3 Tiny Love Products for Family Fun

The last weeks of summer is a great time to celebrate the end of August and enjoy a few family play activities before fall begins.

 Tiny Love Products for Family Fun

Whether playing outdoors or inside your home, Tiny Love offers great “Must-Have” products to maximize family fun time with baby that will not only advance his/her developmental skills, but will also provide extra fun parent-child bonding moments.

Here are 3 products you and your baby will enjoy playing with:

  • Tiny Love’s Musical Stack & Ball Game is an adorable 2-in-1 elephant toy that offers a multi-sensory sorting and stacking experience. With integrated lights, sounds and textures, parent and baby will be entertained for hours!
  • Tiny Love’s Rock & Ball is a tummy time toy that will not only amuse and intrigue baby but also encourage his/her motor development. By moving its spheres, baby can explore constantly changing shapes—it can roll like ball, lay on one rounded section or fold into a tambourine for rewarding musical playtime.
  • Tiny Love’s Follow Me Fred is a colorful puppy crawling companion. With three musical tunes and various speed settings, baby will never crawl alone again. The sweet little puppy also barks to remind baby to come and play.

About Tiny Love:

Tiny Love focuses on creating smart solutions which answer parents’ needs and support babies’ development from birth through 24 months. The brand’s award-winning, imaginative products help maximize babies’ potential and encourage parents to enjoy hours of fun playtime with their children

To learn more, visit - www.tinylove.com

  • (1) Tiny Love’s Musical Stack & Ball Elephant

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