Before anyone out there decides to grab their phone or email account, no, I am not pregnant. Chill! Yeah, there’re still family members out there, scattered all over the world (like *cough* Sweden) who insist that we should try for a girl. Yeah, not happening. 😛
Tiny Love – My Nature Pals Stroll
Recently I got the opportunity of working with Tiny Love on a review which, even though I do not have babies, I was more than happy to do!! Baby toys are so darn cute…and even at their age, my boys loved toying and goofing around with Tiny Love’s My Nature Pals.
Now that my boys are too old for strollers, or too cool for them, I wish I would have had this amazing toy to keep them entertained when on the go. Instead, we had a few of the plastic chains, some tiny stuffed animals hanging from them, and a mirror. They were always well behaved and would only wail when hungry. It would have still made an awesome toy.
Tiny Love – My Nature Pals: Features
Reasons are many for why I find My Nature Pals to be an awesome toy. For instance, it fits on most strollers and baby carriers, meaning there is no need to have more than one for each. Plus, once you are done with it, or need extra space, or anything, the stroller toy can be easily folded and stored away!
Also, the colors are bright and neutral so both boys and girls can play with them (not that there is anything wrong with boys liking purples and pinks, my oldest likes purple).
One of the feautres I like best is the attachment joints. It might be its chunkiness or the colors…or the way they look, I think they are awesome. They are bright and they are part of the toy and not just a piece of it.
These little claws allow for the Tiny Love stroller toy to be able to attach to both stroller and car seats.
They also look like little orange robot hands! Or, is it just me?
This toy is great for two age stages. From 0+, batting and sensory exploration: the colors and pattern are great for sensory exploration; the butterfly is specially designed for batting (always loved seeing my boys’ reaction to the toy being batted flinging back at them).
As mothers we all know the importance of mirrors: they teach babies how to focus, track images, and explore their face and the things it can do (smiles, winks, frowns, etc). So of course there is a mirror! There has to be a mirror!
It also caters to babies 5m+, pulling for cause and effect learning. Learning cause and effect has to be even better than being surprised by a swinging toy. I am sure that, if you are a mom, the look of pride in your child’s eyes is the best thing ever. Seeing your baby realize that if they pull the handle the flower spins is amazing. Then they won’t stop.
This handle can be turned into a teether, hence the dotted texture on it. Genius!
The flower can also be spun without the need to pull on the handle. The middle of the flower will surely keep them enthralled. I tried spinning the flower, and got dizzy from looking into it!
There is also this cute little crinkly frog and an even cuter squirrel whose tummy is a colorful rattle. These two would have been my oldest son’s favorite. He always loved the crinkly toys that made sound every time he would touch them. Plus, most babies love rattles, right?!
All in all these is a great developmental toy that will not only keep your little one entertained for a while, but it will also teach a few important life lessons.
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