|BEAUTIFUL TEXTURES AND COLOURS FOR BABY TO EASILY GRASP|
|Let your baby's first toy be a lovely little wooden rattle. That fresh vision,that new found curiosity, let it all fly beyond . Your baby's world will open to the stars. Whether inside a cozy room or outside romping around in the sun your baby can rattle away! Entriguing rattling sounds, beautiful lollipop colours! yummy! nibble, nibble! rattle! rattle! |
------6 month old baby playing------
|AROUND 2 MONTHS OLD ....|
|Tiny fingers finally find a mouth, yippie! Time to suck fingers! Put something in that tiny little fist and for a short moment it will be held tight. Slowly, with patience and time, that hold will become stronger and stronger. Until those tiny fists have a long fierce hold on things, be your child's hands. Playfully teach ways of shaking and rattling toys. Your child is incredibly sensitive at this age, the development of the brain is becoming more and more intricate and intense. At this point in development , aside from simple feelings and movements, your baby is processing an intricate network of delicate sensibilities. Speak to your child in expressive tones, let laughter fill your heart. Joyful expressions of wonder will bring about a sense of happiness. Cuddle and coo with your baby, whisper little words of joy and comfort; "Beautiful, beautiful baby! My sweet darling! Koochi Koochi Koo! Where's that lovely smile? Kissy Kissy!." Be expressive, show your baby feelings of love; don't be shy.This type of character building is very important for a healthy happy baby.|
|AROUND 3 MONTHS OLD...|
|And so, this is when a baby discovers the mystery of hands. Babies stare at their own hands in wonder, make fists , push fists into mouths, suck fingers, confirming motor development establishes brain to eye to hand movements. Place a Sunny Rattle nearby and it will be come a part of the adventure. The texture of the balls will be happily explored via little fingers and mouth.The neck also becomes stronger at this time, turning the head from side to side responding to audio and visual stimuli. Turning toward a sound, looking to see what made the sound is a series of brain signals that bring the child farther and farther along in mental and physical coordination. Visual stimuli reaches the brain , the brain then registers necessary information, whether or not to reach out with the hands is determined, finally the command whether or not to move is given. This chain of events explains a simple hand movement. Simple but miraculous in terms of brain development. Why not give your baby a toy that will develop these miraculous coordinations of mind and body. |
|ABOUT 4 MONTHS OLD...|
|The baby doesn't hesitate to grab and shake a rattle at this time.( Even banging the head with an overzealous rattle might bring a surprised cry from the little one. Dropping the rattle, picking it up again, shaking it, sucking it, dropping it again. This repetitive play fully exercises the five senses. Curiosity peaks and the baby wonders, thinking "What's that?", at the evershifting forms of this toy. It not only moves, it makes sounds, too! Have fun with your little one, be inspired!
------3 month old ... Is it tasty?------
------Like a donut!------
------Too Much Fun Sleepy Time------
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