“This adorable stuffed monster is not just for cuddling. Children can let go of their worries by drawing or writing them down on pieces of paper and zipping them up inside the Worry Eaters’ mouth.”
Featured in New York Times’ Gift Guide.
Haywire Group Worry Eaters Saggo is a plush soft toy with big eyes, five upright halos around the head, and a zipper mouth that enables children to write or draw their worries and place them in the worry eater’s mouth so that the toy can hold onto them.
Children just have to write or draw their fears and worries, place them in the mouth of the worry eater, and if they feel like, they can share the worries and fears with their parents. The act of sharing worries between children and parents, caregivers, or friends can help children to find solutions to solve their problems, face the fears and worries, or acknowledge that the fear and worries exist.
The Haywire Group Worry Eaters Saggo is made from super-soft, high-quality, materials and features unique, plush, and eye-catching designs are attractive to everyone. The Saggo worry eater encourages healthy communication between children and adults and teaches children healthy coping mechanism skills and develops their self-esteem.
The Haywire Group Worry Eaters Saggo weighs 3.84 ounces. The Worry Eaters Saggo has won several awards including the Toy of the Year Award 2016 Finalist, 2105 National Parenting Publications Award – Gold Winner, Mom’s Choice Awards Honoring Excellence, 2015 Creative Child Plush Toy of the Year Award, Dr. Toys Best Picks Winner. Pal Award – Play on Words, The Toy Insider Top Holiday Toys! 2015 Award Winner, and The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval.