Published at Sunday, April 21st, 2019 - 23:56:17 PM. Baby Activities & Gear. By Teodora Gentile.
You'll definitely want to consider what types of materials that your toddler's toys are made of. Certain things are not safe for children and could potentially harm your child. Make sure that toys are made of non-toxic materials. You should also look for fabric toys to be flame resistant or flame retardant. All of your child′s toys should also be lead-free. For these reasons, it′s best to avoid older hand-me-down toys. Older toys likely won‵t meet today‵s safety standards and could contain dangerous substances such as lead. It´s also important to include educational toys when choosing toys for your toddler. Your child learns so much of what they learn through play and choosing toys that foster that learning will help your child´s mental development. There is a saying that play is a child`s work and that couldn`t be truer.
Features to Look for baby carries: Well-padded, adjustable shoulder straps, Sun shade to shield baby, Ergonomic design puts baby front and center and close enough to kiss, Wide base strap, Wide seat for baby. Some moms prefer the cozy comfort of a basic baby wrap, while others want the multiple carrying positions (and extra support!) a soft-structured wrap offers. A carrier makes life with a newborn easier, whether you’re at home or on the move. Baby carrying is more than a trend. Rather, it has evolved over time out of both necessity and convenience as it functions to liberate the hands (and lives) of parents while simultaneously comforting baby and fostering bonding between baby and parent. At the forefront of the baby carrying evolution stands the Ergobaby All Position 360 baby carrier. The All Position 360 is a soft-structured baby carrier boasting maximum comfort for baby and parent. It’s designed with a padded, adjustable waist belt and shoulder straps, and has built-in lumbar support. The All Position 360, as its name suggests, features four different baby position options, which include front carry-facing out, front carry-facing parent, back carry, and hip carry (recommended positions vary by age).
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