Tomopop Unboxes: Vamplets

8:30 PM on 07.02.2010 // Colette Bennett

When I got home earlier this week, a found a nifty little box awaiting my arrival with a sticker on it. Curious, I opened the box to find some very interesting little bundles of joy awaiting me inside (and then some). Called Vamplets, these precious little demons from hell had come to live with me, and I was going to have to get up to speed on motherhood fast. Of course, they also drink blood instead of milk, so I have that to contend with...

These little cuties are $16.95 a pop and can be bought through the Vamplets shop, should you be so inclined to get some of your own. Or, you could be the 35th person to comment on this post and I'll send you this pair for free. You see, I thought I'd try this nursing thing, and I quickly learned that was not the right thing to do. Do nipples grow back?

Hit the jump for my unboxing!




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