TINY LOVE Meadow Days Collection Christopher Fox Wind Chime | ANB Baby
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TINY LOVE Meadow Days Collection Christopher Fox Wind Chime

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TINY LOVE

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Take a fun friend along while on-the-go with our Wind Chime toy. This colorful clip toy features soft textures, engaging crinkly fabric, and wind chime sounds to encourage play. Attach the Wind Chime Toy to a Gemini Activity Gym or stroller so that your baby can see it, and at a distance that can easily be reached with an outstretched hand. Your baby will enjoy the soft sound of the wind-chime, which becomes a familiar and comforting element over time.

As your baby grows, they spend a lot of time watching the toy dangling above them, randomly reaching out with their hand and batting at the toy, causing it to swing and make pleasing sounds - a captivating effect that encourages them to try time and again. The Wind Chime Toy attaches easily to strollers and carriers.

Sweet sounding wind chime toy

  • Charming on the go toy that produces sweet sounding audio feedback that stimulates the senses and helps develop fine motor skills.
  • Engaging high-contrast basic colors especially appropriate for young babies.
  • Featuring Christopher, an all-smiles inquisitive fox named after the great explorer, Christopher Columbus.
  • Part of the Meadow Days™ Collection! Encouraging your baby's development by inspiring Moments of Wonder™.

Features:

  • Wind chime
  • Variety of playful, soft textures
  • Crinkly fabrics
  • Easy-to-grasp ring

Age Tips:

Use the clip to hang the take-along toy on your baby's infant seat, stroller, or crib for on-the-go and indoor fun.

0-2 Months
Hold the snail around 10 inches away from your baby's face and, after baby's gaze focuses on the toy, slowly move it from side to side.

2-4 Months
Baby randomly reaches out with her hand to touch the snail toy, causing it to swing and move.

4-6 Months
Baby’s grasp reflex disappears and her hand-control improves, allowing her to reach out confidently and pull the toy to make it jitter. Note that the fun peek-a-boo feature can help baby take her first steps in understanding object permanence.