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#1 of 7 Old 05-14-2009, 12:27 PM - Thead Starter
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What are good toys for a 3 month old?
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Both of mine when young like that liked anything they could kick or swing at. There use to be this Air Pumped toy that had huge green shaped feet on the front they would kick and then as they began to sit up it also had buttons to push. When kicked or puhed balls would go round and round in the tublar circle and play music.
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My kids also had a kick activated toy as well as small toys with mirrors, music, etc. that hung from their carseat/bouncy seat bars. You can buy a pack of onnector rings at the dollar store that are great for attaching toys to their equipment ... nice for keeping rattles and things from being thrown on the ground too.

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My kids got a kick out of their baby gym. They also liked anything they could chew.

 
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Toys they can pick up and hold and explore are good. Baby rattles and teether toys, also maybe a baby gym which will encourage her to move around a bit as she gets a bit older and tries to explore.
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My kids like the baby gym. We also used rattles and other toys like that.

 

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My son loves the baby gym too. I would also say anything that rattles.

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