First… let’s all admire that sweet little head full of peach fuzz. My son (5) calls it “peach hair.” Ha!
Now, on to the subject of baby toys.
When you have toys strewn all over the house, it’s best if they aren’t unsightly. (TOY MANUFACTURERS PLEASE MAKE A LESS UGLY EXERSAUCER! YOU’LL MAKE A FORTUNE.)
I try to buy toys that are 1) safe, obviously 2) encourage development and 3) are pretty.
Tiny Love makes a line of toys which fits my criteria.
They were kind enough to send me the rock and ball toy to review – and not surprisingly, since it’s brightly colored annnd it’s something she can put in her mouth, our little one loved it. All of the different spheres move around so you can lay it flat on the ground or turn it into a ball to roll around on the floor. It also turns into a tambourine – and if you have children, you’ll know any toy which produces sound will be a favorite.