Moshi Monsters Series 10 Countdown - Day 16


We're suffering from mixed emotions here at the UYM household, whilst so pleased and excited that today is the last reveal day, and the official release date of Series 10 Moshi Monsters, we're so sad that it's come to and end! We've once again loved being apart of this countdown, and are so grateful to all at Vivid Imaginations for the fantastic opportunity!

Series 10 Moshi Monsters are out now at toy stores nationwide! Sold in blister packs of two, or collectible packs of five with both options giving away free children's vouchers to SeaLife*

For your chance to win your very own full set of Moshi Monsters series 10, that's ALL 16 Moshling's from the very latest series check back on Unique Young Mum, on bank holiday Monday at 6:30pm!


This Bendy Vendie finds it quite tricky being serious because his brain is a jumble of gumballs, thankfully though, Gumdrop is gloriously silly! Gumdrop loves to be fed chocolate coins, and when you do, this happy-go-lucky Moshling will cough up a colourful gobstopper! Gumdrop loves lottery rollovers and scoffing chocolate coins, but dislikes bent screwdrivers and bingo!



Rank: 188
Rarity: Ultra Rare!



Find day 15's Moshi Monster reveal right here!

*Sea Life offer: Purchase a series 10 pack and receive a child free entry to Sea Life Centres across the UK (valid til Dec 2014) with the purchase of one full price adult ticket. You can also head onto www.moshisealife.com enter in your unique code found in your Series 10 pack and see if you've won one of the heaps of roar some prizes up for grabs including a family holiday to Sea Life in Berlin.
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Moshi Monsters Series 10 Countdown - Day 15


With just one day left at school, and one day left till the big reveal date, Spud's super excited today! We've got half term coming up and hopefully the Caribbean community carnival to attend on bank holiday Monday, that is weather permitting though! We may have to drag our wellies out which is upsetting, April showers are long gone!

Don't forget to keep checking back here every day on Unique Young Mum to find out the latest new Moshi Monster series 10 character! At the end of the countdown one of my lucky readers/visitors will have the chance to win your very own full set of Moshi Monsters series 10, that's ALL 16 Moshling's from the very latest series! Don't forget the special Sea Life* offer available to you all too!


Being a Woeful Welliphant is not easy, but you'd also be upset if you had to wear titchy wellies every day because your mum told you so! This doubtful Moshling is petrified of getting his tooties wet, so he wear's tiny boots that won't come off! Even when he's performing some eliphantasic tricks on the tightrope at the circus! Dinky loves cuddles and toffee apples, which gets a big high five from both me and Spud, but dislikes low flying aircraft and loose socks - me too, I'm sure my tumble dryer eats them!



Rank: 184
Rarity: Ultra Rare!


Find day 14's Moshi Monster reveal right here!

*Sea Life offer: Purchase a series 10 pack and receive a child free entry to Sea Life Centres across the UK (valid til Dec 2014) with the purchase of one full price adult ticket. You can also head onto www.moshisealife.com enter in your unique code found in your Series 10 pack and see if you've won one of the heaps of roar some prizes up for grabs including a family holiday to Sea Life in Berlin.
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Haven - Weymouth Bay Review.

Back in March, dreading the events that would soon be occurring and becoming a right stressful mess, I decided that me and Spud needed a break from everyday life, and the worry that was upon us. There was no doubt in my mind where we was going, we was going to a place Spud had already visited a few times, and a place I fall in love with every time I go there - Weymouth.

Ever since I can remember, my family have holidayed at various Haven parks around the UK, I think we have near enough visited almost every single one of them, Haven is the only company we will holiday with here in the UK, there is no competition, no other holiday place will compete or live up to the holidays we've had and continue to have.

Knowing I don't drive, and knowing Weymouth like my second town and it luckily being only a few hours down the road from Reading, I booked a Friday to Monday stay, booked me and Spud a open return train ticket and started to pack our bags. It was to be the first time I had been away with Spud alone, but knowing I'd be at a Haven site made my mind feel at ease, thanks to their excellent security service and the security of the caravans we stay in.

