Entertain little ones at home or on the go with this huggable, taggable Infantino Hug & Tug Musical Flamingo! Easy to hang from car seats or strollers.
Just pull on her rings to stretch out her colorful neck to its full length. Then, listen to the flamingo sing a sweet lullaby as she slowly climbs up again. Includes clacker rings for pulling and playing.
Sleepy newborn babies are mostly focused on nursing and napping. But as soon as a baby realizes his hands and feet exist, they will quickly begin to use them to explore, play and learn.
Your baby goes through a few various stages as they learn how to interact with toys and other objects around them. Here’s what to expect from month to month:
- By month 4: Your baby will learn to reach for an object with one hand. By this age, they will also be able to hold and shake a toy, as well as swing at dangling objects.
- By month 6: Most babies at this age can try to get an item that is out of reach and pass objects from one hand to another.
- By month 9: Your 9-month-old is a pro at moving toys and other objects smoothly from one hand to another and picking items up with a new pincer grasp.
- By 12 months: As they approach their first birthday, your almost-toddler can bang two toys together. They can also manoeuvre their toys in new ways, such as by placing them in a container (and taking them out again), as well as letting go of objects easily.
The Infantino team thinks smart, creates smart, and has loads of fun while doing it. Their joy comes from watching the world love and use the Infantino toys daily.