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Baby Product Reviews

Gadgets and new innovations for babies and their parents.

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Author: Sue M.
Real toy shapes interact with iPad

Noted by Time Magazine as one of the “toys that will make your kids smarter,” Tiggly Shapes develops motor skills, spatial thinking, creativity, and language.

Toddlers toy with tablets, the company says, and “you might think it’s crazy to let a youngster touch such a pricey device,” but Tiggly Shapes encourages it. [Read more...]

Toy is like a tree house

Your child’s senses will be running wild as they explore and discover ball play, shape sorting, turning gears and more. VTech says its Grow & Discover Tree House has so many fun activities, “your little one will never want to come out from their tree house play tent.” And that’s a good thing, as the toy “provides a variety of activities to stimulate toddlers senses and help develop important motor skills.”

Babies can drop the balls through the holes and watch them roll, sort the shape sorters, or use the fabric to play peek-a-boo or hide and seek. [Read more...]

“See” your child before conception

How will your genetics combine with those of your spouse? A new service can emulate your potential embryo by virtually mixing DNA.

The technique is primarily aimed at letting parents screen out genetic disorders. But GenePeeks’ science will also, according to its patent, show eye and skin pigmentation, height and waist size, and more. [Read more...]

Snap and Surprise camera

No, it doesn’t actually take a picture. The Snap and Surprise camera is all about “colorful role-play,”  Vtech says. It has fun mechanical features, such as a light-up lens your baby can spin, and a slider “to choose images for imitative play.”

When the shutter button is pressed, it doesn’t snap an exposure, but a “cute puppy pops out of hiding for some peek-a-boo fun.” The Snap and Surprise Camera “is sure to make your baby smile.”

It’s $12 here. [Read more...]