Our daughter was starting to pull her self up so we wanted to encourage her. This lets her pull her self up, stand or walk if she chooses.The walker is designed with balance and also enough resistance she cant push forward too easily. If you want to encourage your child to stand and walk this is a great product.
I bought this toy for my daughter, who has just turned nine months old and I'm very pleased with it. The toy is of excellent quality, having been thoughtfully designed and very nicely made. All the components are very appealing to an infant, being brightly coloured, tactile and exciting to shake and squeeze. Lifting the basket and shaking the pieces (and crawling across the floor to reach the toy!) develop gross motor skills; exploring the textures with fingertips, opening the lid and grasping the pieces to move them in and out of the basket use the fine motor skills. I love that the sandwich comes apart, a feature that will further develop thinking and fine motor skills and add to the imaginitive play possibilities for a toddler. The toy offers so many starting points for talk - with younger infants about colour, shape and basic actions, and with young children more complex imaginitive narratives. Love it!
Received this in a timely manner unfortunately it only has half a smile. I don't know if it is a factory defect or designed that way, I have to give it to my grandson for his first birthday no time to return for one with full smile. I'm disappointed, but will continue to use Overstock.com
This Princess Sophie doll is sooo well-made and adorable and cute that I now want ALL of the Lamaze plush toys (but even as a new mother... I do know not every toy is truly needed!!)... this one almost serves as multiple toys because while my almost 3 month old doesn't care about the clacking jewels yet, she has loved the crinkling sound of the dress for over a month and also inside of the dress (under it) are black, white, and red designs that babies LOVE to look at (and are also great for their brain and eyesight development). I'll still give the best rating either way, but a teether piece and rattling something sounds (not just clacking jewels) would've been a great bonus. So.. not the cheapest toy, but also completely worth it! :)
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