Meet the Moshling – Snookums the Tumteedum

Meet the Moshling – Snookums the Tumteedum

16 June 2022 • Words by Alyssa Morgan 2 mins

Tumteedum Moshlings are cute little dinosaurs that are hatched from mysterious marzipan eggs. Stranger still, these curious critters age in reverse, so babies are actually hundreds of years old.


Snookums is a Tumteedum and loves love so he finds it hard to say goodbye to the ones he cares about. He’s the perfect Moshling companion to help children navigate feelings of separation anxiety. And even though he looks like a cute baby dinosaur he’s actually hundreds of years old, so he knows plenty about life, loss and how best to deal with both. Through interacting with this little dinosaur’s Moshi content, kids can learn:

Here’s how your children could spend their day with Snookums and Moshi:

Morning: Start the day with a Moshi Moment

Saying Goodbye with Snookums

Learn how Snookums deals with the loss of loved ones, in this comforting Moshi Moment that is filled with tips to help guide little ones through tricky times.


Afternoon: Drift off at naptime with this Moshi Music track

Snookums’ Desert Serenade

Unique and enchanting music that helps little ones relax. Music helps to reduce stress and anxiety and helps little bodies and minds get the midday rest they need.


Night: Wind down the day with this magical bedtime story

Snookums and the Sleepy Desert Kingdom

Travel with a daring little Moshling Tumteedum called Snookums, through Wadi-Wadi Beddi Biddi, a stunning ruby-red desert valley, in search of a hidden city of sleep.


The wizard clicks his fingers and the bed whisks Snookums home
(The genie’s got his camel, so it’s not like he’s alone)
In the morning Snookums wakes up, happy and refreshed
The sleep he’s had was wondrous, his dreams were just the best

On his pillow there’s a note, from the wizard he assumes
It says, “I said I’d help you friend, in fewer than 7 moons!
‘As you see, dear Snookums, sleeping is a breeze
Keep mind and body busy and you’ll always catch some zzzzs’

Snookums and the Sleepy Desert Kingdom




Want to discover more magical moshlings, like Snookums, and their Moshi tracks? Meet Professor Feathersnooze and ShiShi next!

  • Alyssa Morgan