Move nature pals within baby's reach and allow him to explore their smiling expressions and take his first batting attempts.
Let baby enjoy the stimulating features of the baby-activated Lights & Music Caterpillar, which plays 30 min of continuous music and 10 different tunes.
Enjoy as a overhead baby gym.
Stimulating features help extend tummy-time.
Changes and grows with your baby.
Moderate the level of stimulation offered by the Gymini Nature Pals by moving the arches and toys away or towards baby and turning the lights & music feature on or off.
If baby seems uncomfortable or restless (crying, averting her gaze, etc) reduce the number of stimuli. For example, leave only one nature pal within baby’s field of vision, turn off the music and comfort her until she is soothed.
If baby seem uninterested or bored, he might need more stimulation. Hang up the lights & music toy and watch his reaction. Hang some extra toys on the arches, rattle the toys and see how baby reacts to the noise. Gradually, reduce the number of stimuli to help baby focus.
To stimulate baby’s body sensation and control, place her on her tummy. Tummy time helps babies gain control over their muscles and movement. Move the arches so that the lights & music toy or mirror are in front of baby. Watch baby’s reaction to establish which features and elements she likes and which she could do without.