Haven have four parks in Dorset alone, with three of them being in Weymouth - Seaview, Little Sea and Weymouth Bay. I went with Weymouth Bay as I knew we could use their sister site Seaview by visiting their entertainment complex and swimming pool by a shortcut through the parks.

I woke Spud up early on the Friday morning, and told him we was going on a surprise adventure! I made his breakfast, and whilst he ate, I quickly went over my list to double and triple check I had everything packed! Once I got Spud washed and dressed, I opened our big cupboard door and showed him our suitcases packed and ready to go, and told him a taxi was on its way to take us to the train station!

Spud waiting for the train.
It was only when we arrived at Weymouth that I told Spud where we was going for the weekend, I think the whole train including every carriage heard his squeals of excitement as we departed at Weymouth train station, only a few miles away from the holiday park. We was able to get a taxi right outside the train station which was super handy!

Arriving at Weymouth Bay.

We was booked in for one of Haven's most luxurious caravans - a Retreat caravan, it was by far the best caravan I had stayed in, and one I'd love to stay in again! We was able to check in from 2pm, but because I was so excited, I wanted to make the day of it, that wasn't no problem though as the staff let me leave my luggage in the entertainment complex whilst we went off to explore the park.

As well as a number of outdoor play area's for the children, one being right on the doorstep of the entertainment complex, there is also a small soft play area inside the complex.


I sat back and watched Spud play in the park from the balcony, with a very clear view of what he was upto! The park was very secure with high fences surrounding it, so I didn't have to worry about stranger or road danger!

Once we checked in and picked up our keys, I was given a map showing where everything was in the park along with the launderette and various shops! There was also important numbers if we should need to call for any problem, and an entertainment planner! We was very lucky as was able to have our luggage driven down to our caravan for us, whilst we walked beside the man driving a cart with our luggage, something I'd not thought about as I've always been with family members who drive on prior visits!

Accomodation.

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Our home for the weekend was absolutely beautiful, the colours from the outside gave away how beautiful and prestige it was going to be inside, and I couldn't be wrong! One of my favourite parts of the caravan was the decking balcony with a small bistro style table and two matching chairs.


The caravan was beautiful from both the outside and on the inside. We had a open plan kitchen and living area, the living area contained a three suit and two suit sofa which was very comfortable and decorated with cushions that matched the living area curtains. There was a television with built in freeview and dvd player, a dining table and four chairs, a coffee table and an electric heater.


The kitchen contained a sink, absolutly loads of cupboard space complete with your every day kitchen needs and utensils, a built in full size fridge freezer, a cooker and a microwave.


We had a two bedroom caravan, one room contained two single beds, with a joint bedside cabinet, plug sockets, overhead storage and a single wardrobe with coat hangers to place clothes.


The single beds was handy to slide our suitcases under, just to keep them out of the way until we needed to pack to go home!


The master bedroom contained a double bed which was one of the most comfortablest caravan beds I've stayed in, I had to have Spud in with me due to his medical conditions and we both slept soundly every night! We had a thick pillow each and a bedside cabinet each along with a bedside cabinet either side and overhead storage.



As well as the overhead storage in the previous image, the Master bedroom had a built in wardrobe set with drawers underneath and two full length mirrors on the outside interior, it also had a little side cabinet with extra bedding in as well as a little dressing table unit complete with a mirror and plug sockets so I could straighten my hair!


The master bedroom also had a ensuite toilet with a cabinet and sink which Spud loved as he took it in turns to use the main toilet and the one in our bedroom for the weekend!
The main bathroom contained a power shower, a sink, a double cabinet with mirror and a toilet. Overall the whole caravan was extremely clean and tidy, I couldn't find one bit of dust or dirt even if I tried!

