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For the first three months, your newborn baby isn’t able to do much more than observe her surroundings. Because her vision is still blurry, she sees bright, boldly patterned items best. As your newborn grows, she’ll enjoy toys that engage her other senses of touch, smell and hearing as well. That’s why so many toys are designed to promote interaction in a variety of ways: They may make a squeaking or crackling noise, have a nubby texture, and be soft and cuddly. Infants tend to mouth toys, and textured ones can help relieve teething pain.
Here are some suggestions of toys that Toysferry.com can provide for your newborn.
In a perfect world, your infant will push up and move around on his own during tummy time, but chances are, she’ll need some sort of stimulation to keep her engaged. Pulling out one or two tummy time toys and placing them just out of reach, so baby has to extend herself to grab them can do the trick. Try holding a brightly colored stuffed animal or shaking a rattle near baby’s face to distract her from the task at hand. Or enlist her favorite toy—you! Lay down there with your baby, move her hands around, have her feel new things, read to her or put down different-colored blankets—something to keep it interesting for baby.