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01 Jul

What is too old for Giant stuffed animals

Childhood is a time for innocence, fun and play - lots and lots of playing. Playtime can consist of outdoor pursuits like sports such as basketball, softball catch or badminton. Other games such as tag, dodge-ball and hide-and-seek are also hugely popular with younger kids. In addition to outdoor games, many children enjoy playing indoors, whether it be with building blocks or board-games.

In addition to these play games, most kids will have toys and many plush toys at a young age. Giant Stuffed animals are not only cute, they can be incredibly fun for kids to play with. In fact, many plush characters even take on the role of a close and loving friend -- similar to the toy cowboy Woody in the Toy Story movies where Andy, the little boy, bonds with his toys.

Although giant plush characters really don't talk or move on their own, kids have fun by developing a persona for the toy during play-times. For instance, they use their own voice to not only make an animal sound, but also to make it talk and seemingly come to life.

Unfortunately, kids eventually grow up and there will come a time when the toys and play games are just a thing of the past.

Yet, many young and grown adults still hold on to their plushies and childhood toys. Consider the following tips below when debating just how old is too old for giant stuffed animals with friends and family.