We hear it all of the time. Babies are born ready to learn and play. Mental stimulation is so important for their growth and development. But are we doing everything we can to get them engaged? A lot of toys that we may be giving and receiving at baby showers are often for 6 months and up but what about newborns? Yoee Baby has developed a great line of toys that allow us to play with those brand new babies!
We need to start stimulating our new baby’s senses right away and these toys are developed with that in mind. Each toy comes with a different bright colored animal, several different textures for baby to feel and be touched with, different sounds; they all crinkle and rattle, and even a teething ring on the bottom. The tops of each toy are so soft and fluffy and baby will love feeling it on their face and body! The top tail was designed with a feather in mind and babies love being tickled by it. Who doesn’t love seeing a new baby giggle? The toys have a little handle on the back for parents to use for playtime but will also transition with baby as they grow so that they can hold it themselves.
Another thing that I absolutely love is that they are machine washable. Let’s be honest, babies are messy! Being able to wash and bring their favorite toy back to new is huge. The construction of these toys is great and you can be confident knowing that they are made to last. Add these to your registry if you are expecting and plan to bring one to your next baby shower if you aren’t! Such a fun and multipurpose toy for baby with development and stimulation in mind. Everyone will absolutely love Yoee Baby!
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