Navigating your busy life while trying to strike a balance as a working mama is never easy. It’s an ever evolving, learning curve filled with daily learnings. However, when some sort of balance is achieved, this balance can help reduce your stress levels, and allow you to chase and achieve your goals. Fisher-Price has three tips to help you and your baby find the perfect balance every day. Let’s see what these look like.
Finding multifunctional toys, which grow as your baby does, is a good way of investing as they reduce the need to buy products at every stage of development.
Creating balance for your baby
A Walker is an ideal way for your baby to find balance. The Fisher-Price 2-Sided Steady Speed Walker is an interactive learning toy that “grows” with your baby. All the way from sitting, to pulling up, to finally taking their first steps. Theunique, car-theme lets little ones stand and push along from either side, and both sides feature a variety of engaging activities. Smart Stages technology helps teach the alphabet, opposites, and counting as little drivers “cruise” around.
Features and benefits of the walker include: 3 ways to play as baby grows from sitting to standing to walking all around; 3 Smart Stages learning levels with 50+ songs, sounds and phrases that teach the alphabet, counting and opposites; 10+ activities help keep baby busy, including pretend car dashboard with light-up steering wheel, 3 shape blocks to sort, and more; and, helps develop fine and gross motor skills while introducing early academics for infants and toddlers ages 6 months to 3 years.
Creating balance for you both
Support structures help ease any pressure you may be feeling. Find advice from support groups and ask a family member or friend to lend a hand when you need it. Friendships can help you understand that you’re not alone, and babies find a different kind of stimulation when playing with other children. Play dates can help to support both of your needs, and they’re a great opportunity to have fun and reconnect with friends.