Lamaze Freddie The Firefly
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- Friendly bug soft toy with soft velour body and busy wings
- Features peek-a-boo mirror, textures, squeaker and crinkles
- Clinking rings, ladybug teether and ribbon antennae
- Stimulates baby's senses and engages their imagination
- Use the Lamaze link to let baby take the fun on the go
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Lamaze Freddie the Firefly Take Along Toy
Keep your little one engaged and entertained for hours with the Lamaze Freddie the Firefly. Designed for use from birth on up, and developed in conjunction with child development experts from Yale University, this plush toy has a chain link that connects it to any Lamaze toy or play mat. It also comes with the Lamaze link clip for easy attachment to car seats, strollers and high chairs.
Stimulates Baby's Vision and Auditory Skills
When babies are first born, they see in black and white. This is why Freddie strikes a balance between bright, high contrast patterns that help stimulate baby's vision, and bold solid colours that give baby's eyes a place to rest. Sounds like squeak, clink, and crinkle also help stimulate and develop baby's auditory skills. Finally, Freddie's large, friendly eyes invite baby to focus and stare at a single object, which can help calm baby while supporting healthy eye development.
Made to be safe for newborns and young children, Freddie features a soft velour body that's ideal for cuddling and busy wings with a peek-a-boo mirror for interactive play. Multiple textures keep your baby interested, encouraging her to explore. Additionally, the rings clink together, and the tethered ladybug teether--which baby can pull out or store in a cute little pocket--and knotted antennae are perfect for chewing. For added fun and to aid small motor development, there's also a ball that squeaks when squeezed.
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The toy came in a plastic bag with original tags. It has the brand labels on it. Overall it's a great buy! I recommend it and it isn't expensive at all, I think I'm going to buy more toys from that brand.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought a million toys for my baby... This one is his favourite by far....Published 2 days ago by V. Gray
This is by far the toy that engages our baby the most. As a younger baby he loved looking at its colours and listening to its crinkly noise and now at 4 months old he can grab the... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Darkwaltz
Son loves it, it keeps him occupied. We love it, it keeps him quiet(ish)Published 11 days ago by Paul Kingswood
A lovely toy, and much loved by my five months old granddaughter. When it first arrived, it seemed rather overlarge, but seems fine now. Read morePublished 11 days ago by June
I am a big fan of Lamaze toys but am especially pleased with Freddie. He has successfully withstood one chewing baby and is now on to his second. Read morePublished 15 days ago by LuckyDuck