Cody Take-Along Projector Soother
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Engaging, portable cute blue whale projector soother that envelopes baby with calming sights and sounds
- Beautiful design features Cody whale projector and a fun sea lights show that depicts animals swimming in and out of sight, encouraging the development of baby's cognition.
- Either in the crib, play yard or on the floor - this product is remarkably engaging and easy to attach using the universal clip.
- 30 minutes of sweet-sounding lullabies or white noise with adjustable volume complement the projector soother's visual experience.
- Rotates 360 degrees, allowing lights show to appear on different surfaces.
- Also available in pink.
This product highlights the following developmental wonders:
1-3 monthsClip or place anywhere around the house to surround your baby with a peaceful, relaxing and familiar environment.
3-6 monthsInclude Cody in your bedtime routine and let the engaging combination of motion and music help detach baby from surrounding distractions and prepare her for sleep.
6+ monthsThe animal characters in the light show “swim” between the waves, appearing and disappearing, creating an interesting story for your growing baby. Place the projector soother on a baby mat or next to mommy’s and daddy’s bed and tell baby about the animals appearing on the ceiling to enjoy some rewarding baby-parent time.
1.Use universal attachment clip to attach to baby's crib or play yard.
2.Detach from universal attachment clip to position on a flat surface.
3.Use the 360 degree rotation to point the projector in the required direction.
These are the key Developmental Wonders that this product can encourage in your baby:
EQThe calming atmosphere created by the music and projection images help baby fall asleep independently.
CognitionThe disappearing and reappearing characters in the sea lights show are a kind of peek-a-boo game that helps baby through the process of understanding object permanence.
SensesThe calming music and captivating ceiling lights show stimulate baby’s senses.