From bath time to bedtime the use of toys, especially those with multi sensory processing components, are great for your baby’s happiness and development.
As well as thinking about getting your baby cute looking and cuddly toys, it’s important to note that the toys you get for you precious growing one has to be durable and also aid in stimulating your baby’s growth.
Good toys that are best for developing your baby’s motor skills and gaining their attention are ones that they can easily grasp, colored in the right schemes, featuring variety in fabric texture or other source materials that are nontoxic, and most especially toys that don’t have bits and pieces that can cause choking, because babies will always put everything to their mouths.
Babies also love things that they can shake and hear it’s rattle.
Engage your babies from the very beginning with toys that stimulate their senses of sight, hearing and touch.
You can get them started with a teether, self discovery mirror and rattle, later adding cuddly teddies to baby’s first book, would make life fun and educational for your baby.
Musical toys are great ideas for babies. They can get your baby engaged when you need to distract them so you can go about getting other things done.
A good play mat or baby gym is excellent for lying on their back to pushing up on their tummy, sitting up to play with on the go toys.
A nice idea for nappy changing is using overhead clip-on toys to preoccupy your baby’s attention.
Finally here, having a baby blanket for warmth and serious snuggle time would be lovely for your baby.