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In the book “What to Ask the Person in the Mirror,” author Robert Steven Kaplan advises leaders to ask themselves questions such as, “Do I clearly articulate my vision and top priorities?” The goal is effective communication, and an efficiently-run business.
Your baby has already figured out effective communication pretty well, and articulates his priorities at top-volume (milk, sleep, staying dry). However, for all the other important questions that your baby needs to ask that other mysterious baby behind the glass, he’ll enjoy the Skip Hop Alphabet Zoo Activity Mirror.
This baby-safe mirror is framed by the body of a soft plushy elephant with a crinkly ear, for tactile fun. A rattling monkey toy and a cute birdie are also attached, and they stick to the elephant’s body. Babies will use this enchanting toy for peek-a-boo fun and sensory exploration, and it’s a great way to keep your child happy during tummy time – there’s nothing babies like more than looking at faces, especially their own, and gazing at himself will gradually teach your baby to recognize his own reflection. The Skip Hop Alphabet Zoo Activity Mirror is suitable for any age from birth onwards.
good for tummy time, multiple uses, colorful, re-attachable animals, soft, light, portable
mirror sometimes gives "fun house" reflections
We love using this mirror for tummy time for our infant. It is easy to set up anywhere, and later we will transition it for use as a mirror for our rear-facing car seat.