There’s a 7×5-inch mirror “to reflect your baby’s smiling face, and promote facial recognition and a sense of self as baby develops,” Fisher-Price says. When you put your iPad into the mirror case, it can provide stimulation and engagement for your baby, while protecting your device from sticky fingers — or unintentionally navigating to other apps. Speaking of apps, with the guidance of child development experts, Fisher-Price developed free iPad apps especially for use with this seat.
It’s not just for staring at a screen: The toy bar puts dangling activity toys always within reach — and it’s adjustable or removable.
And finally, the comfy seat reclines to three different positions, with a soft head-support. It’s $67 here.