A colourful soft fabric ball with rattle inside & lots of tabs for little hands to grasp and hold on to.
Perfect for a baby gift for either a boy or a girl. Your baby will have hours of fun with this great Lilly & George Ball.
Measures: 110mm high
This is the first product from Lily and George which i purchased and quickly became another adorable product which i simply LOVE! I have the green pink and blue version on the left ~ there is no difference in the balls besides the colours so this comes down to personal preference.
Babies learn through an array of things with one being touch and these taggy balls certainly provide a range of textures with the little 'taggys' around the ball... They are also a great visual aid and ive used with baby as young as 2-3months just for something bright, colourful and different to look at! There are no small parts that could come off or anything so i found them totally safe to leave babies to chew/suck and explore without having to worry ~ being able to chuck them in the washing machine along with everything else is definitely another great bonus plus ive found that they dont fade easily!
Once baby is abit older and can hold objects the taggy ball is a good size and the right weight (not to heavy) to allow them to explore in this way. Once they manipulate the toy to move, the ball also has a rattle which gives them a lovely suprise.
Ive also experienced older siblings happily using this product to interact with their baby sister/brother by rolling the ball across the room to them etc.
Definitely wouldn't hesitate in buying again, either for myself or as a gift :)
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A bunch of colourful flowers that play various tunes with flashing lights to delight little eyes and ears.
Enlightening babies through all stages:
-Five colourful faces light up
-Fun for baby to reach, tug, and bat
-Fun textures for tactile development
-Includes chimes & 3 songs!
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