On Site Fun.

The Haven entertainment for the whole family plays a big part as to why my family have been holidaying with Haven since before I was born. Every day and night there is various adventures for children of all ages to take part in including the teens! From booking character breakfasts to joining the kids clubs, checking out the in site parks and adventure playground, and booking in sport activities there is just so much to do!

Weymouth Bay have two swimming pools, one being outside and one inside with a little water walkway that is known as the 'river', unfortunately I couldn't get a photo of any of the pools as I was too scared of my clumsy hands to take my camera near water! 


The fun doesn't end in the day either, the entertainment carries on from the evening through to the night! With family bingo and the children's character shows, there is something for the whole family to get involved in, including lots of laughing, dancing and singing!

Children (and even adults if you'd like too!) can have their photo taken with at least one character every day! The Haven characters are Roary the Tiger, Bradley Bear, Polly the Dolly, Greedy the Gorilla, Naughty Ned and Anxious the Elephant! Children won't be left disappointed once the characters go home to bed though as the Haven Fun Stars are there to dance the night away!

Playing all your cheesy and old party songs, the gang was sure to get the crowd involved as much as they possibly can! There was a little change to the entertainment this time, and that was the Fun Stars being divided into two teams, as was all holiday makers depending on your age being an even or odd number! There is team yellow and team blue, each with their own slogan and very special song!

Each night, small guest are invited onto the stage to take part in a game either by themselves or with an adult, guess who got picked two out of the three nights we was there!? Only my Spud, who ran over to me pleading with me to go up on stage with him, how could I resist!

There is a bar in the entertainment complex, along with a gift shop, Papa Johns, the photo shop where you buy character photo's from, a restaurant, an arcade and play area and lots more! Security is present throughout the premises keeping whatever trouble may arise at bay!

Eating on site.

Eating on site was a relatively easy thing to do, along with having a full sized fridge freezer, microwave and cooker back at the caravan, there is a Papa Johns mini shop in the main complex, however if you don't want to wait for the pizza to be cooked, you can order at the stand, or call up and have it delivered to your caravan - what a result!

There is also a restaurant on site selling a wide variety of food for all stages and ages! We personally didn't eat in the restaurant this time due to Spud's op approaching he was on a stricter health diet from his healthcare team.

If you do need something essential, like milk or tea bags, there is a on site shop selling everything from newspapers to fresh bakery products, alcohol, cigarettes, tinned food, chilled food, cupboard snacks, frozen food and 
more!

The main entertainment bar also sell some snacks, such as a variety of nuts and crisp.

Out and about in Weymouth.

With a bus stop right outside the entrance to the park, getting into Weymouth and the sea front was so easy! Weymouth has one of the most beautiful beaches I've seen in the UK, and has so much for children to do including donkey rides, old fashion beach entertainment and lots more! You're spoilt for choice for fish and chips and will face a tough decision on deciding where to buy them from!


There are two big supermarkets Morrisons and Asda a few miles away from the park, and smaller shops just inside the town such as Iceland and a Tesco.

There are so many shops for you to shop in, do bring lots of spending money as you're bound to find something you need to have in your life, just like I did!

There is also a harbour to walk around and boat rides to be had!

Weymouth Attractions.

As well as lots to do in the town centre area, there are local attractions such as a Sea Life Centre and the Weymouth Sea Life Tower. I purchased my tickets on site at Haven because if you book through them you get discount.


There is lots to do at the Sea Life centre, including getting to hold crabs like I so bravely did! Spud loved the Lego shark and seeing all the different fish, mammals and sharks!


Not far away from the Haven Seaview site is a place called Bowleaze Cove, we walked through Weymouth Bay, then through Seaview and then through another caravan site to reach there and Spud had a fantastic afternoon at the fair that's housed there! The fair holds a massive indoor play centre, go karts, trampolines, various fun fair rides including a fun house and helta skelta and a large amusement park!

