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Pretty colors, soothing shapes, and developmental benefits—what’s not to love? Baby mobiles make a sweet impression, inspiring delight in babies and parents alike. It might not seem like newborns do much aside from eating and sleeping for the first few months of life — but they’re actively learning all about the world around them using their five senses. Continue reading “At what age do babies look at mobiles?” »

Blocks are perhaps the most basic kinds of toys, but they’re anything but boring. Blocks are universally entertaining, but while your little one discovers the joys of building and stacking, they’re also learning a lot. In addition to improving motor skills, playing with blocks also enhances problem-solving abilities. Continue reading “How does stacking toys help develop fine motor skills?” »

Preschoolers and kindergartners have longer attention spans than toddlers. Typically they talk a lot and ask a lot of questions. They like to experiment with things and with their still-emerging physical skills. They like to play with friends—and don’t like to lose! They can take turns—and sharing one toy by two or more children is often possible for older preschoolers and kindergarteners. Continue reading “What age are finger puppets for?” »

Some people are under the impression that, since safe sleep recommendations say not to place loose blankets in a baby’s crib for sleep, you don’t need any baby blankets. This simply isn’t true! Baby blankets are useful for so much more than sleeping, and many blankets can be used to tightly and safely swaddle your newborn. Baby blankets are so adorable, it’s hard not to want them all! Continue reading “How many blankets do you need for a baby?” »

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