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"I'm a little teapot short and stout . . . ."

How many of us remember that song from when we were kids? I know I do. That is why when I saw the Fisher-Price Musical Tea Set. I had to buy it for Madison. I can say I am happy to report that it is awesome. Granted, hearing the I’m a Little Teapot song gets a tad annoying after about hundred times in one day, it was still a great buy. First, I love it because it isn’t dainty. It can take a beating. There are no small parts that I have to worry about Will getting into. The set includes four cups, saucers and spoons, creamer, sugar bowl with lid, and everything fits on the tray for serving. The only part of this set that sings is the teapot. It makes a cute noise when you pretend to pour. If you press the top of the teapot, that is when the song starts. This is great addition to anyone’s toys.

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2 thoughts on “"I'm a little teapot short and stout . . . ."”

  1. Our kids received this tea set for Christmas this year. Our two year old enjoys preparing tea for us throughout the day. Thankfully, she does not press the button for the song that much. She enjoys the act of pouring tea in each cup a lot more. I second the vote for it being a quality toy.

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Lisa Martin

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