Wobble, wiggle, smile and giggle with the Fisher-Price Go Baby Go 123 Crawl-Along Snail.
This cheerful friend is fun in so many ways! For tummy time, baby will enjoy looking in the mirror, listening to music and sounds. For sit-up play, there's back and forth rocking motion. And when baby's ready to crawl, the snail will lead the way, wobbling along with lively music and dancing lights!
Baby was given two of these for Christmas, and it's hard to believe how popular the toy has been with both my daughters. This toy is a large snail, with that familiar friendly smile that all Fisher-Price toys have. On its back is a cute little Ladybug, who rides on the snail and has a back and forth motion too. On the side of the snail is a nice big mirror. My daughters both like to look in the mirror. Baby likes to squeal at the baby she finds there.
This toy rolls along, back and forth wherever my baby pushes him. There is an on/off button that has two volume settings as well. I love that about this toy. I can put it on quietly, so baby gets the reward of music and the snail saying "weeee!" in his almost Elmo style voice. Or I can turn it off to save battery, or so I can hear myself think. Of course my eldest thinks the only acceptable setting for this toy is the highest volume. But again, it is so easy to adjust.
At nearly $40, its quite a pricey toy. But if its for a niece or a nephew its probably about right for a gift amount. It has the annoyance factor of being a noise-making toy. But it also has that volume/off button that is a sanity saver so your sibling would probably forgive you. I love how bright and colourful this is. I love the lights and the ease of use. My daughters both play with this so it appeals not just to babies but to primary-aged kids too.
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