Discover what makes every Leo baby special! This perfect book for your little star is part of a gorgeous and 100% giftable 12-book astrology board book series that shares gentle thoughts about the characteristics of a child born under each star sign.
Dear little Leo, did you know that you are generous, warmhearted, and cheerful? Every Leo baby and toddler (born July 23 to August 22) is going to need this charming, gentle board book, which allows grown-ups and children to share the many lovely qualities that make each Leo kid special.
Little ones–just like adults–will love knowing the traits of their star sign while learning that they are unique, wonderful, and, above all, so loved. The absolute perfect gift for baby showers, first birthdays, and anytime a baby is celebrated, the Baby Astrology series lets little ones know that they are ALL stars.
Beautiful natural Beech Wood baby rattles. Hand sanded so they are silky smooth, our rattles contain a solid round Beech ring and two smaller Beech beads your little ones will love exploring new textures and listening to the soft rattle sounds.
These gorgeous rattles are also perfect for you teething bubba, with all the same antibacterial qualities as our teething rings!
Beech wood is a hard non splintering wood that is naturally antibacterial, totally chemical free, durable and shock resistant. Due to the fact that Beech wood is a natural product, there will be different grains and variations which adds to the charm.
Independently tested and certified to meet AS/NZS 8124 Australian and New Zealand Safety Standards.
To wash, wipe with a damp cloth. Do not submerge in water. Always supervise your children with our products and discard at the first sign of damage.
The Blue Q BBQ Sock Wearing Man is a master of his char-grilled domain. He doesn't need any fancy cage-like accessories or novelty aprons! All he needs is a big-ass pointy fork and some well-supported feet. You can help him with that, can't you? Men's shoe size 7-12.
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