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Whoa, who’s that cutie in the mirror?

baby mirror

Babies don’t recognize themselves, but looking into a mirror can stimulate their senses and imagination.

The Sassy Crib and Floor mirror inspires baby’s vision, touch, exploration and communication and manipulation skills with high contrast colors, character faces and simple patterns and realistic forms, the maker says. The easel back allows mirror to be used on floor or attaches to crib with elastic. It’s all free of paint, phthalate, and BPA, they add.

There is also a two-color spinning ball that engages your baby’s curiosity, and red ladybug that attracts developing visuals, and a rotating bee.

It’s $9 here.