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Share when your child has ‘saved the day’ with PAW Patrol: £300 + Paw Patrol goodies to be won NOW CLOSED

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AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 12-Oct-17 10:22:36

To help showcase the new Sea Patrol range, PAW Patrol would love to hear about when your child has ‘saved the day’ themselves - this could be something like rescuing you from an awkward conversation with a neighbour, suggesting a fun day out you’d have never thought of, spotting someone in need or simply saying something which made you (or a family member) smile!

The team at PAW Patrol say “Trouble is on the horizon at Adventure Beach! Help Ryder and the team of pups save the baby octopus by jumping aboard the PAW Patrol Sea Patroller. Equipped with flashing lights, sounds and a detachable anchor, this rescue vehicle comes with everything your little one will need to sail the high seas. As captain, they’ll have command of the life ring launcher, as well as the handy crane and cage – perfect for getting Ryder into hard-to-reach places. This dual boat/land vehicle can easily tackle rocky roads. Simply slide the bridge forward and wheels drop down, taking them over any terrain. There’s room for all Sea Patrol Light Up Pups aboard the Sea Patroller (additional figures are sold separately). The Sea Patroller can hold up to 2 Sea Patrol Vehicles, and comes with Ryder’s Rescue ATV. Load it into the Sea Patroller and use the front-opening ramp to send the PAW Patrol on a roll! For extra-tricky missions that require flight, the helipad on the back of the ship is the perfect launching spot for Skye’s Sea Patrol Vehicle (sold separately). Whether land, sea or air, the PAW Patrol will be there!”
The Sea Patrol range is suitable for ages 3 years and over.

Add your comment to this thread and you will be entered into a prize draw where one winner will get - not only a £300 Argos voucher but also a PAW Patrol pack - consisting of Sea Patroller, 6 Sea Patrol Vehicles and 6 Sea Patrol Light Up Pups - worth over £200 smile.

Thanks and good luck

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Feministcheeseplate Thu 12-Oct-17 15:56:25

OH will they be reading this?

Would you mind putting the female characters on the toys you market at boys?

And while you’re at it making the female characters dog coloured and not pink or purple?

Feministcheeseplate Thu 12-Oct-17 15:57:39

The main reason I don’t buy any of the clothing is you leave out female character. Strange you think three year olds won’t buy anything with the main characters on it.

CrabbitArse Thu 12-Oct-17 15:57:44

⬆️ Yes that

CousinChloe Thu 12-Oct-17 16:24:18

My 3 year old DD is my little living reminder - I am so scatter brained and she frequently asks me where her favourite toy is before we leave the library, or why we're not bringing the car keys before I set off down the 2 flights of stairs to leave our flat...

QuietNinjaTardis Thu 12-Oct-17 16:31:27

I'm not sure she's ever saved the day but my daughter dressed up in her rapunzel dress so she could be 'a handsome prince to save the day!' well why not? There must be some princes who enjoy wearing princess dresses surely?
She can be frequently found charging about quoting Paw Patrol not annoying at all "Rubble on the double" and "chase is on the case"

FreshGarbage Thu 12-Oct-17 16:35:10

I once locked myself out of the house, which I discovered as I returned from the school run...9.10 locked out with my baby, my three yr old and husband not due back for nine hours...
Luckily I spotted a small open side window, but no use, my childbearing hips just wouldn’t squeeze through (I did try, and found myself dangling upside down, my head and arms in the house, the rest of my body firmly outside).
My three year old daughter was the perfect size to be lifted through the window, but could she reach the front door and open it? She’d never done it before...and if she failed she’d be trapped in the house with me and Baby outside...argh!!
After a few frantic phone calls and deep calming breaths, I ‘posted’ my little one and she landed on the window ledge, calmly climbed down, trotted out of sight to the front door, and opened it!
She saved the day, and loved telling EVERYONE about our adventure!

sharond101 Thu 12-Oct-17 17:37:52

My 5 year old remembered that I had left my handbag in Asda baby changing room. He was is my superhero and saved me so much hassle on an already stressful day. He and good Sister air Paw Patrol so this would be their perfect prize.

NeverTwerkNaked Thu 12-Oct-17 18:29:36

Agree with other comments, my son loves Everest and Sky just as much as the others and my daughters favourites are Marshall and Chase and Sky.

