Sylvanian Families is a unique and adorable range of distinctive animal characters with charming and beautifully detailed homes, furniture and accessories. They live, work and play in the idyllic and wonderful land of Sylvania.
Meet The Sylvanian Families: The Sheep Family
Father: Ewan Dale is in charge of the Sylvanian orchards, keeping the grass short and the place tidy. He is very proud of his Victoria Plums and crisp, crunch Cox’s pippins but has no time at all for most of the modern varieties.
Mother: Barbara Dale is the real family expert of fruit trees of every kind. Her busiest times are late autumn and early spring, when she is in the orchard, pruning and re-shaping all the fruit trees and checking for any problems, very late into the evening.
Brother: Winton Dale loves helping his mother and father in the orchard. His favourite job is looking after the bonfire but before he can do this, he has to rake up all the fallen leaves and twigs which he finds a bit boring and doesn’t particularly enjoy. However, he is always very thorough as he knows that the more he collects, the bigger the bonfire will be!
Sister: Iona Dale has been given the very important job of collecting and sorting all the different types of fruit. She much prefers this part-time job than going to school, because she can chew to her heart’s content, without any teacher telling her that it is not allowed.
Seriously! How absolutely cute are these little toys! Made by Flair my little boys played for hours, with baby J watching his big brother making up storys with all the adventures the sheep were doing. Of course some of them were extremely adventurous like in rockets!!! The joys of children 🙂 We don’t have the Sylvanian family house, but thay didn’t affect any of our play time infact I think it added to my sons very playful imagination.
If you are thinking of what you could purchase as a present maybe as an Easter Present then these are great little toys 🙂 And at the moment are on sale on Amazon for a Fabulous £10.99 with free delivery 🙂
*We were sent these little sheep for review, this in no way affects my opinion and all reviews are 100% honest.