Being a parent can be overwhelming at the best of times. There are so many options and choices for everything from what your baby wears and eats to what toys they play with and I’m afraid I’m about to make your life that much tougher with a new baby gym review. We received the Tiny Love Gymini 123 Here I Grow a month or so ago and today I am going to tell you what I think of it and if it’s worth your hard earned cash.
They Gymini Here I Grow comes with 15 awesome features and activities which include a frog mirror and bird wind chime. The colours are bright and cheerful with different textures on both the toys as well as the top of the modular frames. This play gym is also able to play music – either a continuous melody or you can set it to musical feedback. On top off all of these impressive features, the Gymini also comes standard with interactive lights.What appealed to me the most, which I think it will for most parents and is the whole ethos around this baby gym, is that it grows with your child. When your little one is 0-6 months the play mat feature is excellent for tummy time, in fact, the Gymini Here I Grow comes with a really useful crescent shaped pillow to assist with this. The mat and toys have wonderful contrasting colours which are excellent for stimulation.Once your child is sitting, around 6 months old, you can convert your baby gym into an activity center. Here they will discover the unique ball and music game which introduces them to cause and effect. Your baby will now be more interested in the hanging toys and will reach and grasp them. This will help them perfect their balance and strengthen their sitting position.The third mode is the one that we have been using and is perfect to use once they start pulling themselves up and standing. They will enjoy the fun spiral ball game which is great for your child’s cognitive growth and they will also encouraged them to stand more and more.We started using a play mat for Aria from the age of about 6 weeks and she absolutely loved it. It was a gret help for tummy time and really kept her entertained so that I could work or do a few chores. If I had to start over and I needed to buy a new play mat or baby gym, I would prefer to buy the Gymini Watch Me Grow. Yes, it may be more expensive but it will last you a lot longer and you will get far more use out of it. In fact, I’m pretty confident that Aria will still be making music with hers for many more months to come.
All in all, I think that this is an excellent investment for your little one, especially if they are still teeny tiny. Well done Tiny Love!