Dreamimals DayDream Key Charm

This week is Childrens Mental Health Week 2020 and what better time to be reviewing this Dreamimals DayDream key charm. We have been kindly gifted a ‘Lamby’ Dreamimals of our own. It’s soft, it’s cute and it helps promote positive thinking in children. 

The original Dreamimals pillows were dreamt up by 7 year old Harper Miller who came up with the idea to help her little brother sleep better. She encouraged him to draw a happy picture of something he wanted to dream about and tucked it inside his pillow.

Notepad attached to dreamimal keyring

The key charm version we have is for day time use, to encourage children to start the day feeling positive.  You get the child to draw their wish on the little pad then tuck it inside their charm. They then take it with them wherever they go to daydream about it throughout the day. How cute is that?!

Dreamimal lamby

Not only do Dreamimals encourage a positive thinking mentality, they also give a percentage of their profits to Take Stock In Children. This charity is working hard to break the cycle of poverty for low-income families by providing scholarships and mentorship.

Lois holding a dreamimal lamby

There are 3 different designs to choose from. They are Lamby, Sharkie and Pinkie. All of them are super soft and cuddly with a clip to attach it to your bag or clothes.  The key charms cost £8.99 each or you could purchase the bigger pillow version for £15.99 from the Dream Pillow website here: https://www.thedreampillow.co.uk/

Disclaimer: we were gifted a Lamby key charm to review. All words, photos and opinions are that of my own. 

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