Breezy Mama’s Baby Product Editor Kristen Reno is back with one of her latest picks…
After spending the first month with my baby, I found myself wanting something else to help me interact with him. I had been singing to him and describing things around the house, but wanted something new. He wasn’t quite ready for toys yet, so Time to Play Baby came at the perfect time!
Time to Play Baby offers two versions. First is the deluxe kit which includes a DVD and the 10 toys needed to do the activities. The second option is just the DVD. The DVD is broken down into three age groups (0-3, 3-6 and 6-12).
I received the DVD only – which worked out well for me since I already had quite a few of the toys that are included in the deluxe version.
Here is a list from Time to Play Baby’s creator with just some of the benefits of Time to Play Baby:
- creates a playtime experience that enhances infant cognitive, emotional, social and physical development during the first year.
- enables all families to partake in the most important developmental first year of a baby’s life through a series of skills based play sessions.
- provides flexibility and convenience of instructional infant classes for all family lifestyles and schedules in the cleanliness of your own home.
- provides a year’s worth of activities saving the consumer hundreds of dollars.
- includes 90 minutes of developmental play
- contains 6 interactive age appropriate play sessions
- offers 70 guided activities
- consists of over 25 chants, songs and rhymes
Read more or purchase on their website: www.TimetoPlayBaby.com
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Kristen resides in the Los Angeles area with her husband and son. She works full-time at Wilshire Axon, a digital product and design firm in Westwood Village, CA.
In her free time, besides guest writing for Breezy Mama ;), Kristen enjoys volunteering and fundraising for various organizations including run for her, Alzheimer’s Association, Northern California Chapter, Heal the Bay and is Vice President of the American Cetacean Society, Los Angeles Chapter.