Why Buy Me?
- A much-loved Flopsy Bunny soft toy from the classic storybooks by Beatrix Potter
- The perfect first friend for playtime, story time and nap time
- Created from the softest fabrics to be as gentle as possible against baby's skin
Rainbow Designs My First Flopsy Bunny
Little ones will adore the beautiful My First Flopsy Bunny from Rainbow Designs. This gorgeous, baby soft Flopsy Bunny toy, from the Beatrix Potter storybooks, makes the perfect first "best friend" for baby to enjoy play time, story time and nap time with. Suitable from birth and created from the softest fabrics, the My First Flopsy Bunny is hand washable and makes a beautiful gift for baby. Flopsy Bunny wears her traditional pink jacket with a cute embroidered butterfly motif and has the Flopsy Bunny logo on her foot.
- Features Flopsy Bunny's traditional pink jacket with beautiful embroidered detail
- Hand washable and suitable from birth
Age Suitability: Birth +
Safety Warning: Please remove the swing tag before giving this toy to a child
Care & Maintenance: Hand wash, air dry
Dimensions: L9.5 x W20 x H31
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In those early months and years you'll want to nurture your little one's curiosity and help them grow and learn in an enjoyable way. Make learning fun with activity and educational baby toys, from tummy time rolls and playmats for encouraging rolling, sitting and moving, to teething toys and baby rattles to stimulate their senses. It's also never too early to introduce story books and cuddly toys to help them to develop communication, emotions and socialisation skills. Read our blog post on how to make learning fun here.
What milestones should I look out for?
Your baby's firsts are amazing to watch. But from their first smile to their first words, every baby is different - so it's important that you don't compare your baby's milestones to other children's. However, it can be helpful to know when you can expect to see them reach their first milestones, so if your little one needs a helping hand along the way, you can encourage their development.
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In the second month, your baby may be able to make cooing sounds, follow objects and hold their head up for short periods. Some babies at this age can recognise voices and smile responsively.
At three months old, most babies can hold their head steady and recognise faces, some babies start to laugh and may be able to bring their hands together.
In the fourth month, most babies can bear weight on their legs and coo. Some babies can reach out and grasp objects and might start to cut their first tooth.
At five months, many babies can roll over from their tummy to their back and often play with their own feet and hands. Some babies may sit for a short while without support.
In their sixth month in the world, most babies can imitate sounds and are ready for solid foods. Some babies may start crawling or recognising their own name.
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Can I personalise my baby gift?
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