Jan05 Double Sided Crib Toy 2016

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The Double Sided Crib Toy from Tiny Love is really fun and adorable.  We placed it on Ellington’s crib and she was instantly interested.  The bright colors and music were just entertaining enough to keep her calm in her crib, but soothing enough to lull her to sleep. It’s great for practicing self soothing.

When she was littler we could place the toy overhead so she could look up at the lights and sounds while she began to doze. As she has gotten older we have moved it into the crib-side mode so she can sit up and play with it. She is really enjoying all the tactile elements like the little nobs and buttons that she loves to play with. It gives us a little more time to stay in bed in the morning while she begins to be able to entertain herself with toys like this.  Now I’m not being selfish, I’m just saying, it’s kind of nice.

I really enjoy that the crib toy is easily mobile.  It goes on and off her crib easy, so at Christmas when we stayed at my mom’s house we took it with us and placed it on to her pack-n-play.  She still loved it and I think it gave her a little sense of consistency. Sometimes now when we take her out of the crib we just bring it with us down to the living room and it’s great for a toy she can sit up and play with as well.

These are my favorite kind of toys, multiple uses and great for a large age range. Baby Grey Approved!

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GREY LIKES COMMENTS!

  • Jones on January 05, 2016

    Sweet photo collection. Thanks to publisher.

  • baby gift on January 26, 2016

    your baby is so cute!

  • Martina Mattes on February 17, 2016

    Such a beautiful family :) Have you ever tried any products from baby deedee – curious how their sleepwear is – I heard they are the best sleep sacks on the market but I haven’t been successful in finding any blog reviews out there. Maybe you could do one for your baby!

  • Ahu Yıldırım on March 08, 2016

    What is 3 Days Potty Training?
    Kids must reach a particular level of neurologic and emotional maturity, before they can go to toilet by themselves. Girls can achieve toilet training a couple of months earlier than boys. So, forcing is not the right thing to do before these ages. Around the age of 2, children are more likely to say “no”, frequently uses the word “mine”, and want to do the things without others approval in an insistent way.
    They can interpret suggestions of their parents as an intervention against their life, independency, and body. Toilet training can be started as paying regard to such psychological traits, around the age of 2 and 2,5.
    Toilet training must not coincide with some certain events like; the birth of the sibling, sickness times, any disunity situation within the family. In a nutshell, just make sure the training is not happening in a new situation or a situation requires an adaptation.
    How toilet training should be handled?
    As the right time decided, the talks should be made with the kid. The topic of these talks can be about how adults do their toilet, or any relevant thing such as telling them it is good to stay dry. Kids can be promoted to use the potty or the toilet at the times they refuse to get their nappies changed. Characters from stories, and how they use the toilet can be told.
    When it is noticed that the child is keen about the subject matter, the children may be accompanied to get his/her potty. The potty can be stored in the kid’s room, then can be taken to the bathroom later. You can tell how it is used, but not in a forcing way. You can also make the child realize the other kids using the toilet.
    3 times every day 5-10 minutes should do it. Due to the gastro colic reflexes, 20 or 30 minutes after the meals would be the right timing. The child must be awarded after the successful trials, and this should be actualized over and over again with patience. Even if they only sit for a couple of minutes, it’s also good to give them credit though the trials are not that successful. You can help and show them to throw the nappy stool into the toilet.
    Eventually, the child will be awarded when the defecation is actualized in the proper place. You can clap or small gifts can be given. On the other hand; punishment or causing embarrassment should not be made if the child refuses to use the potty, or scares to use, or experiences small accidents. Especially summer months are the perfect times, when it’s not necessary for the child to wear a nappy. During these such periods, it’s pretty crucial to remind parents that they have to concentrate on the issue without feeling stressed, focus on the child’s emotions, and try to behave more flexible since all kids are different.
    Some difficulties might be experienced during the toilet training. The child may completely refuse to do it, shows no interest, sits for some time without doing the defecation and does it as soon as wears a nappy, tells you that it hurts, may reject doing it after several successful trials, sometimes holds the poo in for several days and eventually experiences constipation.
    During the training the relationships may get damaged; if any sort of obstinacy comes forward, It’d be the right choice to wait for the right time until the child feels ready; and without causing any envious feelings, making him to realize how the peers have achieved the toilet training. To parents: Just kick back and relax, take a deep breath, never feel upset, and frustrated. After all, there is no one that has not achieved toilet training so far, just try again at a later time, try to know your child better and simply show your love even though he or she fails during this timeline. If constipation becomes a major problem, diet advices can be received and supplements can be used.

    How to know if your child is ready for potty training?

    • If it’s not the time your child opposing you,
    • If your child can understand words such as Wee, Poo, Wet, or make you understand at least using his/her body language,
    • If your child doesn’t have bowel problems like constipation or diarrhea
    • If your child feels uncomfortable when wears a dirty nappy,
    • If your child can remain dry for a couple of hours,
    • If your child can keep her/his nappy dry after having a nap
    • If your child lets you know if she/he needs to go to the toilet,
    • If your child is taking a special position or
    • If your child is trying to make the parents happy,
    • If your child shows the desire to become an adult,
    • If your child pays attention for being clean and tidy,
    • If your child can take advices and actualizes them,
    • If your child can get dressed and takes off his/her clothes by himself/herself,
    • If your child is keen about observing you in the toilet,
    • If your child has the social consciousness about making defecation and urinating into the toilet,

    Your child is ready for the toilet training.

    3 Days Potty Training program for…

    http://www.pottytrainingstarting.com

  • Nora on March 16, 2016

    Well, a happy family as I can see :)

  • Vica Maya Designs on July 28, 2016

    Your photos are beautiful! Looks like a fun family photoshoot :)

  • Olivia on September 26, 2016

    Such a big miracle in such a little one.
    A daughter is a miracle that never ceases to be miraculous…full of beauty and forever beautiful…loving and caring and truly amazing. Love your Cutie Pie

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