Portland is just on the outskirts of Weymouth that host a light house that you can go all the way to the top in for a small entrance fee and other various places just on the outskirts including Monkey World.

Overall Thoughts.

Both me and Spud had a fabulous time at Haven Weymouth Bay, there wasn't a single fault and it was one of my favourite breaks away to date!

Sadly my Nanny (Spud's Great Grandmother) passed away on the 20th April and Weymouth was one of her favourite places. We've made plans as a family to go back in May next year to scatter roses we've kept from my nans funeral to scatter into Weymouth sea. My nanny wanted her ashes and my grandads ashes to be scattered off the cliffs, so for now, its just the dried roses.

I can't wait to book in with Haven again, because every single time has been an enjoyable experience that only gets better every time!

Which ever Haven park I visit next, I'll be sure to review too!

To find out more about Haven, including the view of all their parks around the UK, check out the official website here.

Until next time,
Jada x

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Moshi Monsters Series 10 Countdown - Day 14


We cant believe how quickly this countdown has seem to of swam by with Series 10, we're so happy that Vivid Imaginations gave us this opportunity once again, and are pleased to announce Moshi number 14 to you all! It's now just two day's until that big reveal day, and also just two day's until the competition starts for one of you lucky readers to win a full series 10 set!

Don't forget to keep checking back here every day on Unique Young Mum to find out the latest new Moshi Monster series 10 character! At the end of the countdown one of my lucky readers/visitors will have the chance to win your very own full set of Moshi Monsters series 10, that's ALL 16 Moshling's from the very latest series! Don't forget the special Sea Life* offer available to you all too!




Major is probably one of the most soppiest Moshlings in the Swooniverse, this Cosmic Loony enjoys scoffing space dust whilst orbiting the Way-Outta-Sphere in his rubber ring! Major will be accompanying Spud to our local swimming pool this weekend, we hope he's a good swimmer! Major likes slow-motion ballet which gets a thumbs down from Spud, and crazy golf, another thumbs down from Spud! Major dislikes vacuum packed oobla dooblas and peska gravity, we can't comment as we have no idea what either are!


Rank: 182
Rarity: Common.



Find day 13's Moshi Monster reveal right here!

*Sea Life offer: Purchase a series 10 pack and receive a child free entry to Sea Life Centres across the UK (valid til Dec 2014) with the purchase of one full price adult ticket. You can also head onto www.moshisealife.com enter in your unique code found in your Series 10 pack and see if you've won one of the heaps of roar some prizes up for grabs including a family holiday to Sea Life in Berlin.
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My Team - Me and Spud + Spud and Me - My Team


After finding out some devastating news in the extended family pipeline a few weeks ago, I've got myself in a right little pickle and have been questioning myself lots. The devastating news was my siblings aunt (they have a different mother to me) has terminal cancer meaning she is leaving her one and only child a orphan as her daughter's father died three years ago.

Talking to my wonderful, open and honest best friend Annessa about the situation, discussing how sad and cruel life can be, Annessa went on to say this is why I have three children (well actually it's two with one on the way!), if anything should happen to me or their dad, they have each other to love and support etc.

For a split second, that went on for about an hour, I questioned whether I should have another child, so Spud isn't alone and lonely if anything ever happened to me. Then I thought about my six siblings and my nephews and how big our family is, I don't think you need a sibling to get you through hard times, but any family and friends who are trustworthy!

I made the decision quite early on after having Spud that he would be my only child, having being born at 33 weeks - seven weeks premature, weighing a tiny 4lb, my brave boy has been through so much. Approaching operation number five next month, together as a family, me and Spud have been through so much.

It's no secret that I believe in the attachment parenting way of parenting, I have such an amazing strong bond with Spud, I don't think I could ever love another child as much as I love him, he's my baby boy, my baby, my boy, he's my everything, I could never imagine sharing the love, attention and affection with a second child.

