Max’s favourite toys

Now that Max is a lot more mobile, he really loves to play with toys. Anything with wheels is a hit, as of course is anything musical. At the moment, his 3 favourites are:
Fisher Price Cookie Shape Sorter

We had this toy for our older children too, and it has always been a favourite. For Max’s age it makes a great musical toy – when you place the shapes inside the jar you are rewarded with songs and flashing lights. Max will happily spend ages taking the shapes in and out, and putting the lid back on. 
Once he gets older, it will be a fabulous shape sorter too – it will teach colours and shapes. A definite ‘Mum’s favourite’ toy!

Another great musical toy. We had something similar for Gemma and Jacob, but this version has much more. Max loves the songs, and they have helped him learn to clap and dance (if you can call bouncing up and down on your bottom dancing!). There are lots of different songs too so you and your little one don’t get bored too quickly!
He loves the removable panel on the front – there are lots of different buttons to press, switches to flip and sounds to listen to, as well as some lights. The panel was especially useful when he was smaller as we could lie it flat on the floor for some tummy time play.

Now he is bigger the walker has come into its own, and is supporting Max on his own two feet. He can now easily and confidently walk the length of the room using the VTech walker, and he loves the freedom that brings.
What toys does your little one like at the moment?


  1. April 11, 2014 / 11:05 pm

    Such a great idea for a post – Jack loved his VTech walker too 🙂

  2. April 11, 2014 / 11:12 pm

    Oh what a cutie! Looks like he is having such an amazing time 🙂 x

  3. April 12, 2014 / 2:17 pm

    hahahah His cheeky face with the walker!! Gorgeous boy! I love the laugh and learn puppy, we keep meaning to get it for T x

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