We’re more than a little obsessed with PJ Masks at my house. In early fall, we went to Disney World for the first time, and I made the whole family costumes for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween party.
So when I went to the TTPM Holiday Showcase in October, Catboy, Owelette, and Gekko were the toys I was MOST excited to see. Finally! Just Play has made PJ Masks toys! They even had costumes for Halloween, which weren’t released until after I made our family’s getup. The whole line was so much fun, and the PJ Masks Deluxe Headquarters playset was my daughter’s favorite to play with. It was big, colorful, with an elevator and lots of opportunities to play out day-saving scenarios with the gang.
It’s not too surprising to me that we’re not alone in our love of this Disney Junior show. That playset has become really hard to find during the holidays, but there are still some third-party Amazon sellers who have them (at a hefty markup, unfortunately).
If you want to pick some smaller toys in time for the holidays this month, the PJ Masks vehicles are all still readily available and under $30 each. That line includes the Owelette Flyer, the Cat-Car, and the Gekko-Mobile.
And the Sing-and-Talk plush dolls are great, too! I’m not sure yet how much my daughter will cuddle these guys, but she does love that they talk.
The last toys we checked out were the PJ Masks costumes. Halloween has passed, so finding them might be a little hit or miss, but I still think these would be great in a dress-up box. Even though we have our homemade costumes, I’ve thrown all three in with my daughter’s cosplay so she can run around as different characters. They’re decent quality for store bought costumes, and sometimes it’s just fun to have the dress-up options on hand.
We’re going to have a very, merry PJ Masks holiday around here. I think any and all of these toys are great to give this year if your preschooler is as obsessed as mine.
These items were given to GeekMom for review purposes.