Monday, October 22, 2018

Bring Ponycycle to Your Child's Playroom! #HolidayGiftGuide

As the temperatures drop and drop, it gets harder to have Scarlett play outside.  She needs to play outside on a regular basis to get her energy out.  When it starts to get really cold and in the 30's, I make her stay inside.  We have a mini trampoline in our playroom that she can bounce on to her hearts content.  Also, I may throw some pillows on the floor and have her do a mini obstacle course to also keep her active.  I'm always looking for new things or ways to keep her energy at bay while indoors.

PonyCycle is an adorable, child sized ride on toy pony which relies on child power to move.  Your little one will feel like they're riding a real pony, as a natural riding motion is required to get pony moving.  The ponies come in a variety of colors and styles depending on your child's interests.

There's also a zebra and a unicorn if your child wants to stray slightly from the horse selections. Depending on your child's age, PonyCycle comes in two sizes, small which is for ages 3-5, and medium which is for ages 4-9.  Whichever PonyCycle you choose, I can guarantee your son or daughter will absolutely love it.  Can you imagine seeing the joy on their face when they see it underneath the Christmas tree on Christmas morning?

Scarlett received a black and white Ponycycle and was absolutely thrilled when it arrived.  The installation process was simple, just connecting the head to the base and zipping it up.  I dislike putting together toys and always find it harder than it should be.  Luckily, this was easy and just took a few moments.

Since Ponycycle is powered by movement, you won't have to worry about constantly buying expensive batteries to power the horse.  From the minute we had Ponycycle installed, Scarlett was ready to use it.

The black and white Ponycycle we received was a size medium for ages 4-9.  The benefit of this size is that it will provide years of fun!  The pony is beautiful and very realistic down from the markings to the soft hair.  I love how sturdy and well built it is, it feels like such high quality.  It will definitely delight any child and provide hours of fun.

Scarlett immediately jumped on the horse and was ready to go!  She is almost 4 but was not too short for it at all.  I had to help her get on it due to the height of the horse, but after that she completely understood what to do.  There were no issues with Scarlett not being able to hold onto the handlebars or her feet slipping from the foot straps. She loved it and said it was so much fun! My tiny tot also enjoyed petting and hugging the horse and telling me how soft he was.

The horse doesn't go too fast which is important so children don't fall off and get hurt.  The Ponycycle truly mimics horseback riding and gives kids a fun ride.

Since our house is on the smaller side, we don't have a large amount of space for Scarlett to ride the horse.  We have a moderate amount of hardwoods downstairs that she is using to her advantage.  Due to this, we will probably have to use Ponycycle outside to really maximize the fun!

I can guarantee Scarlett will be using this indoors and outdoors for some time to come.  What child wouldn't want to have their very own ride on horse? If you're looking to buy a child an unforgettable Christmas or birthday present, Ponycyle is a great choice.

*DISCLOSURE* Thank you to Ponycycle for providing a product sample in order to facilitate this post.  All thoughts are strictly my own. 

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