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  • 3-6 months
    From getting his bearings in the early stages of life, a baby three to six months of age will start to get a handle on the world around him. Smiles and coos will be a familiar, enjoyable sound to new parents, naturally endearing these little ones to their parents.

    Bunnies by the Bay’s Tadbit and Emmie Blankets
    Ultra soft velour on one side and striped knit on the other, these blankets provide comfort and security for the young one. Packaged with lovable Tadbit Frog or Emmie Duck, these blankets are two gifts in one, gifting babies with playmates to keep them company in their playpen while giving them a warm blanket to burrow in during slumber, fulfilling Bunnies by the Bay’s promise of “giving glad dreams.” Available at Rustan’s Children’s section for P2,250.

    ♦ Baby Einstein Octoplush
    Baby Einstein Octoplush is a multi-dimensional toy that will keep babies entertained for hours on end. Hugging the Octoplush’s soft body elicits melodies from Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart, familiarizing babies with the classics. Colorfully stitched satin patches attached on each velour leg prompt color identification in three languages: English, Spanish, and French, perfect for babies learning the rudiments of language at three to six months old. Available at Rustan’s Children’s section for P1,195.75.

    ♦ Fisher-Price Kick and Play Piano
    At three to six months, babies have a better grasp of their motor skills—they start discovering their hands and moving their feet. Fisher-Price Kick and Play rewards a baby’s movements with lights, sounds, and music. Three different settings stimulate his senses: continuous music plays at a push of a button; animal sounds, music, or counting begins as babies kick the keyboard; or, like traditional pianos, different notes correspond to each key. Crib straps easily attach to a baby’s crib. As they gain better mobility, the Kick and Play Piano can be removed and placed on the floor for babies to crawl on. Available at Kidzsports for P2,199.75.
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