My family and few close friends know about my fear of not loving a second child, which makes me feel horrible and nasty! My mum tells me all the time that I am just being silly, and if the situation ever should happen, I'd love my second child the minute I met him/her! However, I think I've drummed it into my head so much, I don't think I would!

It was then that I come across Rachel Hirst's post - A second baby, can you love them the same? I read that post three times in astonishment, amazed at not only the fact Rachel could love her second baby, but more amazed at the fact some one else felt the same way! I then Googled the subject and found tons of results with people thinking and feeling the same, turns out I am not alone with my weird thoughts after all!

Reading Rachel's post, just a few days after speaking to my best friend made me over analyse and led me to thinking that this was another sign that I should have another child. I quickly found excuse after excuse of why I should stick with one though, well Spud could think of a lot more, like having a baby brother or sister mess up your room, dribble on your toys and snap your PlayStation disc!

Being the mother of a prem baby has brought me and Spud so close together, that little bit of extra care he need's hasn't made a difference, because of course I would care for him the best even if he was okay. Watching your 4lb baby boy, prove the medics wrong in everything he done was amazing, they told me he would be a slow walker, a slow talker, behind, slow, they told me he'd be small forever, they'd told me he would need speech therapy and the alike, how wrong was they.

They forgot to tell me about all the operations and hospital appointments though, they didn't tell me Spud would have an emergency operation at three weeks old, they also never told me about the ones that followed too. Having to prep your child for theatre just once is bad enough, let alone four soon to be five times. The risk fill my mind for days, the night before I can't sleep, I don't want to even attempt to eat.

Worry consumes me, but I have to be strong for my big brave boy who's going through all of this. The one who gets put to sleep, and who wishes it doesn't have to happen. I do too, I wish it was me attending all the hospital appointments, I wish it was me going through it, I wish it was me on that operating theatre!

I just don't think I could be strong enough to deal with all of this, from the beginning, all over again. I just couldn't deal with health problems for two children, maybe it's selfish of me to have another child knowing the risk, and not at all selfish of me for just having one child!

Spud is perfectly fine being a only child, if you ask him if he wants a baby brother or sister, he will shout NOOO at you, he didn't even like the idea of a pet either, worried in case it got more attention then him! You see, for four year's, it's only ever been me and Spud, just Spud and me, my team, my boy, my family. We're BOTH happy with the way things work, I can't imagine sharing my love, and he can't imagine sharing me!

So after a few 'signs', I was pleased to see a article from Jessica Valenti on The Guardian website with the title ''Stop asking mothers when we'll have more kids. It's OK to have an only child'' you can read Jessica's article here. I 100% completely agree with Jessica, you don't need to have multiple children to be a family, me and Spud prove that!

I constantly get asked when I'm giving Spud a brother or sister, it will happen one day, it just won't be in human form! It's my choice, my preference and Spud is happy with it that way!

Until next time,
Jada x
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Moshi Monsters Series 10 Countdown - Day 13


Three days to go, three days until launch day, three days to go, three days till launch date!!! Who's excited!? Me and Spud sure are, we're leaving trails of excitement behind us everywhere we go!

Don't forget to keep checking back here every day on Unique Young Mum to find out the latest new Moshi Monster series 10 character! At the end of the countdown one of my lucky readers/visitors will have the chance to win your very own full set of Moshi Monsters series 10, that's ALL 16 Moshling's from the very latest series! Don't forget the special Sea Life* offer available to you all too!


Shmoops the Slug in Bug is too lazy to walk and gets around the world of Moshi in a cosy little buggy! Once Shmoops is all comfy and squished inside, she can't move so relies on some help from passers-by to help push her along! Shmoops loves the smell of wet concrete and dewy grass, but doesn't love uphill struggles (me too!) and salty snacks - not even a salt and vinegar crisp!


Rank: 183
Rarity: Common.




Find day 12's Moshi Monster reveal right here!

