Earlier this year, my toddler got into watching Paw Patrol. Now I’m not sure how or why, but absolutely loves this show. If you aren’t familiar with it, Paw Patrol is a group of 6 (expanded to 8 on occasion) dogs lead by Ryder- a tech savvy 10 year old. The heroic pups, who believe “no job is too big, no pup is too small,” work together to protect the community – Adventure Bay. It’s also one of the few kids shows that I don’t mind watching with her.
Squeaker’s favorites are Marshall, Everest, and Skye. We were going to do a Marshall costume for Halloween but it didn’t quite pan out.
She also helped me put together this ultimate Paw Patrol gift idea guide – I think she had more fun putting together this one than she did the Doc McStuffins guide.
Paw Patrol Book Gift Ideas
Squeaker’s home library is growing nicely and though she may not have been so interested in this particular section of the guide; this was my favorite to work on. From beginning readers to reading on her own, these Paw Patrol books would be a great addition to our home.
Paw Patrol Toy Gift Ideas
Quite easily the most favorite part of guide for her! She does have Ryder’s Pup Pad and several of the stuffed Paw Patrol figures. And by several, I mean she has multiples of Marshall- in addition to all of the regular pups. I think the only one she’s missing (for now) is Tracker. For Christmas, she is getting the Interactive rug and eventually we’ll add in the Paw Patroller and the Air Patroller.
Paw Patrol Clothing Gift Ideas
Two of Squeaker’s favorite pajamas are Paw Patrol themed. In fact, over the summer, it’s all she would wear. She loves her Paw Patrol pajamas and I think the Paw Patrol girls underwear might be the incentive she needs to potty train.
Paw Patrol Movie Gift Ideas
While she’s quite happy to watch the tv show, I’ve also subscribed/purchased a few of the shows on YouTube. I’d also like to get her a few DVDs just in case and maybe some of the seasons on Prime.
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