Tiny Love Mobile Magical Night Mobile
Adorable 3 in 1 mobile projector and starry night light will comfort baby’s bedtime from birth to toddler
- 3 in 1 product:
- 0-5 months: Musical mobile with overhead canopy projection
- 5-18 months: Crib music box with ceiling projection
- 18+ months: Charming starry musical night-lamp
- Musical variety: 3 different musical categories with 9 relaxing tunes
- 30 minutes of continuous music
- 0-18+ months
- Imagination & Creativity
- 1-4 months
Baby’s vision is still quite limited, so he will enjoy viewing the mobile projection on the overhead canopy.
- 4+ months
Now that baby’s sight is fully developed, she can enjoy watching the ceiling projection, following the animals’ movements and seeing them appear and disappear.
Baby Steps :
Magical Night allows parents to easily moderate the level of stimulation.
Activate the lights, movement and music all together or introduce baby to just one feature at a time; play all 9 different tunes or introduce each one of the 3 categories separately; enjoy the full mobile experience or remove the overhead arm and use as a music box.
If your baby seems uncomfortable or restless (crying, averting her gaze, etc) reduce the level of stimulation. For example, turn the music, music projection or movement on separately and monitor baby’s reaction. Check whether baby shows preference for a certain tune,
If your baby seems uninterested or bored, he might need more stimulation. Turn the music, movement and lights on together. Gradually, reduce the number of stimuli to help baby focus.
After baby turns 3 months, you can introduce the ceiling projection while monitoring baby’s responses. The strong colors and large images could either intrigue baby or disconcert her. If she seems taken aback, introduce the feature and point to the ceiling explaining what she can see.
Did you know?
Baby’s reaction to the mobile projector may vary. When he is alert he might respond one way and when tired another. Adjust the use of the mobile and level of stimulation to baby’s changing moods and needs (i.e. soft music and few features to help baby fall asleep or louder music and more features to keep him engaged, etc).