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Play idea~ shopkins delivery truck

Christmas just pasted and that means new toys. Santa tries to get new toys that can go with old toys to make things fun.  We did a shopkins review awhile back and my kids have been hooked on them. So what a great way to extended play time then to add a delivery truck!  Wegmans is a store around here that we go to every pay to get our groceries and more. With fresh and new things daily we love it. 
This was our Wegmans truck getting loaded with shopkins to get dropped off to a family.

We fit 27 shopkins with bags and had room for more. (we ran out of bags :(

Heading to a house of a local pig. (peppa pig!) 
With lights on, off we went~

Dropping everything off, Peppa was happy to finally get everything she needed. 

It was a fun play time, and all we did was add a "new" truck to "old" toys. 

What did your kid/kids get for holiday season this year?   


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