The cat’s monkey’s pajamas.

Prepare for the squeees! Here’s an adorable little girl monkey riding a pink scooter … on pajamas. I actually know quite a few of the scooterists in “The Emerald City Flying Monkeys Scooter Club” (Seattle, WA) and I know they’re going to be pissed that this doesn’t come in adult sizes. Sorry guys! Still for $14.94 you can suit up your little one in a size range of 6 Months to Age 5.

Thanks to Tammy D. for this find!

Hello Kitty is not Japanese.

She’s English! Born in London in 1974 according to Sanrio. Hence the often seen scooter. (Not to mention mod fashion sense.) So here’s some more Hello Kitty Scooter goodness available over in Europe. A children’s bedding set for 66,00 Euros. It’s made in Italy by “Gabel.” Shipping to the US may be possible for you hard core HK fanatics?

Hello Kitty Bedding Set

Rocky and Spanky go to a Party

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This is very, very cute. Two sock monkeys ride their scooter and sidecar all over town looking for a birthday present. Here’s the description from Amazon:
“In this kids’ book debut by sisters Kara and Jenna Lareau, Rocko and Socko (a funky pair of sock-monkey twins) couldn’t be more excited about buying a gift and dressing up for a big birthday party on Saturday. In a spunky collage of digital photos and kitschy-chic illustrations, the action starts quickly for these simian siblings, who tear off at the beginning of the book in a sidecar-equipped Vespa. But can they agree on what to buy at the Gift-o-Rama? And then there’s deciding on the right party outfits, an equally contentious affair: “What about these boots?” asks Spanky. “Can I pull off the western look?” “Please do,” says Rocko.” But after some good-natured squabbling, the duo is ready to arrive at the party, fully decked out and gift in hand. The only problem: Who’s birthday is it? Could these twins have possibly forgotten their own birthday?”

Rocko and Spanky Go to a Party at