Tiny Love Soothe and Groove Mobile
The Tiny Love Soothe and Groove Mobile is a melodious musical cot mobile. The choice of music is huge! 18 Tunes across 6 different categories! Baby will have endless entertainment with the Tiny Love Sooth n Groove Mobile! The calming night light will assist baby to sleep and is ideal for boys and girls from Newborn through to 18 months of age! In addition, it has a baby activated button. It Grows with your baby as you can convert it from a cot mobile to a portable music box to take with you. The two speakers provide high quality sound!
- Musical library with endless choice of melodies: 18 tunes in 6 categories
- Grows with your baby: changes from mobile-crib to stand-alone music box
- Baby-activated button promotes independence and enables exploration
- Calming night light helps soothe baby
- Fashionable unisex design.
- Patented product
Designed to develop the following skills, your baby will love it.
- Language & Communication
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Play the unique “white noise” option to your newborn baby. Research has found that these sounds relax newborns as they remind them of sounds they had heard in the womb.
Once the time for mobiles is over, remove the arm and leave the stand-alone music box. Soon enough your baby will learn how to activate the music box independently.
Once your little one starts walking, he or she will enjoy carrying the music box around and listening to their favorite tune from the wide selection!
The Soothe ‘n Groove Mobile Safari allows parents to easily moderate the level of stimulation it offers. Activate the movement and music together or introduce baby to one feature at a time; enjoy the full mobile experience or remove the overhead arm and use as a music box only.
If your baby seems uncomfortable or restless (crying, averting her gaze, etc) reduce the level of stimulation. Turn the music and movement on separately and monitor baby’s reaction. Check whether baby shows preference for a certain tune or genre.
If your baby seems uninterested, he might need more stimulation. Turn the music and movement on together, choosing a more upbeat tune, and draw his attention to the dangling toys.