About Tiny Love Sunny Stroll:
A colorful, flexible arch that fits strollers or infant carriers, Sunny Stroll includes an ensemble of fun toys and activities and is a perfect companion on-the-go.
Flexible arch with angle adjustments - bends forwards, backwards, upwards and downwards
6 different toys: 3 attached to the arch; 3 dangling from the arch
Caters to two stages of development:
0m+: Batting and sensory exploration
5m+: Pulling for cause and effect learning
Sunny Stroll helps develop baby's fine motor skills and encourages eye-hand coordination. The colorful features encourage baby to grasp the dangling toys and hit them with his hands.
I am in love with the Sunny Stroll by Tiny Love or more importantly baby is! When we first got the Sunny Stroll I was excited that there were no batteries required and I could just add it to our stroller by tightening the clamps.
I have been stopped several times by other moms asking me “What is that?” and “where can I get one?” I think they mostly stop me because of how it entertains Little H. I love how it entertains him while we have to wait for something and gives him something to play with after he is done eating.
I have also attached the Sunny Stroll to Little H car seat to keep him busy. We don’t go anywhere without the Sunny Stroll. Little H favorite part of the Sunny stroll is the baby propeller. He loves to pull the ball and watch it spin around.
I love the Sunny Stroll and I am sure you would too. You can purchase a Sunny Stroll for your stroller or car seat on Amazon or you could win one here!
One reader will win a Sunny Stroll or a Tiny Princess Butterfly Stroll. Open to US and CA 18+. Giveaway will end 08/20/2012 at 12:01 am EST. Fill out the Rafflecopter form below to be entered.
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