A while back Lamaze send us Pipping the Push Along Pub for Molly-May and from day one it has been a big hit.
We have been big Lamaze Fans for quite a while now when Finn was a baby we had a Activity Spiral for his car seat as well as some wrist rattles for him to play with.
And with my favourite thing being pushchair spotting when we are out and about i have noticed that there are quite often have a Lamaze character toy hanging off the bumper bars
to occupy the little ones.
Pippin is something a bit different
he’s a plush toy that can be pushed around but also doubles up as a (doggy) bag.
He is a soft puppy with crinkle floppy ears, carry-along handle, 4 wheels, rattle ball, and squeaker bone.
Explore textures, move along with the push toy dog, and put in and take out a ball and a bone.
Crinkle sounds awaken babies auditory awareness.
Bright bold colours and patterns stimulate baby’s vision.
A colourful, free rolling push-along that features crinkle ears, multiple fabrics, ribbons and shapes perfect for discovery. Includes puppy toys with rattle and squeaker that allows baby to learn ‘put-in and take-out’ play.
It’s suitable for ages 6 Months +.
What my little tester thought about Pippin:
This is one of her favourite toys ever!
To start with before she was moving (crawling) around like Speedy Gonzales she loved watching her big brother move Pippin up and down and she always took out the ball & bone to chew on them.
The crinkly ears have been a real hit and must taste nice because she doesn’t stop chewing them!
She has yet to learn how to push the bone to make a squeaking noise but she has sussed out pretty quickly that the ball has a little rattle inside and she loves shacking it (and shaking it and shaking it).
Thanks to Pippin Mummy could make tons of videos when she first started crawling to send to Germany to show Oma&Opa and the rest of the family.
We think Pippin will stay with us for a very long time, after all Daddy and Finnster are eager to get a dog (once we move out of the flat and buy a house) but Molly-May and me both agree that Pippin is just as good as a real dog (might even be better because he doesn’t bark at all!)
I wouldn’t hesitate for a second to recommend Pippin or the Lamaze range of toys to my friends and i think they make fab little presents for a newborn hamper!
You can purchase Pippin for only
16.99£ 13.99£ over on the website.
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Disclaimer: I have been send the Lamaze “Pippin the Push Along Pub” for reviewing purposes, but all thoughts and opinions are mine.