His Christmas Wish – Zoomer Interactive Dino

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This is a sponsored post on behalf of Walmart and their Chosen By Kids Top 20 Toys List.
Zoomer Interactive Dino is one of this season's hottest toys, and this 9 year old is excited to get one.

One of the best things you can do as a parent is gift your kid that one special toy that they’ve wished for each Christmas. Also, one of the best things about being an online influencer is being able to try out some of the hottest toys each holiday season. When these two things collide, my kids become some of the luckiest children. This year, my son got real lucky. He’s been asking about the Zoomer Interactive Dino since he saw a commercial for it. Well son, Walmart hooked you up!

Zoomer Interactive Dino is one of this season's hottest toys, and this 9 year old is excited to get one.

The Zoomer Interactive Dino is a unique toy with real dinosaur movements, sounds and incredible dino-sense abilities. He detects when you’re near and just like dinosaurs long ago, he can get angry, chomp and roar! How cool is that? He spins on two wheels with perfect balance, and takes time to get to know his owner. Supposedly, he doesn’t like to get his tail pulled, so we’ll make sure to do that, just to make sure this is true. Ha!

The Zoomer Interactive Dino goes for under 80 dollars at Walmart, which makes it a great “big” gift for parents looking to get the hottest gift this season. I also love that it’s not a gender-specific toy; girls and boys would have a blast with Zoomer.

Zoomer Interactive Dino is one of this season's hottest toys, and this 9 year old is excited to get one.

Now, you may wonder why my kid didn’t rip into his new Zoomer Interactive Dino. Well, he’s just like his mom. When you get something that you want, you want to keep it pristine as long as possible. He decided that he would open it after he opens his other Christmas presents. Delayed yuletide gratification. I can’t argue with that!

Check out Walmart’s entire assortment of interactive toys at Walmart.com, including other favorites like Deluxe Light Up Flutterbye Fairy (24.00 at Walmart) and LeapFrog LeapTV (149.00 at Walmart).

And don’t forget- all of Walmart’s top 20 toys are covered under Walmart’s Savings Catcher, their online receipt comparison tool. If a top local competitor offers a lower advertised price on those or other eligible items, customers get the difference on a Walmart eGift Card.

Have you found that one “big” gift for your kid this season? Let me know which one you’ve gotten in the comments below!

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  1. 12.15.14

    This looks like a great gift for any young boy….I can tell he’s gonna enjoy it! Happy Holidays.

  2. 12.19.14

    Cool toy. My son asked for a pet this year. We got him a turtle, but I should have got him Zoomer. We are constantly reminding him to change the water and feed the turtle. good grief.

    • 12.21.14
      Amiyrah said:

      Ha! That’s the one thing about real pets. They do teach responsibility, but only after parents like us remind our kiddos over and over again. That’s why we’re sticking with our 9 year old cat for now 😀 .