You suspect that Santa, grandma and your own enthusiasm joined efforts and created a mound of blinking, singing, educational nonsense throughout your house. What can you do to deal with the toy stash?
The Fisher-Price Luv U Zoo Jumperoo. My fingers got tongue-tied just typing that twister. Anyway, this toy is just as cool looking as it is cool sounding. I think that if they made one of these toys in my size, they could really make some dough. Actually, pretend you didn’t see that, I think I’m gonna copy write it.
When shopping for toys for your little one, things can get a little crazy. The “products” that companies are calling toys these days can be baffling to even the most progressive mommies and daddies. So how do we go about buying toys for our babies that enhance their growing minds, not turn them to mush?
The beauty of this age is that it takes very little effort on your part to keep your baby engaged and happy. YOU are the favorite toy. Your baby is all about being the center of attention and will bask in every conversation and silly face you make.
Toy recalls from reputable brands make headlines almost every day and they only address a limited amount of risks. Here are 12 ways you can reclaim the fun and reduce the worries when it comes to playtime. Make your toy box healthier for your child and the planet.
You may not be sure what kind of toys, or how many, you baby should have. It's likely that you hear conflicting advice that runs from one extreme to another! It's either: "Don't give your baby toys -- he'll be spoiled," to "Give your baby lots of toys -- they develop his brain." So...which is it?
Millions of dollars are spend every year on products designed to make their child smarter and more alert. But nothing matches parental interaction for helping a child grow and learn. Talking, singing, and cuddling all play a vital role in your child's development. So does play time.
Toys do more than just keep babies entertained -- they're extremely important for their mental, physical, intellectual and social development. Toys are the tools that teach baby about their world.
Research shows that many disabilities and learning disorders in young children can be avoided by providing appropriate cognitive stimulation as early as possible. By giving your baby the right stimulation, you can ward off such problems and groom your baby for pre-school and the challenges that follow.