Tiny Love Woodland Take-Along Arch Stroller Toy | Little Baby Singapore
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Tiny Love Woodland Take-Along Arch Stroller Toy

$49.90

Brand Tiny Love

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Tiny Love Woodland Take-Along Arch Stroller Toy
Beautifully designed and easy-to-carry, this cute stroller toy will amuse and engage your baby

  • Stimulates baby’s visual development & fine motor skills
  • Flexible arch allows to easily angle toy towards baby
  • Designed with basic patterns & colors to attract baby's attention
  • Universal large clip fits most strollers and baby carriers

 

0-3 months
During the first three months, your baby needs stimuli for watching and focusing. Stimuli should be placed at an optimal distance (8-12 inches) and should include some movement.
2-4 month
As he lies on his back facing the toys hanging within arm's reach, baby can gaze in the apple-shaped mirror, play with the snail teether or gaze at the toys dangling in front of him.
4-6 months
Baby’s developing senses and hand control allow him to reach out to the toys confidently, bat at the owl rattle, play peek-a-boo with crinkly leaf, hold the snail teether and pull them to his mouth for further exploration.