furniture

Both Big and Mini Bilibos

All right, you’re asking, “What the heck is a Bilibo and why does it come in two sizes anyhow?”

The Bilibo “combines a rocking chair, spinning top, cradle and tunnel in one single toy,” says its maker Kid O.

Bilibo arouses curiosity, engages the imagination and playfully trains basic motor skills and balance, the company adds. [Read more...]

Sit up, Baby!

Kids can’t be lying around all the time, I guess…. The Deluxe Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat from Fisher-Price helps tots stay upright when they want to, with “comfort and fun all in one.”

The supportive upright seat “lets your baby see and interact with the world around them,” the company says. [Read more...]

Bounce that baby softly, in style

 

Nuna says its baby seat accommodates babies, toddlers, and kids as they grow — and it was “inspired by the carefree float of a leaf on a breeze — the Leaf baby seat treats baby to a similarly mesmerizing ride… a motor-free ride to newborn dreamland, a wiggle party once they’re walking, or a crash pad after a hard day on the preschool playground.”

The seat’s motion “lasts unassisted with a gentle push for over 2 minutes — no batteries, no cords, no buzz, no noise.”

It’s also endurance-tested up to a whopping 130 lbs, and so “should keep them rocking out for years.”

The company cites its “elegant, serene design that feels right at home in the living room.”

It’s $220 here. [Read more...]

“Apptivity” seat for iPad fun

Fisher-Price says its new baby seat “is soothing and entertaining, with a touch of technology.”

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. [Read more...]