Christmas 2012 rolled around and I was debating what to get Nick. The new Disney Bounce Bounce Tigger was a popular item and I kept wondering if he would like it. He had two different toys that were somewhat like Tigger, and while he had enjoyed playing with them they didn’t hold much excitement for him by that time. Eventually I decided to buy it because Nick seemed to really like Tigger when he saw him in the store.
Our Thoughts on Bounce Bounce Tigger
I have to say that purchasing Bounce Bounce Tigger was a great decision. Nick has loved him since day one and he still loves to play with him. He asks to play with his Bouncy Tigger all the time. This winter it’s been an invaluable toy. With the extreme low temperatures that we’ve had all winter it has been far too cold to go outside and play, but Tigger helps keep Nick active! For reasons we don’t know Nick started playing with Tigger by running around him as Tigger sings a song. Nick thinks it’s hysterical and he has the best time. In fact he can happily do it for over 30 minutes! Usually by that point I try to redirect his attention though because I’m exhausted.
This video is from a year ago, but you can see how Nick plays with Tigger, and it will allow you to hear the song he sings. I’d love to have a video for you from now, but when Nick runs around his Bounce Bounce Tigger now he requires me to do it with him. Just imagine him running around him a lot faster and without stopping.
I must say that I’m very glad that I bought Bounce Bounce Tigger. Nick likes him so much, and it’s been a very useful toy this winter. I will say that Nick doesn’t care about any of the sayings that Tigger has. He just wants the song to play, but as long as he’s happy then I’m happy. I must say I’m impressed that over a year later Nick likes it as much as he first did. He quickly outgrows so many toys, so it’s nice to have one that he has liked for so long.
More Information About Bounce Bounce Tigger
Bounce Bounce Tigger is a way to bring Tigger to life for your little one. Tigger bounces around on his tail and moves his head. He sings the “Bounce, Bounce” song and has 16 fun phrases. Tigger requires 4 AA batteries to work, and they are included. You can make Tigger work by pushing his foot or the top of his head. Note that if your little one is like Nick and just wants to hear the song you can make it quickly come back on by pushing Tiggers head to hear one quick saying, then push his foot and the song will come right on. Otherwise you’ll have to keep pushing his foot to hear many of his sayings until you get to his song again.
Does your little one have a Bounce Bounce Tigger? Do they like it?