Evelyn Robinson Baby Toys January 28th, 2020 - 04:32:27
Babies are the most wonderful gifts to parents. This is why parents also give the best to their babies. They always want to see their babies happy and content. Even newborn babies will need toys to be happy and busy. If you think that only toddlers can play with so many toys, well, even newborns have tons of different types of toys to play with. Parents just need to choose wisely on the toys that they are purchasing for their newborn babies. It is important that the newborn baby toys are safe, non toxic and hypoallergenic. Here are some examples of newborn baby toys that parents may purchase for their little one.
In the list of educational toys for your little one, you may include bath toys. The brightly colored and squeaking rubber duckling and bath puppets make bathing a fun activity for babies. Make sure that all the baby toys are made of non-toxic materials and do not have sharp edges.
First we will discuss teethers and soft plastic baby toy tips. The teethers and soft toys that are made of a pliable plastic are usually made with PVC or polyvinyl chloride. PVC made toys are not usually a good thing for the baby to have as it is made with a plasicizing chemical called DINP. This chemical has been shown to cause cancer,liver and kidney damage in lab animals that have been given high doses. Even the four percent that has been found in these baby toys of this chemical is forty percent higher than that recommended by baby safety commissions. Safer teethers and soft toys are available on the market just look for those with no phthalate materials used on the label.
In today's time, being practical is one of the hardest things to do. We see expensive things as the best choice to buy, when in fact, there are also durable ones that can be bought at a cheaper cost. There are many places you can go to if you're looking for cheaper baby toys. On the internet, there are sites that cater for cheap but durable baby toys and the prices range from $10 to $20. Practicality is the key. If you are clever, pick a toy that will last until your next baby so that you will not have to spend as much again.
Your baby is naturally born with a grasp reflex. You only have to put a finger into the palm of the tiniest baby to see this at work as they will surprisingly grip it firmly. Toys which usually can be grasped such as rattle or soft toys can help this grasp reflex develop as your baby discovers to hold the toy and move it around. Such grasping toys should have a variety of surfaces including hard, soft, ridged or rough to provide the baby with a range of touch sensations.
When it comes to your baby, toys should be of the highest quality and combine education with fun! Finding good infant toys can be a little problematic, though, when you consider the fact that not only should they be enjoyable and educational, they should also be safe. Whether you are buying a gift for niece or a nephew, or you are looking for something for your own son or daughter, make sure that you only purchase toys that you know are safe.