But, according to The Lullaby Trust , a clear cot is a safe cot, so check the following before any toy or mobile is put near or in your baby's sleep place: Ahead of hanging any mobile on or near your baby's cot, grab a measuring tape and check that the strings are no longer than seven inches, as they could get caught up in them Check for any flimsy or loose parts that could break off a mobile or toy and fall into your baby's cot Make sure your baby can see a mobile hanging above their cot.
Although it's important it remains out of reach, newborn babies can only see objects clearly that are between 8 and 12 inches away Follow the manufacturer's instructions for installation carefully By the time your baby can push up on their hands and knees, it's time for the mobile to go Here are 10 of the best cot toys and mobiles we think your baby will love But this clever little deivce doesn't stop there.
If your baby does wake and cry, Whisbear's cry sensor means it will turn itself back on for another twenty minutes to soothe them back to sleep. Featuring contrasting colours, fabrics and textures, Whisbear also has magnets in his paws to attach easily to the cot, pram, or pushchair.
Optional accessories include a mattress made of breathable, anti allergenic materials and provides side ventilation to increase air flow and reduce heat and moisture retention. Dressers and armoires Some nurseries only have room for basic items like a crib, changing table and some kind of chair.
See what our professional reviewer thought of the Whisbear. And with 20 minutes of classical music or nature sounds - there's plenty to keep babies occupied. And the drift-off feature that slowly softens the music and lights every ten minutes to help your little one fall sleep is a great addition, although the soother does come with a remote control so you can make adjustments from afar without waking your baby.
It fits to most cots, and can be used on a bedside table too. Complete with music, those lovely lullabies are sure to help send your little one off into the land of slumber.
Especially good for those babies who do not need too much stimulation at bedtime, and for those parents who prefer a more subtle approach to dressing their baby's bedroom. Featuring rattles, crinkles and squeaks, and a rendition of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, it's enough to keep your little one happy for a while.
A toy that can be used from birth, it's colourful, fun and engaging. An extra large display measuring more than 75cm wide, the subtle but eye-catching mobile features owls, a fox, a sleepy cat and intricate tree. The best part is that it's luminous, giving a magical effect at night time, and as your child grows, they'll get to love these adorable characters, making out the intricacies of each one.
With a linking ring so it can attach to the cot, your little one will have easy access to the toy, and it's suitable from birth. Attaching to the side of your baby's cot, and suitable from birth, this makes for a wonderful first toy. Designed to encourage baby's early developmental skills, we have to admit it looks pretty cute too!
Three relaxing melodies and one heartbeat sound can be used with or without the nightlight, so it's great for soothing at daytime or night.
It can be hung from the ceiling and has a height of 75cm, or fixed the the nursery wall as a decorative piece later on. Also available in pirate and fairy designs, it's bright and would make a lovely gift.
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