Lucky Frog and lucky us

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According to many cultures’ storytelling traditions, all water rites belong to frogs. They’re considered rainmakers and they teach us to honor the tears that cleanse our souls. Because water is so important to survival, frogs are considered good luck in many cultures.

You don’t get to be in charge of something as important as water rites without also having a reputation for being pretty smart. Because they slip so easily from egg to tadpole to a fully formed version of themselves, frogs symbolize transition and transformation. Although every living thing experiences transformation, frogs are instant visible proof that letting go of what no longer serves you and moving to the next stage in life brings great reward. Lucky frog, indeed!

And if you’re a fan of Sparkhead Kids’ Forest Friends collection, lucky you, too! Lucky Frog is featured on one of our super soft cushion covers and in our print collection. He’s ready to share his lessons in life with you and your little ones.

Lucky Frog can also tell you a few things about working with your strengths. Frogs’ back legs are a miraculously engineered combination of muscles and tendons that allow them to jump an average of 150 times their length. Or maybe Lucky Frog will teach you that sometimes it’s not physical strength that is important. Sometimes you can accomplish your goals with the gift of your tongue.

They say you have to kiss a lot of frogs to find your prince (or princess) but even though Lucky Frog is kissable, we think you’ll see his inner and outer beauty right away.

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