In my search for thyroid things on-line, I came across an etsy store called Plusheez, which sells thyroid plushies. Well, I had to get one!
I love cute things, thyroid things and cuddly things, so I couldn’t say no.
How cute is it?! She even included a ‘baby thyroid’ as it was delivered a little later than expected.
It’s measurements are:
Height -25cm (10 inches)
Width – 23cm (9.5 inches)
And it’s made out of fleece. It is well made, to a professional standard, and at £15.00, very reasonably priced. I can imagine a child would love this.
The thyroid plushie took about six weeks to be made and shipped out from Northern Ireland, but it’s worth the wait. It’ll make me smile, even when I’m having a crappy thyroid day.
You can buy it here.
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