I would like to say that we have not been very organised and all the baby toys are now down from the loft. But the reality is that they are not, poor Kipper is stuck with the same play things day in day out so when we were invited to review a toy from the Little Tikes Light n’ Go range I was excited to see what Kipper would make of a new toy! I chose the Light ‘n Go – Movin’ Lights Monkey™ as it was suitable from 6 months to 3years. As Kipper has just turned 6 months and was starting to sit for small amounts of time unaided it seemed like the perfect option.


The movin’ light monkey is unlike any other toy Kipper has played with so I was interested to see what he made of it. Although at Baby Sensory he loves anything with lights so I hoped it would be a hit! At 6 months he is right at the bottom of the age range so I was also a little worried that he maybe too young for it.


When we turned it on he was intrigued and started to pat the Monkey on the head. We initially had it in Dance mode which is intended to encourage moving an boogying. You can select one of two modes by pressing the different coloured shoe laces. The chase mode is designed to encourage baby to move or crawl, the Monkey swivels at the waist with coloured lights projected from the lantern.

Although too young to move at the moment, once we turned it to Chase mode he tracked the lights with his eyes. At 6 months he is too young to press the laces himself, but at this age I would be playing with him anyway so I don’t view that as a negative.


Things we liked:

  • For a plastic toy its astentically pleasing, I like the big eyes and the bright colours as does Kipper
  • There are over 50 different phrases and songs which reduces the repetitive nature of a toy like this.
  • Good quality i.e. it doesn’t feel cheap just as I would expect from a brand such as Little Tikes
  • The light show, I think its difficult to get across in pictures alone just how good the light element of this toy is. Kipper was definitely interested in it.
  • I can see Kipper enjoying this toy all the way through the age range. The fact that it encourages older children to dance a long with it, means it comes with longevity unlike other toys in the market. Monkey was even intrigued with it.


The only thing we weren’t too keen on is that you need a screwdriver to get it out of the packaging, so if you are intending on giving this gift as a present its worth having one to hand. That said it does come with batteries which is a huge bonus. Overall Kipper enjoyed playing with the Movin’ Lights Monkey  and I am sure it will become a firm favourite in the coming months. The Movin’ Lights Monkey retails at £29.99 and is available from all good toy stockists


The lovely people at Little Tikes have offered us another one from the range the Light n’ Go Wobbling Light Panda to giveaway to our readers. Suitable from 6 months he provides light and sound surprises with a simple tap from your baby. With six happy tunes, sound effects, and fun coloured lights your baby will love! To win please enter using the Gleam application below and note the T&Cs


Enter Competition

  • Competition is open to residents of UK aged 18 or over
  • There is no cash alternative offered
  • The winner will be drawn at random from all qualifying entries and will receive a  Light n’ Go Wobbling Light Panda
  • The competition will close on 14th December 2016 at 11.59pm, the winner will be notified through Twitter
  • The Winner will be asked to provide an email address and full postal address

I have some other toy based giveaways running at the moment so please check them out by searching for giveaway in the search box above. Good Luck!!


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  1. emma walters Reply

    happy children is my only wish, oh & chocolate for breakfast xmas morning 🙂

  2. I’d love a new kitchen! But I don’t believe Santa’s budget stretches that far….. so maybe I’ll just ask for a new overnight bag instead!

  3. amy bondoc Reply

    i always ask her new pjs every year! ive quiet a collection!

  4. Kayleigh Tear Reply

    Some vouchers for the vastly expensive hairdressers rather than going to the ‘Edward Scissor hands’ one twice a year and crying about my hair for 363 days a year haha!

  5. This looks like one of those toys that children love and parents hide after a while as it would be constantly on ! #triedtested

  6. I am due to have major surgery in December so I am really hoping I will be home in time for Christmas!

  7. Oh heck I need to bring down my boys old 6 month + toys from the loft too for my wee girl. I wish that a magic fairy would sort it all out instead!

  8. Pauline jaconelli Reply

    This Christmas I just wish to be happy. Last Christmas was not so good for me and I’d like to make sure it never happens again. So happiness for me please

  9. i’ve been looking for something for my nephew for Christmas he would love this! great review, I’m wishing for nothing but good health to my family this year xxx

  10. Something very personal to me that I don’t really want to broadcast. But I’ve also bought a set of knives and a new alarm clock that I LOVE 🙂

  11. Sue McCarthy Reply

    I don’t have any children but would love to win this prize for charity, to go to Romania.

