday guests and they were an instant success.
It may have been a cold spring afternoon when the children were tired and hungry but the fascination of the Num Noms kept them playing and creating for nearly an hour. Their use of imagination and roll play was a joy to watch and it was a great way for the girls to make friends and play together too.
Suddenly I could see the appeal through a child’s eye and this is why I believe they really could be the new big craze.
The Num Nom Range
If you want to get ahead of the game and give your little girl a Num Nom treat this is the range available from all good toy shops and Tesco.
Win your Num Noms with Coombe Mill
We have both the starter ice cream pack and the cupcake starter pack as shown above available to giveaway to one lucky winner together with 2 mystery pots. A total value of £23.96 that will see you well on your way to an exciting new collection and hours of imaginative play. To be in with a chance of winning these exciting new ranges just follow the instructions below.
“Tales from the farmers wife” shares the funny and interesting happenings on our lovely holiday farm with Farmer Nick and our 6 children. A behind the scenes look on balancing family, farming, the holiday business and cooking for all.