Last week we received the Fisher-Price Deluxe Kick & Play Piano Gym to have a look at and share our thoughts. The fantastic thing about it is that it’s a product suitable from ages 0-36 months so we have tested it out with baby dottie who is 3 months old now and baby girl who is 29 months old. It’s great that they have been able to share!
So what is the Deluxe Kick & Play Piano Gym?Well it features five light-up piano keys, a repositionable toy arch, and four musical settings that keep little ones entertained for hours all on a bright colourful playmat. That is of course soft and thick and totally machine washable.
There is up to 20 minutes of continuous, or short songs about animals, colours, shapes and numbers. For the bonus piano play setting, press the keys for real piano notes. My older daughter loved this part. It’s like a piano for her that she can carry around and play.
We love trying out new products and this Little Heartbeats breathing and heartbeat soother from Summer Infant is one of our latest ones. It’s been ideal for soothing baby dottie as she’s been suffering from colic and reflux.
The Little Heartbeats Bunny Soother is supposed to imitate the sound of mums heartbeat so the baby feels close and comforted. Baby dottie seemed to settle whenever the heartbeat soother was on. It’s rather heavy so I wouldn’t want it to fall onto the baby, but it stands upright fine.
With the new baby arriving next week, I was excited to receive this adorable Disney Dumbo activity plush baby toy in the post. We don’t have a lot of baby toys for the new one yet, there are stacks of baby girls toys everywhere! So it was a pleasant opportunity to have a look at one of the new baby toys from Rainbow Designs. They have put together a brand new Disney range exclusively for Tesco that launched in store and online on the 11th April.