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A Whale of a Time on the Little Tike'??s Whale Teeter Totter

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I just added a new member to our household, the classic Whale Teeter Totter from Little Tikes, and my two girls (two-years-old and four-years-old) have been having a whale of time! I love this whale, perhaps even more than them. This is the first toy they don'??t have to fight over since they can ride it at the same time.

Yes, he'??s big and plastic, but cute in a big whale way. At three and a half feet, it'??s not, actually, that big. (The Little Tikes Alligator is bigger and fits four.) The whale comfortably fits three kids, but isn'??t too big for one kid to ride on his own. I like the whale's green color and the bright, yellow handles. If you don't have a backyard, he would look just dandy in a playroom.

Truth be told, it'??s been raining since we got our whale so, he'??s sitting on the family room rug. I think he'??ll enjoy the backyard more once the weather clears up.

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Get the Classic Whale Teeter Totter at Little Tikes or on Amazon ($35.99). He'??s on sale and ready to move in to your house!

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