Check the autumn category!
Put the mirror on the floor so your baby can get to know themselves. The floor mirror stimulates the child’s curiosity and allows them to explore their own facial expressions and movements, which is guaranteed to bring plenty of smiles and laughs. Blinky has two teething rings that look like its legs, and activity toys are hidden under the wings. From one wing, a small ladybird with a rattle emerges from a pocket, and on the other wing, which has a squeaky toy animal inside, is an appliqué acorn with a leaf filled with crinkly paper. Blinky’s wings can be closed in front of the mirror using a small Velcro fastening, allowing the child to play peekaboo and appear and disappear in the mirror. On its head and back Blinky has small cuddle flaps, and a heavy base allows the owl to sit up straight. Blinky is a wise friend whose favourite activity is reading aloud before bedtime. A bedtime story is the best way to relax, and Blinky loves this regular routine. The little owl is not afraid of the dark – nighttime feels magical and makes Blinky even more curious – about the moon, the stars, the shadows and the sounds of the night. Sounds are fun, and Blinky can make some very amusing ones.