*Sea Life offer: Purchase a series 10 pack and receive a child free entry to Sea Life Centres across the UK (valid til Dec 2014) with the purchase of one full price adult ticket. You can also head onto www.moshisealife.com enter in your unique code found in your Series 10 pack and see if you've won one of the heaps of roar some prizes up for grabs including a family holiday to Sea Life in Berlin!
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Moshi Monsters Series 10 Countdown - Day 12


It was Spud's first day back to school today after three weeks off and later sleeps till 8am! Being ready and dressed by 8am was a shock to our systems today, and our poor ear's were ringing too from marching orders thank's to today's Moshling! Apparently he's just getting us ready for the big day on Friday, we're getting there!

Don't forget to keep checking back here every day on Unique Young Mum to find out the latest new Moshi Monster series 10 character! At the end of the countdown one of my lucky readers/visitors will have the chance to win your very own full set of Moshi Monsters series 10, that's ALL 16 Moshling's from the very latest series! Don't forget the special Sea Life* offer available to you all too!


You never want to get arrested by this Shady Sheriff because this rootin' tootin' Moshling won't be reading your charge and rights to you but inface demanding Rox in exchange for light jail sentences! Roscoe doesn't have any authority in the world of Moshi, he just likes galloping around on anyone's horse pretending he runs the place - yee-hah! Roscoe loves to pea-shoot from pea-shooters and spur-twirling, but you'll never find him talking to pony rustlers and Moshlings with no names because he doesn't like them!


Rank: 180
Rarity: Common.



Find day 11's Moshi Monster reveal right here!

*Sea Life offer: Purchase a series 10 pack and receive a child free entry to Sea Life Centres across the UK (valid til Dec 2014) with the purchase of one full price adult ticket. You can also head onto www.moshisealife.com enter in your unique code found in your Series 10 pack and see if you've won one of the heaps of roar some prizes up for grabs including a family holiday to Sea Life in Berlin!
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Moshi Monsters Series 10 Countdown - Day 11


Today's super cute Moshling makes it into both mine and Spud's top five! This little two eyed purple monster is for some reason bringing back memories of a dance we perform every time we go away! We've got my Dad's/Spud's Grandad's birthday BBQ today and we reckon he's going to get the family up and dancing!

Don't forget to keep checking back here every day on Unique Young Mum to find out the latest new Moshi Monster series 10 character! At the end of the countdown one of my lucky readers/visitors will have the chance to win your very own full set of Moshi Monsters series 10, that's ALL 16 Moshling's from the very latest series! Don't forget the special Sea Life* offer available to you all too!


This Purple Squeaker Eater is a good natured Moshling who just cant stop squeaking because of the squeaky shrubs that get stuck in his squishy snout! You can often find Vernon foraging for fluffles and wearing his favourite visor which he seems to live in! Vernon likes gambling and fast food, but doesn't like silly snufflers and nose blowing! 


Rank: 179
Rarity: Ultra Rare!



Find day 10's Moshi Monster reveal right here!

*Sea Life offer: Purchase a series 10 pack and receive a child free entry to Sea Life Centres across the UK (valid til Dec 2014) with the purchase of one full price adult ticket. You can also head onto www.moshisealife.com enter in your unique code found in your Series 10 pack and see if you've won one of the heaps of roar some prizes up for grabs including a family holiday to Sea Life in Berlin!
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Moshi Monsters Series 10 Countdown - Day 10


The official countdown is now on in our household, with Spud being more excited then ever to see the last remaining seven Series 10 Moshling's! With Spud having beans on toast for his Saturday breakfast, accompanied by some bacon and sausages too, Spud's new Moshling friend is rather fearful for next Saturday!

Don't forget to keep checking back here every day on Unique Young Mum to find out the latest new Moshi Monster series 10 character! At the end of the countdown one of my lucky readers/visitors will have the chance to win your very own full set of Moshi Monsters series 10, that's ALL 16 Moshling's from the very latest series! Don't forget the special Sea Life* offer available to you all too!


