my little worry child | magical worry plaque


Alessia has always been an emotional child, the quieter one out of my two eldest daughters.She seems to take the world on her little soldiers, i believe she is definitely an old soul and i often find her writing about the worries she has and things that are playing on her mind.


We sit and discuss things that are bothering her and sometimes they might be little things that have happened at school that we can laugh and giggle them away, but then there are others that really affect her and seem to keep her up at night.

We have been using The Magical Fairy Worry Plaque by the Irish Fairy Door Company for the past couple of months. The worry plaque works by your little one placing their hand on it and thinking of their worry, the plaque will glow red whilst they are doing this. When the fairies have heard their worries the plaque will then go green which means all their worries have now gone to the fairies.



Alessia has been mesmerised by this plaque,we have Incorporated it into our bedtime routine so she can get rid of anything that has been playing on her mind before bed. It does come with attachments to hang on the wall but she prefers teddy to look after it.

 Retailing at £19.99 i think it is very reasonable priced for what it aims to do. There are also some lovely free video affirmations on the website which make it a little bit personal and special.
 A lovely gift for your little worrier.

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12 comments

  1. That is a lovely lovely idea. It's teaching your little one great habits too. I've seen worry dolls that are used in the same way but this plaque is so much more visual!

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  2. What a wonderful idea. I too have a worrier for a daughter and this is a lovely way to give them a chance to release those worries x

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  3. Oh I have a worrier too! Infact my eldest daughter and son are both worriers. This sounds like such a good idea, we've tried the worry dolls but not this. I will have to give it a try!

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  4. I love this! What an incredible idea for worried little ones.

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  5. Isaac is a bit of a worrier and I have been considering getting him this too. It looks fab

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  6. This sounds like a lovely idea. Anything that helps relieve worries from little minds is truly wonderful x

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  7. This looks great, my eldest worries alot mainly down to the fact because she has ADHD its caused her to fall behind in school now she does to year 6 she worrying about all the tests

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  8. This is such a wonderful idea and a great foundation for meditation as little ones grow up. It's such a good price as well.

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  9. This is great for little worriers. I like the idea. I would love one for myself too!

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  10. We have one of these and it was magical watching Matthew's worries being taken away. I think we may need it again when school goes back.

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  11. What a lovely idea, it's nice it gets kids to share their worries and to talk about them

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  12. This looks amazing, what a nice idea xx

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