Saving the day - the time that comes to mind is when my daughter had chicken pox as a baby and was utterly miserable and howling, I had tried everything and nothing calmed her. Then her big brother (then 3) made the most beautiful den under the table, carefully arranging pillows and blankets and teddies. He told me to put her in the den and she stopped crying and just gazed about in wonder. He totally rescued my day!

MeriReu Thu 12-Oct-17 18:37:45

My little one is obsessed with paw patrol - especially chase and sky. It is sad he never has the tops with sky or Everest on because they're all bright pink and frilly.

I caught him on camera yesterday tucking his most loved teddy 'sassass' the lion into bed and saying 'don't worry sassass, paw patrol are coming to save us!'
He makes me laugh more than anyone else I know!

Hmumto3 Thu 12-Oct-17 18:41:11

I managed to lock myself out the flat with my newborn inside luckily I could lift my 3 year old in through the very small window was a very tight squeeze for grown ups and he managed to open the door from the inside

ErinSophia Thu 12-Oct-17 18:55:23

My daughter found her sister's lost inhaler while her sister was having an asthma attack, I was frantic trying to help my daughter and my other daughter Aimee leapt into action and ran round the house until she found Ava's inhaler and brought it to me. I was so relieved/thankful.

EatsFartsAndLeaves Thu 12-Oct-17 18:55:42

My 2 year old fetches me a new roll of loo roll when I run out. They're on the other side of the bathroom, so he's totally saved me when I've run out mid-poo!

colleysmill Thu 12-Oct-17 18:59:15

Ds 1 this morning. I was halfway to drop ds2 to nursery on my way to work and a little voice piped up "oh mummy are we dropping ds2 off before me today?"

I'd totally forgotten about ds1 in the back. Not a major emergency but I was very grateful. And ds2 (who is a massive paw patrol and Chase fan) replied with "We were on the case mummy!"

Beach11 Thu 12-Oct-17 19:11:53

DS 3yrs PawPatrol crazy at the moment, his favourites are Marshall & Everest. DS loves helping out with his baby sister. If he smells she needs her nappy changing he'll bring the wipes & a nappy shouting 'on the double' & a clean outfit if it's an explosive nappy. He saves the day regularly

Justanothernap Thu 12-Oct-17 19:12:05

I have no stories. I just want a chance at winning the stuff. My toddler does not save the day she causes chaos. Still love her though. And she loves paw patrol. So there you go.

Hairq Thu 12-Oct-17 20:05:05

I suffer from depression and the amount of timeshare DS has saved the day by easing an episode with his daft comments or a big hug is enormous. I'm so grateful to have him.

purplepandas Thu 12-Oct-17 20:06:43

Dd literally got me through the early days after losing her sister .

duck22 Thu 12-Oct-17 20:45:34

We just had a baby and when I had my hands full and couldn't get to him immediately, my older boy rocked him gently in his chair and sang to him. Great help!

Cintacmrs Thu 12-Oct-17 20:48:11

Constantly 'saves the Day' As soon as little brother cries she jumps in to dance or sing to him- I will often find her kissing his bumps or scrapes while I go get the savlon.

But I do have to agree with the odd sexism of your products is a bit old school Pink and Blue are not the only two colours - friend boy loves skye cause she can fly my daughter loves rubble (ironically she thinks he is a girl)

AppleDoor Thu 12-Oct-17 21:03:36

DS literally saved my life - I was seriously ill after he was born and I believe it was his cuddles with me in hospital that truly kept me going and gave me the strength to get better.

He's now 4 and Paw Patrol OBSESSED - he loves to go down the slide in the park as if he's Marshall going down the Lookout slide grin

OhSoTotallyLost Thu 12-Oct-17 21:03:53

My son saved the day this morning by finding the car keys in less than 30 seconds when I’d been looking for them for over 10 mins! We just about managed to not be late.

PseudoBadger Thu 12-Oct-17 21:05:56

My daughter saves the day by telling me that I look ‘so pretty’ and that she loves my clothes - even when I’m wearing tracksuit bottoms and just got out of bed halo

Solasum Thu 12-Oct-17 21:09:08

My 3yo has taken to trying to slide down the bannister 'like Ryder in the LookOut'. Sadly for him it generally ends in a big pile of shoes at the bottom, but he is very determined. Makes me smile every time

sealight123 Thu 12-Oct-17 21:18:30

I haven't been that well recently (boo-hoo me sad )
Throughout my daughter has been a little lifesaver!
Helping me around the house, and helping me walk the dog.
Even offering to give me a back massage hahah

She's only 6 but she can have a heart of gold smile

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