Bright Starts Tummy Time Prop & Play
Last updated: November 8, 2019
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In our analysis of 30 expert reviews, the Bright Starts Tummy Time Prop & Play placed 11th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Every baby needs a place to play. With the Tummy Time Prop & Play mat, your little cub will have the coziest space to do just that! Plush and padded, this polar bear mat offers support for all your baby’s wiggles and kicks. The sweet matching prop pillow gives baby a lift as she learns to push up during those first few months. Little loops of satin Taggies surrounding the play mat will give your baby extra entertainment and comfort. Baby can also explore crinkle sounds, rattles and other toy attachments. Make tummy time even easier by propping up the polar bear’s head to bring the toys within reach. The propped up paws features a baby safe mirror to engage baby and encourage head movements from left to right. Made to fit well in small spaces, you can bring this mat along when traveling for creature comforts wherever you are!. Care instructions: Mat is machine washable, Wipe clean with damp cloth and mild soap. Do not immerse in water.
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