Which Toys to Invest for Your Little One Today to Save Money
Purchasing toys for your little one is exciting. It’s waste to get toys for the newborns as they are unable to see clearly for the first 3 months. However after 3 months they are attracted to sounds.
Invest in fisher price rattles which are funky and colourful. Play gyms are also good option for your baby in 3-6 months age group. I used to use playgym for my little one when she was around 3 months of age. I could be hands free for around 20 minutes as the little one used to keep observing toys around the gym and babble to them. Later on she tried to hold them and feel the toys. It’s a good way of exploration for your little one at this age. They get to learn about colours sounds and helps in building their motor skills. This is must have for your little one. I got my play gym from first cry Babyhug product for around 1200 Rs and it’s worth the price.
After 6 months they try to roll over and don’t enjoy the gyms more. Use a heavy carpet with bedsheet so that the baby has enough room to rollover and plus you are not worried about him hurting his self. Enjoy watching them at this stage. You can even keep little attractive toys like fisher price giraffe and soft toys so that the baby tries to hold them and moves forward in that way.
Purchase fisher price stack toys which are of colourful colours and attractive for your little ones. It’s even mess free as you can stack them at a place and keep aside when not in use. My baby is around 7 months and has been using them since 3 months. I think they can use it till 2 years. It’s available for around 180 Rs fisher price from first cry. it’s of premium quality and is safe for your little one. I even purchased it to gift someone. It’s worth the price.
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