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The Best Toys for Your Newest Babes!

The Best Toys for Your Newest Babes!

When you've got a new baby at home it can be hard to figure out what toys are best. When everything you see at the store targeting kids with a few more motor skills, and some neck control, you can sometimes settle for having them play with the contents of your tupperware cupboard (what.... that's not a thing?) Well have no fear, and get ready to help your little one have a little more fun. Here's a list of our top infant toys to keep your babe engaged!

Oball 4" Classic Rattle

The Oball is great toy to help baby with their motor skills, and moving things from hand-to-hand. It's also a great toy to help you interact with little one by passing the ball to them. This ball is easy to hold because of it's flexible, cage-like design, that you can read more about here. Babe will also love the rattle on this Oball!

Mary Meyer Cream Putty Bear

Mary Meyer Cream Putty Bear

 Mary Meyer Cream Putty Bear

If your little one needs a little something soft and sweet to help them make it through those long two hour stretches between waking up at night (excuse me while I quietly sob) then the Mary Meyer Cream Putty Bear is just what they need. It is the softest stuffed bear you will ever hold, and your babe will love to fall asleep with it every night!

Lamaze Tilly Twinklewings Toy


Lamaze Tilly Twinklewings Toy

For the go-to sensory experience for your little one this adorable unicorn stuffed animal is the perfect toy for them! With bright colors, and a few different sounds and textures your baby can play with this toy in the car, on their mat, or even to help with reaching during tummy time.

Lucy Darling All Aboard California: A Landscape Primer

When you're babe's in the mood for a good book the Lucy Darling All Aboard books are just the thing. These books have adorable illustrations, and the words will help your little one start to make connections and bulk up their growing vocabulary. There's an entire series of All Aboard books, and to learn all about them check out this post!

 

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