After sharing the most darling baby clothing brands and ideas for a baby’s first Christmas, I have something else that is just as fab for the youngest of our families. US brand Lovevery just launched it’s children’s educational play products and toys in Europe.
The young and award-winning brand wants to help all parents feel confident that they are giving their children the best start in life. How? Lovevery’s toys promote brain development and give children the best possible start in life. They launched with their bestselling Play Gym and Block Set that I will show you more in detail below.
Every product is rooted in science, thoughtfully crafted, and made for learning. We received samples to have a look at the quality and I have to say I am very impressed. You know that I love wooden toys and as a mum of 4 I have seen and played myself with a lot of toys. The colours are vibrant, the wood very soft, the edges are round, and the packaging is on par with what I expect from a high-quality brand.
What does Lovevery stand for?
Our goal is to help every parent feel confident. Our play products are designed by child development experts with the simplest, purest purpose: to be exactly what children need at each stage.
Jessica and Rod created Lovevery, to help create developmental experiences in the lives of new babies and families. Helping parents feel confident that they are giving their little ones just what they want and need every step of the way.
The award-winning Block Set
Now, you may say: Blocks are blocks and have been around for generations. And that is true. However, here is an innovative approach to an old concept. This 70 pieces high-quality wooden set that comes with accompanying shapes and tools is designed to take a child from 18 to 48+ months seamlessly. It is made from sustainably harvested wood and water-based non-toxic paint and comes in a very beautiful wooden box.
And all together we are looking at 20 stage-based challenges and activities that are possible with just one set: 18 colourful cubes for counting, stacking and toppling. Mix and match with other shapes to explore more advanced physical concepts. 18 differently coloured planks for fun practice with balance, stability, and geometry. 9 geometrically shaped blocks and 2 arches for imaginative play, shape sorting, and more complex building and balancing. 4 wooden friends to help bring a whole new world of imagination to life. And even more magic: 7 pieces fit together to transform the wooden storage box into a simple pull along car! Next, you have 7 threadable wooden items and the shape-sorting lid, and a divider doubles as a ramp. Phew! Plenty of playtime ahead!
The play gym that gives you a whole year of play
The gym is crafted with natural materials, and sustainably sourced, FSC-certified wood. And it is a product that will help you connect with your baby as they discover their new world. The mat comes with all accessories like various card sets, teething rings, contrast balls, and more. It focuses on the baby’s whole first year of play. And includes everything needed from battling teething, to tummy time, to learning to focus.
Personally, I like the look of this gym. It is an essential item and nice when it manages to be colourful and interesting enough for your baby and still fits in with your home and aesthetics. Furthermore, your baby will enjoy the high contrasts, the different textures, and you will love: There are no crazy and endless sounds!
Altogether I think that these products cover your baby’s and toddler’s needs perfectly. The investment of a high-quality toy, that entertains your child over a long period is well worth it. They do not need much, but stimulation and toys that get their creativity and senses going are ideal!
Grounded by science and backed by research, both products are designed to create developmental experiences in the lives of babies and children. Encompassing modern designs and updated approaches to early learning.
In collaboration with Lovevery!
PS: Loving the colours of the blocks… toys that decorate when baby is asleep!