Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Holiday Gift Guide: Laugh & Learn Love to Play Sis

The Laugh & Learn Love to Play Sis is a cute little toy. It appears to be the little sister to Fisher Price Laugh & Learn Puppy. This cute little girl responds to baby's touch with silly sayings and songs. It sings familiar songs like Itsy Bitsy Spider. There are two interactive play modes, music and learning, just like her big brother.  

The toy helps with Fine Motor skills. Just like her big brother, Love to Play Sis has a light up heart. Her paws, ears and tummy responds to baby's touch which encourages eye-hand coordination. The toy also helps stimulate baby's senses, and helps with academics by teaching numbers, letters, feelings, parts of the body, colors and more. Some of the musical fun include Itsy Bitsy Spider, If You're Happy and You Know It, Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes and sweet songs just for girls.

This is such a cute option for girls. A lot of companies are starting to realize they don't have products for the opposite gender, or babies who love certain colors available. For example, Lego started making girly Legos and products, there is even some girl colored Mega-Bloks, neutral colored Easy Bake Ovens (which my son really wants), and now this one. Granted, the big brother to this toy was pretty neutral, but I'm a mom who wants my daughter to have everything girly! This is definitely on our list!

The MSRP, according to the Fisher Price website, is $23.00. However, you can find this for $14.97 on Amazon and Walmart. On Amazon, it has 37 reviews. Most are 4 and 5 star. Only one of them is a 1 star review, but it isn't anything specifically with the doll (states that it was sewn weird around one eye, and that she could have paid less buying it in the store rather than online). I think this is a great buy for any baby girl in your life.

Age Range: 6-36 months
MSRP: $23.00 (according to the Fisher Price website).
Requires 3 AA batteries (included)

You can find the Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Love to Play Sis Plush on Amazon, Walmart, and  you can see the toy on the Fisher Price website.  The Fisher Price website has a demo available to view.

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