You can look at your baby’s teething as the process by which his or her very first deciduous teeth break through his or her gums. This usually occurs by the time your baby reaches 6 months old, although it is not uncommon to see babies as young as 3 months and as old as 1 year to have their very first primary, deciduous, baby, or milk tooth. What can be expected is that by 3 years of age, your baby would have already erupted 20 milk or baby teeth. During the first eruption, your baby’s first tooth will most likely appear on the lower front of his or her gums. One to two months later, you can expect the upper front teeth.
It’s already the #1 ‘new’ best seller on Amazon in the toy department and, go figure, it’s already so tough to come by! This is an advent calendar of sorts where they’ll open the first little case on Dec 1st and get a fun surprise and then open up each individual case each day (up until Dec 25th) for more surprises. There are 25 in total, plus an exclusive L.O.L doll! Learn more here!
Yes! It’s finally happening! After 25-years, Sony is releasing the original version of PlayStation as a mini console you can just plug-and-play. It’s 45% smaller than the original and comes pre-loaded with 20 of their best-selling and most fun games from back in the day. It’s also a great idea for your tweens and teens too! Grab this one while you can because it’s going to be tough to get as we get closer. Learn more about the PlayStation Classic Mini here!
Combine exercise, learning, and fun. The Smart Cycle Extreme is one of the hottest new video games on the market. Just plug the stationary bike into your TV and choose one of three ways to play: Driving, Learning Arcade Games, or The Big Race. Once you've maxed out the included software program (Learning Adventure Extreme), you can get moving again with six other titles including Hot Wheels, SpongeBob, and Toy Story.
“I love puppets. They’re a personification of this really cool-looking thing that seems to talk and engage with them. How fun is that?” Dr. Golinkoff says. “It’s great because it’s another persona that speaks and allows them to engage.” Here’s a set of animals and family members to elevate the bedtime story — and further develop your child’s language-acquisition skills and imagination.
These four soft block have different colorful pictures and patterns and introduce baby with letter, numbers and animals. Each block has crinkles, satin tags and knotties. They all make sounds: rattle or jingles. Baby can explore, stack, built up or knock down. This toy stimulate baby’s senses and makes the playtime a blast! It is suitable from 3 months.