WHY YOU SHOULD PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT?
Parents are busier than ever. They are focused on providing financially for their families and managing the stress of day-to-day life. They do not always have time or energy to fulfill a child’s emotional needs.
A child’s world centers on emotion. Their actions express how they feel, whether they play, imagine, draw, laugh, or cry. They miss their loved ones when they’re not there, and they hug with a passion.
Hugging is a basic need. Children hug when they are happy or sad, to show love or to feel comfort. They hug family members, friends, toys, and pets.
EsionBaby believes that the more that children can express this need, the happier and healthier they will be. That’s why we created the Huggy.
GET A HUG, GIVE A HUG
For every Huggy order that we receive, we donate one to a child in need. We will let you know who received it and encourage the children to stay in touch by writing letters. This helps to build the emotional circles for both children.
To date we have provided Huggy friends to children in hospitals and in child care homes, in countries around the world.
Children forge connections to all types of silly things: blankets, stuffed animals, toys, even imaginary friends. But what may be silly to an adult is serious to a child. It’s how they cope with stress, from the minor upsets of toddler life to major trauma.
The Huggy is designed to support a child’s instinct. It encourages a child to express his or her natural emotional instincts, release stress, develop trust, and build independence.
With the special “hold-me-in-my-arms” design, a child can express their desire to snuggle and hug and show affection. This is more natural for the child and promotes the same response with parents and loved ones. Instead of seeking solitude, a child learns to express themselves in healthy ways.
And the benefits stay. Research shows that children who learn stress-coping skills early have fewer emotional and behavioral problems as they grown.
The need to be held is a powerful one. “Crying-in-arms” is different from “crying it out.” When a parent or loved one is not near — or not capable of providing support—the Huggy can provide a layer of support to a child in tears.
The sewn-in puppets also provides benefits. They allow a child to act out their imaginations and their thoughts. In this way they learn to express themselves—either creatively or therapeutically.
The Huggy itself may not stay with them for life. But the lessons they learn from it will.