During the holidays I made my daughter an adorable bunny she just loves. She bring it everywhere and sleeps with it every night. She named her Floppy.
Floppy is made from an upcycled sweater that was Merino wool and possum fur and is stuffed with pure wool. She’s super soft and realistic feeling.
She was just too cute that I made another for my shop complete with food to feed her all made from 100% wool or wood. Floppy 2 is waiting for a little girl or boy to love her to bits. (click picture for link)
I love this beautiful set of Montessori inspired toys for babies. It has materials that baby will play with from a few months old right up until toddler-hood and most can be adapted for play beyond that. The natural wood is so lovely and safe for mouthing children. Each toy will engage a baby and help to develop many skills from gross motor to fine motor to object permanence. I wish I had something like this when my son was a baby but now it’s available for your little pumpkin or makes a wonderful baby shower gift.
This beautiful set of my favourite toys is now available.
This baby set includes a cage rolling rattle made with cherry spindles and colored balls inside. It makes a lovely clicking sound when rolled and encourages baby to creep after it. The ball and jar is so much fun for baby to explore object permanence and open and close. The ring stacker is a huge hit with babies, staring with putting the large rings, which double as wood teething rings, over the peg and as fine motor skills increase, baby begins to put the small rings on.
I’ve been working on this rattle for a while. It took several attempts to get it right.
I call it the “Fiddle Rattle” because it has a bunch of objects on it for baby to fiddle with. Beads and a spool to slide and spin and it rolls across the floor. And like all my toys it’s natural and eco friendly. A toy you can be proud to give your baby to play with.
Very excited about this new addition to my store. This lovely rattle rolls across the floor making a clicking sound from the wooden balls inside the cage. It encourages little ones to creep forward after it and as they get more mobile eventually to push it and crawl in pursuit.
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Pumpkin 2 was very intrigued by the balls in it. He LOVES balls. Yea, my kids aren’t those model looking children you see in some photos for toys. Pumpkin 2 has a bandaid, his first ever, from a cut he got and he got into the yellow dye I used to color the wood toys. It’s food grade though so no worries. I love how you can see him so closely inspecting the rattle.