The Diaper Bag Companion
Meet the sweetest little handmade Diaper Bag Companion! Goodbye fussiness on the go!
Each page is themed with a different color with super engaging and fun activities combining creative play, sensory, routines, and even a shaker!
The front page has detachable sunshine as well as a beautiful rainbow! Open the book up and discover a purple finger puppet owl with movable and removable snap fastener wings. Use the sweet little owl to help little ones with eye-tracking, improving vision, creative play, or to spice up storytime. On the next page is an adorable lamb with a crystal clear peekaboo shatterproof mirror. The book is freestanding, which is an excellent aid for tummy time - what baby doesn't love staring at themselves in the mirror?! Or why not while on the go, ask them where their nose or mouth is?
Turn the page to find a green-themed page with a beautiful butterfly. Familiarize them with shading with the different colors of green and smile with them when they discover under the butterfly wing is a button that can be moved around a net! This is a great activity for dexterity and fine motor skills. Finally, we have included the all-important button on elastic to help them practice practical skills.
On the adjacent page is a yellow-themed gorgeous little bear with movable arms to play peekaboo! Little ones can play and change the bear's outfit with one of the three that are included.
Turn again to find an orange-themed page with the cutest little squirrel and feed her a nut, and practice routines with the included toothbrush! Play peekaboo with the tail, or remove the tail altogether with the magnetic snap and practice fine motor skills by removing and attaching the tail. Finally, find a gorgeous pink flamingo with a removable shaker wing which little ones can practice cause and effect or shake along with their favorite tunes!
- Made of high-quality cotton blend and OEKO-TEX® felt fabric
- 100% sewn cloth book (no glue) for longevity
- Lightweight & portable
- Creative play, Practical Skills, and sensorial
- Music and color themes