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    20.09.2018 1 Posted By admin
    You can literally use a baby gym from day one. Some are much more expensive than others, but you really don’t need a fancy one to serve your baby’s purposes. Ideally, you want a baby gym that has loops from which to hang plastic links and toys. Because newborns can really only see high contrast objects (particularly black & white) that are about a foot away, the baby gym should be bright, colorful, and high contrast.Read More
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    20.09.2018 3 Posted By admin
    A set of plastic links is one of the most versatile toys for baby’s first year and only costs about five dollars. Add them to the baby gym as mentioned in Number One. Hang them from the overhead handle of baby’s car seat or stroller for on-the-go entertainment and to keep toys from flying out as baby gets older and begins to toss toys to the ground. Though these links aren’t soft like teething toys, babies love to put them in their mouths and explore the bumpy, wavy textures.Read More
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    20.09.2018 3 Posted By admin
    Some baby gyms include an unbreakable mirror, and you don’t necessarily have to buy a special baby mirror in order for your little one to develop a love of his own reflection. Use plastic links (toy #2) to hang a handheld mirror from the baby gym (toy #1)…see how all these pieces are starting to fit together?Read More
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    20.09.2018 3 Posted By admin
    I love the rattle OBall. Rattle and ball, all in one. It is amazingly diverse and somehow appeals to babies of all ages. It’s webbed design makes it easy for new babies to hold (thanks to the grasp reflex in the first couple months), and you can even hang it from the baby gym with a few plastic links so baby can bat it around and make it rattle. The fact that it is fairly symmetrical and doesn’t have another ball in the middle of it (like some other brands) means it’s easy to roll and bounce with your baby as she gets old enough to sit up and play with it…did you know that learning to roll a ball back and forth with an adult is a great way for babies to learn about the back-and-forth dynamics of communication?Read More
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    20.09.2018 3 Posted By admin
    Sophie is so hot right now. This miniature rubber giraffe is all the rage with today’s teething babies and after owning her for several months, I can see why. She is marketed as a toy that appeals to all the senses. Really, she’s a rubbery toy that is easy for babies to hold, squeaks when squeezed, and is a delight to chew.Read More
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    20.09.2018 3 Posted By admin
    Many baby development websites will tell you to buy or make finger puppets and “perform” for your newborn baby in the first weeks of her life to help engage her and develop her senses of sight and sound. Finger puppets? Really? I don’t even know where to buy finger puppets. A set of bath toys, however, gives you instant access to an entire cast of characters (and voices).Read More
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