Toys R Us Hot Toy list for 2010 Top 15

Toys r us has rolled out the hot toys for 2010. Now is the time to make those purchases, most products come Christmas will be hard to find, and the ones you do find, the seller will more then likely be the Grinch and jack the price way high, and I know what it is like being a parent and wanting to get that one thing on your child’s Christmas list.

Calico Critters Townhome from International Playthings
Cuponk! from Hasbro Games
Disney Princess & Me Dolls from JAKKS Pacific
Imaginext Disney Pixar Toy Story 3 Playset TriCounty Landfill Junkyard from Fisher-Price
Fast Lane Wild Fire RC from Toys R Us
Imaginext BIGFOOT the Monster from Fisher-Price
Leapster Explorer from LeapFrog
Loopz Game from Mattel
Minotaurus from LEGO Systems
Monster High Cleo DeNile and Deuce Gorgon doll set from Mattel
NERF N-Strike Stampede ECS from Hasbro
Pillow Pets from Ontel Products
Sing-a-ma-jigs! from Mattel
Squinkies Cupcake Surprise! from blip toys
Tomica Hypercity Mega Station Set from TOMY

I have personally reviewed the Pillow Pets, as well as the Squinkies. Not only did both these products pass the mom test, but they also passed the kid test. Since doing the review on the Squinkies we have purchased almost all the Squinkies they have as of right now.

While making decisions to make the purchases for the hot toys this year, do not think “oh I will get it when it gets closer to Christmas” doing this may end up costing you either an arm and a leg, or a disappointed child on Christmas morning.

About Jammie Morey

Jammie is of Native American descent, she has family from the Ojibway/Chippewa tribe in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. She was born and raised in Michigan. She enjoys doing many things with her family. Some of those activities include geocaching, hiking, fishing, playing games together as a family, and just being silly with her daughter. Jammie is Owner of The Neat Things in Life. For more information visit on Google+.


  1. mark hallen says:

    When the Hottest Toys list first appeared, way back in 1829, it was released by Enos van Dyck’s Young’uns Emporium in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. There were only 5 toys on it in those days, because they were simpler times. Here was the list:

    Slate (a quaint ancestor of Etch-a-Sketch®)
    Hoop and Stick (that game that is still played by children in every colonial village recreation in America)

    Incredibly, this list did not change for almost eight decades, when the Hoop and Stick was replaced by the Teddy Roosevelt Action Figure. (more at

    • Isn’t it amazing how much things have changed. Even since when I was a kid, they have cooler and more complex toys, now a days.

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