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SSHLUMPIE JORDAN FOX

$29.99
15 in stock
Curbside Pickup Available or home delivery on in-town orders*

Recommended for newborn to 3 years

 

This adorable Shy Little Fox Sshlumpie™ soft toy has been given the stamp of approval by babies everywhere! The irresistibly soft pastel orange materials and lightweight nature of this woodland-themed plush make it an ideal companion for infants. Parents will love its versatility and ability to fit snugly into small spaces when it’s time to head out for on-the-go fun. This lovable Fox features baby-safe embroidery and is 100% machine washable. His design is accented with satin lined ears and green piping around a pattern of playful birds and hedgehogs.

What is a Sshlumpie? Sshlumpies are deluxe blankie friends – a popular cuddle toys for infants. These soft baby blankets feature adorable faces and paws. At 19 inches long it is also a great size for a stroller, car seat or to tag-along on a trip!

 

  • This adorable Shy Little Fox Sshlumpie™ plush baby blanket by Douglas® is a cross between a cuddly baby blanket and a fox stuffed animal with no stuffing in the body.
  • His relaxed expression and snuggly soft body will engage and delight Baby's senses.
  • Satin accents and green piping around a playful woodland themed print add detail and fun to this lightweight, versatile lovey.
  • Embroidered facial features make this plush toy safe for infants.
  • Measures 19 inches long and is machine washable.
  • For 65 years, Douglas® has been making fine quality stuffed animals with unique gestures, endearing expressions and irresistible softness for children of all ages.
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