If you’re into brightly
And, perhaps, also for adults 😉 Because it was me that first spotted them and they immediately attracted my attention. I’m really into wooden toys, because I find them so old skool and cute. HABA toys are so brightly coloured that they’re attractive to both adults and children 😛
I ran around the store, and wanted to buy…. everything. Their products range from Birth to Toddlers, so the selection is pretty big and I liked it all! After much deliberation, I finally settled on the ones below..
Hunter likes the all, which is pretty cool considering he sometimes just ignores toys or plays with them for 5 minutes then chucks it away. His favourite is, by far, the interlocked wooden triangles. I’m not sure if it’s the size or shape or colour.. but Hunter simply loves gripping it and playing with it and chewing on it. Repeatedly. That’s the clincher, because often he’ll be interested in a toy for a couple of days, then get sick of it. It’s also easily washed and dries quickly. Awesome 🙂
The other one I really like is his wooden watch. I don’t think this is the HABA brand actually, but I can’t quite remember as I ripped it out of the packaging so quickly. It’s an expandable wooden watch that is just so freakin’ adorable on his wrist 😛
The stretchy band fits easily on his wrist, and thankfully he doesn’t keep pulling it off or biting it all the time. He’s basically fine with it about 90% of the time, and during the 10% he’ll start licking/chewing at it. We’re still careful anyhow and he only has it on when under supervision.
If you guys haven’t already noticed, I’m a huge proponent for chucking heaps of stuff on a baby. We ‘brush’ his teeth every night before bed, comb his hair twice a day, put hats, socks, watches, eyemasks, etc etc on him. We do it because many friends have told us that they didn’t start doing these things from the start, so when they decided to, their child would RIP the stuff off! I’m not sure if us doing all this from Day 1 will help in the future… but I guess we’ll see 😛
High amused with a rattle…