Effective in 2017, a new rear facing law goes into effect that requires babies are not forward facing until two years. This has many people very upset, even though the law is designed to protect their baby. Many of the unhappy parents reasons include that their baby isn’t happy if they can’t see them and that they don’t like staring at the back of a seat because they get bored. Luckily companies have taken this into account and there are new ways to keep them happy including the new Spin ’n’ Kick Discovery Arch™ from Tiny Love!
It easily connects onto a car seat or stroller like most arches but with a very unique design I’ve never seen before!
This has two rows of toys; one for the hands and one for the feet. Brilliant! Many people complain that their babies feet are up on the seat when rear facing past one. This will definitely give those little feet and toes something to keep them occupied and distracted from any discomfort!
To attach you just turn the orange round dial, clamp on and the tighten and loosen as needed.
I attached to a different place than I might have with a younger baby to accommodate his growing limbs! I like that you have the option to put it anywhere the clamps will fit.
You can even switch it between the hands and toes since they are interchangeable to mix it up a little!
As with all of their toys; every little detail has been considered. From the bright colors to the different textures it’s all designed with baby in mind! I really like that they always have an age guide with their toys so you can see what baby can do at which age.
During the first three months, baby’s vision needs stimulation. The Spin ’n’ Kick Discovery Arch includes fun, colorful toys that are perfect for this purpose.
Your baby is beginning to understand cause & effect and will love experimenting with the fun hands and feet paddles. Make sure the arch is positioned at an appropriate distance for both hands and feet exploration.
Gradually, baby will learn to control his movements and move the paddles and dangling toys as he pleases.
Even past these ages, toddlers will enjoy this toy as my two year old does!
He might be in a different place of learning but it doesn’t stop this from being pure entertainment for him! He’s got some powerful kicks now too so I can attest to it’s durability!
He likes to pretend to read the book and spin everything around as fast as he can!
Another thing to keep those little hands busy, especially young newborns and infants, is the Tiny Smarts crinkly raccoon!
All three of my kids have absolutely loved anything crinkly! There’s just something about that sound that appeals to them! They can hold this loosely in their hands or it can be clipped on a car seat or stroller as well. I like the attention to detail on this little guy. He even has a tail which I haven’t seen before. Usually they just have a head!
If your kids are super active like mine and need a little help being entertained in the car along with some important things like improving motor skills and coronation, you have to check out the Spin n’ Kick Discovery Arch and Crinkly Travel Toy from Tiny Love!
Product Description of Arch
Double the fun! Feature-packed activity arch for hands and feet
Reinforces self-discovery and cognitive development with a wide selection of fun features and toys: rotating rattling paddles, crinkly peek-a-boo book, puppy rattle and more.
Uniquely designed with stimulating activities for babies hands AND feet. For extra interest, simply swap between the arches – interchanging between the hand and feet activities.
Arch easily attaches to strollers and baby carriers and angles towards baby for ideal positioning.
Designed with contrasting colors that stimulate baby.
Fine Motor Skills
Gross Motor Skills
Product Description of Crinkly Raccoon
An adorable, crinkly on the go toy in the shape of a cute raccoon
Cute light-weight clip-toy that is perfect as a take-along
Double-sided peek-a-boo toy with black and white images
Adorable all-smiles expression and basic patterns designed especially for young babies
Crinkly, textured body helps stimulate tactile senses and develop fine motor skills
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