  12. Lindsey Stuart Reply

    I am really hoping for an actifry that would be wonderful 🙂

  13. Francis Armstrong Reply

    I’m wishing for chocolate, chocolate oh and more chocolate ???? lol

  14. Magdalene Drummond Reply

    A brilliant day for my daughter as it’s her last as an only child. OH has had a few hints at things I’d like too lol

  15. Lauren Fox Reply

    I would love to receive a Hatchimal so I could give it to my kids lol they are like gold dust 🙁

  16. TRACY JAMES Reply

    id love a new lap top but i know thats not going to happen,so i,ll settle for a peaceful christmas day x

  17. Clare Hubbard Reply

    I’m hoping for a new laptop but will settle with a lie in!

  18. James Harris Reply

    I would just love to be able to have a really long lie-in this Christmas.

  19. Kirsty Ward Reply

    Im wishing that we all have some nice quality time as a family! Some new PJ’s would be good too!

  20. tracy sinclair Reply

    I would really love a new Microwave for christmas, if not then Chocolates would be great x

  21. Claire Sutherland Reply

    I am dreaming of the safe arrival of our first baby x

  22. Leanne Lunn Reply

    An extremely happy day with my children having lots of fun.

  23. Jo Carroll Reply

    I’m secretly after one of those Babyliss heated brushes…maybe I shouldn’t be so secretive abouth it though…not very good tactics is it? 😉

  24. keri brooks Reply

    Family’s health and to.put a smile on.my daughters face that’s what I want most

  25. katrina walsh Reply

    I’m being really demanding and am hoping for west end tickets

  26. Amy Withnall Reply

    I’m hoping for a PS3 so that I can download and play the old Crash Bandicoot games.

  27. Shelley Jessup Reply

    A nice luxurious cashmere hot water bottle so I can be nice & snug and pain free

  28. Susan Smith Reply

    Would love something sparkley, but i will settle for some new Pjs and slippers

  29. I’m hoping for a kitchen aid mixer so i can bake lots of amazing cakes x

  30. a chopping board set, one of them fancy ones that look lovely on your work top


    im wishing for baby no 2 to arrive before xmas <3 official due date is 1/1 but i couldnt resist and have bought loads of 'baby first xmas' outfits. worrying i will have her on xmas day and ruin everyones xmas dinner 🙁

  32. Danielle Cresswell Reply

    I’m just wishing that we are all well over Christmas my son has croup, it’s just one thing after another at the moment. Xx


    I’m wishing for a new pair of Ugg boots which i hope santa brings me

  34. sian hallewell Reply

    I don’t need anything for Christmas, I’m just wishing that all my family are healthy and happy for Christmas

  35. Miss Tracy Hanson Reply

    My beloved rockband to announce UK tour dates. They teased us with a map of the world and Manchester was highlighted (it’s not that far from me) so hopefully they will come back and I get my “date” with them again.

  36. Laura Walker Reply

    A meal that goes down well lots of laughter and too many naughty treats

  37. Jamielee Wells Reply

    Im wishing for a relaxing christmas and to see my kids happy 🙂

  38. Peter Watson Reply

    I have run out of socks.To be honest,I have plenty but somwe how the sock faity has only left me with one of each colour.It’s socks for me please

  39. gemma middleton Reply

    I am hoping for a new Fitbit charge 2. My Fitbit is slowly dying.

  40. Daiga Vanaga Reply

    Wishing for white Christmas, that would be the best present 🙂

  41. Rachael ashmore Reply

    My son has drug resistant epilepsy so the only thing I want for Xmas is a seizure free xmas ????????????

  42. stephen holman Reply

    I normally ask for useful boring stuff like work shirts, aftershave, socks etc…. but if i get a nice bottle of jack daniels i wont complain 😉

  43. James McLaughlin Reply

    Wishing for a Raleigh Burner BMX like I have for the last 30 years but not looking likely. So I’ll wish for a happy family Christmas instead.

  44. Rebecca Powell Reply

    A happy, healthy Christmas for all my family and friends

  45. Deborah Mackenzie Reply

    Im looking forward to having the family together and playing a board game (if I get one) which is what Im hoping for: Cluedo

  46. Charlie Brunton Reply

    I’d really love a camera this year as I want to start capturing more memories and having actual photographs to look through!

  47. Danielle Graves Reply

    I’m not really wanting anything in particular gift wise I just want my family to have a good day and to like the gifts I’ve chosen for them

  48. Dawn Samples Reply

    I’d like to have a lovely relaxing Christmas this year with plenty of nice treats as last year wasn’t the best Christmas x

  49. Kerry Kilmister Reply

    I am hoping to get in my size 14’s this Christmas after going from a size 20/22!

  50. Sandra Jo Siddall Reply

    I am wishing for a lovely bottle of Samsara perfume 🙂 Merry Christmas! x

  51. I like coffee gifts and things to put in the bath like fizzers and melts.

  52. the new Phillipa Gregory book and twinnings chai latte tea bags

  53. Leanne Bell Reply

    I’m wishing that someone will come and wrap all the presents for me x

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