Are your kids obsessed with PJ Masks too?

Inside: Review of the PJ Masks Turbo Blast Racers

PJ Masks, P-P-PJ Masks. PJ Masks, P-P-PJ Masks…

Anyone else find themselves singing the PJ Masks theme tune to themselves every day? (If you weren’t, you will be now… you’re welcome…)

My girls are completely obsessed with them and actually they went to a PJ Masks themed birthday party recently. They were all given masks and capes to wear and it was, therefore, the best. party. ever!

The girls have assigned themselves characters, with Gracie being Owlette, Lils being Gekko and Wills being Cat Boy. The three of them race around the house in their capes and are just the cutest!

When we were asked to take a look at the new PJ Masks Turbo Blast Racers I knew they would be a hit. The girls are really into small-world play and so having their favourite characters to race around with would make their day.

With the characters each being sold separately, we were sent Owlette and Cat Boy – I am keeping my eyes out for Gekko to complete the set.

The figures are 3-inches tall which is the perfect size for little hands.

They come with their own vehicle, either the Cat-Car, Owl Glider or Gekko-Mobile and are dressed in a Turbo Blast outfit and matching racing helmet.

They are such fun toys, a must-have for any PJ Masks fan! There will also be another addition to the collection in April with Romeo’s Lab – the perfect baddie for the PJ Masks to defeat!

PJ Masks Turbo Blast Racers are available at all good toy stores, priced £14.99, with plenty of other sets and dress-up items to collect too.

Which character is the favourite in your house?

We were gifted these toys but all thoughts and words are my own. This post also contains affiliate links. 

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Katy is a wife, mum of three and professional blogger. Her blog, What Katy Said, aims to inspire other mums to get organised and make the best out of every day.

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