go to link First of all, I did not post yesterday as I was spending a wonderful day with my girls and my dad. We had a great time, got a few home projects done, and just enjoyed each other’s company. I like blogging, but if I have the choice between blogging and time with my family, I’m going to choose my family without a second thought.
http://ellyservicedirectory.com/essay-writing-service-vancouver/ I have been doing a “parenting- related” top five list each Monday for a few weeks now. I didn’t bill it as a series, but rather as sharing some things we love and work well for us. Here are five infant toys for building motor skills that we absolutely love.
follow url This thing is so cool- it plays over 65 different songs and melodies, and has lights and colors to keep the baby’s attention. My kiddo really loves hers.
go site No lights and melodies here. These toys are just simple, colorful, and great at helping the littles develop their pincer grasp. My kiddo likes to throw hers.
My daughter has an older version of this table (which also belonged to my older daughter) and she loves it. You can take the legs off for when your baby is able to sit up, but not quite old enough to pull up and stand. It has songs, alphabet, letters, English vocabulary, and Spanish vocabulary. There are several buttons kids can push and manipulate.
4. Fisher Price Rock a Stack
Who didn’t have one of these things growing up? This is a classic toy and there is a reason they’ve been so popular for so long. This can be used to teach size comparison, colors and the rings make good teethers as well.
This puppy sings, teaches the alphabet, and names for body parts, too. My kiddo loves to play the music and watch the little heart light up. This is a hand-me-down from her big sister, but she loves it!
I hope you enjoyed this top five list. Tune in next week for a list of toys for a pre-schooler/five year old girl.
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