Babies are tiny humans with likes, dislikes, and preferences, too. And at 0-6 months, they are great at discovery. So offer them a variety of toys (& non-toys) and let them explore!
The first few months of your newborn’s life looks like diapers - change -feed - change - sleep - repeat.
However, along with that comes playtime which is also a major part of your bebe’s development - from cognitive and physical development to emotional and social growth.
Through play, children of any age—even infants—can learn about themselves and the world around them. And you can join in on the fun, too: playing with your baby can help them achieve important physical milestones, develop their brains, teach them about emotions and social skills and encourage language development.
But it does get complicated. So we have curated a list of toys and non-toys that you can curate for your little one for an interactive and fun play.
A metal tray or bowl