Those are cute.
They got me thinking about robots that look anything but human compared to robots trying to look like humans. I think there needs to be both. The reason, if you are like a "Big Kid" and have a good imagination-- you can relate to anything as they are. But I know, that there are many people who no matter how advanced a robot is, if it doesn't look human will never see it as anything but a smart toy. They need to have that human look before ever having a chance to get to another level of interactivity or acceptance.
I noticed this not only in visual but audio terms too. Many of my older relatives can never understand digital synthesized voices, those that sound robotic. But the human sounding voices they understand and even respond to with thank you's from time to time and that always gets a laugh out of me and I feel happy they are accepting the technology.