This cute little character is very colourful.
He has clinky rings around his neck, stretchy legs, and he also jingles.
His appealing face will attract all ages.
The Giraffe is for newborns upwards and is nice and large, extremely colourful and makes a noise when the baby moves. By having different colour themes for each leg, baby can see each different colour, not being overwhelmed with lots of mixed colours.
The toy is ideal because it has different things for different ages. When very little the colour and sounds occupy them. The older baby finds new things as the legs on the giraffe are elasticized and springy.
As baby gets more motor control it can grab the legs which then bounce back when released also making the bell ring at the same time.
While the large size makes it easy to see, it can be a problem as it hangs down too low in the car seat but is fine in the bassinette or pram.
Again, (Same as with Jaque the Peacock) I'm not sure as to what the clip is made specifically to attach onto, but we have found that it attaches onto her play gym easily, as well as her pram and bassinet. It is however hard to get onto the carry handle of her capsule for entertainment in the car. A bulldog clip type or hook would maybe be a little better as it would make it even more versatile.
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