Baby Einstein recently released a line of fun new interactive toys for babies that include lights and sounds as they play. Their new line of toys are all sea themed and include a Sweet Dreams Mobile, Crib Soother, Travel Mirror, Activity Saucer, and a Peek-A-Scene toy. One of their newest toys, the Music & Discovery Travel Mirror, can be used from birth on up. “The journey of baby-self discovery continues on the go – made easy with adjustable straps for vehicle headrest attachment – with this playful mirror featuring dancing lights, charming characters and classical melodies.”
Features of the Music & Discovery Travel Mirror:
- Four play modes
- Discovery mode Introduces baby to colors and shapes in 3 languages
- Lights and melodies
- Lights only
- Adjustable straps for use over most headrests
- Sun dial timer
I was able to check out Baby Einstein’s new Music & Discovery Travel Mirror. My youngest is too old for the mirror as he is still rear-facing but would just kick and ruining the mirror if attached right in front of him. However, that didn’t stop all 3 of my boys from being enamored with the toy while it was still in the box. The mirror has a very large mirror section for baby to be able to see themselves and for parents to be able to check on your child in their car seat while you are driving. It also introduces shapes and has fun lights and songs to entertain your child while on the go. This is a cute toy and great for your child’s first year or when they are ready to go back to forward facing and still need entertainment to keep them from fussing while on the road.
You can find Baby Einstein‘s new activity toys for babies through Toys “R” Us and Target. The Music & Discovery Travel Mirror retails for $29.99 and is geared for infants rear and forward facing from newborn and up.
Disclosure: I received a Baby Einstein Music & Discovery Travel Mirror in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.