Toasty is a happy-go-lucky Moshling who enjoys spreading salty butter across her face before leaping off tall buildings and trying to land butter side up! Oo crumbs! This Buttery Breadhead can often be found hiding in a toaster if he's cold, luckily for her the sun is shining and we're all set for a beautiful sunny day! Toasty likes runny eggs (me and Spud don't agree) and four sliced toasters (high five) but dislikes being scraped and margarine!

Rank: 125
Rarity: Common.


Find day nine's Moshi Monster reveal right here!

*Sea Life offer: Purchase a series 10 pack and receive a child free entry to Sea Life Centres across the UK (valid til Dec 2014) with the purchase of one full price adult ticket. You can also head onto www.moshisealife.com enter in your unique code found in your Series 10 pack and see if you've won one of the heaps of roar some prizes up for grabs including a family holiday to Sea Life in Berlin!
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Moshi Monsters Series 10 Countdown - Day 9


With just eight days left until the official release of the series 10 Moshi Monsters, this little Moshling is dreading the next few days ahead of us! Me and Spud are actually looking forward to the weekend if the weather forecast is true to it's word!

Don't forget to keep checking back here every day on Unique Young Mum to find out the latest new Moshi Monster series 10 character! At the end of the countdown one of my lucky readers/visitors will have the chance to win your very own full set of Moshi Monsters series 10, that's ALL 16 Moshling's from the very latest series! Don't forget the special Sea Life* offer available to you all too!


 This little Moshling is hoping the weather forecast for this weekend is a lie because Otto is constantly exploring the frostiest outposts of the world of Moshi! This Sub Zero Hero loves to climb snowy mountains, musky huskies, hotwater bottles and throwing snowballs, and when she is not building igloos or ice fishing, Otto loves to enjoy fish finger hunting in frozen food aisles! Otto doesn't like fingerless gloves and Sushi, she gets a high five from me and Spud for her dislikes!

Rank: 177
Rarity: Common.


Find day eight's Moshi Monster reveal right here!

*Sea Life offer: Purchase a series 10 pack and receive a child free entry to Sea Life Centres across the UK (valid til Dec 2014) with the purchase of one full price adult ticket. You can also head onto www.moshisealife.com enter in your unique code found in your Series 10 pack and see if you've won one of the heaps of roar some prizes up for grabs including a family holiday to Sea Life in Berlin!
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Moshi Monsters Series 10 Countdown - Day 8



We are quite confused in the household today, we have been having so much fun we can't believe how quickly the day's are passing by! With the countdown now into full storm at just 9 day's left to go, we have been spending the best part of the day trying to make today's Moshling feel less anxious! 

Don't forget to keep checking back here every day on Unique Young Mum to find out the latest new Moshi Monster series 10 character! At the end of the countdown one of my lucky readers/visitors will have the chance to win your very own full set of Moshi Monsters series 10, that's ALL 16 Moshling's from the very latest series! Don't forget the special Sea Life* offer available to you all too!


There's been a whole lot of shaking going on with this shivery quivery today! Ivy is so nervous about heights that every time he looks down he trembles and whimpers! Me and Spud did try explaining that maybe living in the highest branches of Wobbly Wood's maybe wasn't the best of places to call home! Ivy likes dewdrops and hand creams, but dislikes hungry splatterpillars and looking down!


Rank: 189
Rarity: Common.


Find day seven's Moshi Monster reveal right here!

*Sea Life offer: Purchase a series 10 pack and receive a child free entry to Sea Life Centres across the UK (valid til Dec 2014) with the purchase of one full price adult ticket. You can also head onto www.moshisealife.com enter in your unique code found in your Series 10 pack and see if you've won one of the heaps of roar some prizes up for grabs including a family holiday to Sea Life in Berlin!
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