1st Step Dog Face Soft Plush Wrist Rattle Cum Toy

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Style Code : ST-3160DOG
Product Name : 1st Step Dog Face Soft Plush Wrist Rattle Cum Toy
Product Description : 1st Step Soft Rattles Are Made With The Sole Purpose Of Entertaining Your Little One. The Soft Plush Animal Gives A Friendly Face Your Baby Can Grab On To. Bright Colors That Captivate Your Baby. Babies From Birth Up To 12, 16, 24 Months Even Can Play With These Toys. Whether Playing In His/Her Crib, Sitting In The High Chair, Or Traveling In The Car, Your Little One Will Enjoy Hours Of Interactive Play. The Soft Rattles Have No Sharp Edges And Are Safe For Your Little Ones To Play With. These Funky Rattles Have A Very Comfortable Grip. The Outer Layer Of The Rattle Is Made Of Soft Velour Fabric, Which Makes It Extremely Soft And Comfortable For Your Little One To Play With.
Color : Green
  1. Encourages Early Sensory Development :- This Rattle Toy Help Develop Babies Senses And Sight With The Bright Colors And Patterns, And Develops Fine Motor Skill By Touching And Feeling Various Textures And Designs. The Toy Also Develops Hand Eye Coordination. Hold Baby's Attention Longer And Activities To Keep Their Little Fingers Busy.
  2. Adorable Plush Rattle Toy For Newborns:- The Soft Plush Animal Gives A Friendly Face Your Baby Can Grab On To. Bright Colors That Captivate Your Baby And Key Ensure Your Toddler Is Always Engaged. The Rattle Is The Best Toys For Babies
  3. Keep Your Baby Busy With Hours Of Fun :- Babies From Birth Up To 12, 16, 24 Months Even. Whether Playing In His/Her Crib, Sitting In The High Chair, Or Traveling In The Car, Your Little One Will Enjoy Hours Of Interactive Play And Exploration With This Cute, Cuddly Stroller Toy.
  4. Thoroughly Tested BPA Free Safe Toy:- We All Know That Everything Babies Get Their Hands On Goes Into Their Mouth So Our Toy Is 100% Non-Toxic Baby Rattle, Phthalate Free, BPA Free, Completely Safe Baby Toy For Your Baby, Infant Or Toddler.

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