Whisked Away to Playtime

I have a new toy! If you’ve been here before, you might have noticed that I sometimes do product reviews for toys that I’m particularly fond of. Usually, mommy helps me with my reviews. She supplies the facts while I do the product testing. Then we put it all together along with my general impression of the product.

Only my favourite toys get this honour and today, a new toy is entering the ranks of this elite group. This review is a little bit different from my previous ones. I am reviewing this toy without mommy. This review is based only upon my own keen observations and my personal opinions.

Without further delay, let’s get started. My new toy is called a Whisk. One end is springy, and the other is long and smooth with a loop at the end. The Whisk doesn’t have much of a flavour and it doesn’t smell like anything, but it is shiny and very pretty.

Baby with a whisk

That’s me whisking.

The Whisk is wonderful for making music. You can hold the smooth side and bash the springy side on a hard surface. This makes a very interesting sound which I’m sure you’ll never get tired of. For variety, try bashing it against different things. Every bashed object makes the Whisk produce a different sound.

If you’re a more advanced Whisk player, you can hold the springy side and bash the smooth side. This makes a louder sound but holding the springy side is a bit more tricky. Beginners should stick with holding the smooth side until their Whisk handling skills improve.

I love playing with my Whisk but if I was to make any improvements, I would suggest that the smooth side could use a bit more pizzazz. Maybe if it had a face on it, or a button I could press. I like pressing buttons. This is a minor flaw and overall, it is still a pretty amazing toy.

The Whisk is made by the second kitchen drawer. As far as I can tell, it is free. The second kitchen drawer never seems to charge mommy any money. You should check your second kitchen drawer to see if it has a Whisk for you to play with.

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14 thoughts on “Whisked Away to Playtime

  1. Hi Peachy👋 it’s Purpose. Momma read this while I was nursing earlier and I got so excited about your new thingy. I wanted to tell you about my new thingy. It’s a silky just like my favorite one, but it make noises. I think the elephant on it ate a rattle or something. Momma laughs when I stare at it, but it’s not funny. It’s confusing. I am highly insulted at her humor. I’m glad my favorite silky didn’t eat a rattle. I like that one a lot more. Well, momma wants her phone back. You know mommas nowadays. Tata, Peachy! 👋

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    • Hello Purpose. Your new thingy sounds interesting. I like elephants and rattles. My best friend is a pink elephant and I love to be noisy, so rattles are right up my alley. If you’re patient with your new silky I’m sure you’ll grow to like just as much as your other one. Thanks for dropping by and I hope to see you again soon.

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    • The remote is a big hit at our house too. I once walked into the living room to find my husband watching the news in spanish. He does not speak spanish. When I asked what he was doing, he pointed to the baby as she waved the remote in the air and he simply told me, that’s what Peachy wanted to watch.


  2. 😀 Love this! Whisk had a friend called Wooden Spoon in our house. It makes a similar wonderful noise. Just be careful though…second kitchen drawer also make Scissors. They are not fun. 😉 #DreamandSparkle

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    • I recently discovered the silicone brush that also comes from the second drawer. It’s not as noisy but feels all wiggly and weird in my hand. I wonder what else is hiding in that drawer. Thanks for visiting.


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