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Parents of children who worry are always looking for ways to help their children get rid of their worries and fears.

With the Worry Eaters plush toy, children can confide in their cuddly friend with their deepest worries and fears.  This helps children to (hopefully) feel more confident and open up to their parents.

Worry Eaters have a zippered mouth that opens up into a pouch.

Children can write their worries down and then zip up their worries – it’s like the Worry Eaters have “gobbled up” your child’s worry.

Remember to visit our CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE to see more great gift ideas and giveaways.  Scroll down to enter to win a large Biff Worry Eater.  Good luck!





CANADIAN Mommy Moment reader will WIN a large Biff Worry Eater!

To enter, leave a blog post comment telling us what your child worries about most.

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Remember to visit our CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE to see more great gift ideas and giveaways.


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Friday 12th of January 2018

I think he worries about new interactions with people and places!

Caryn Coates

Friday 12th of January 2018

My 6 year old has a language disability and lately she is always worried about going to school. Its definitely heartbreaking but we are coming up with a plan :)

Kim Tanti

Friday 12th of January 2018

My child worried most about being bullied.

Robin W

Monday 8th of January 2018

making a mistake

Jennifer Thornton

Saturday 6th of January 2018

Unfortunately both of my daughters take after their mother and are constant worriers :( . The biggest worries are death and separation from loved ones