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Review: Play Together Caterpillar

A lot of the toys we get when our kids are babies are the cute ones and this teether is definitely adorable. Our youngest is teething pretty bad at the moment so when I saw the Play Together Caterpillar I knew it was something I wanted to get for her. When I was taking it out of the packaging I called her into the living room and I wish I would have gotten it on video because she was absolutely the cutest. She did a huge gasp and made her shocked face then demanded that I give her the caterpillar. It has a fuzzy tail, a crinkly body and a light green leaf-shaped teether hanging on it. There is a handle attached to the segmented body and if you shake it you can hear a jingle coming from the head of the caterpillar. I think all of the different textures and bright colors make it a wonderful toy for any baby. Having the teether is a huge plus because then this toy is one that can grow with baby from newborn to growing teeth and even longer if your child so chooses. 



Our daughter has taken this toy around since I opened it for her. She is definitely a fan of this adorable caterpillar. And since the tail is floppy I can easily fold it over so that I can stick it in my purse. I love that I can stuff it into my purse and go. Makes traveling with our youngest easier since she can be quite the handful. Another thing I really like about this caterpillar is all the different colors on it. Our daughter has started to learn some colors and since she loves this toy so much I can use it to ask her what the different colors are. I also think this toy could be used for a young puppy. It has all the basic features that most dog toys have plus the teether could help out a puppy in need. I have found that both baby toys and dog toys have rattles, crinkles, water bottle parts and teethers on them. If our dog was a puppy this is something that I would get for her but she is an adult now. 



This cute caterpillar is definitely one toy that I would recommend. It can grow with baby, it is adorable, has bright colors, a teether, crinkled, a jingly bit, it is soft and had a fuzzy blue tail. Small enough to put in your bag and go. Our daughter takes it to bed and insists it comes with her when she wakes up. We got this cuties from Timberdoodle of course. It also comes with their Tiny Tots Kit which I would also recommend if you have a child that is not ready for preschool just yet. We have not be dissatisfied with any of our Timberdoodle kits so I imagine you all will love them, too. What cute baby toys do you have? Let me know in the comments below. 

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