This cuddly friend is easy to grip for small hands and withstands both sharp teeth and wet kisses. If you press gently on the bunny's tummy, your baby will hear a soft squeak and respond with a smile.
The colours, shapes and sounds from the soft squeaky toy stimulate the baby's motor skills, hearing and vision.
The toys in the GULLIGAST collection help your baby develop their senses and discover themselves and the world around them. A perfect gift for a new-born baby and new parents.
Sharp contrasts that are easy for a baby to see.
Low sound level, adapted to sensitive baby ears.
We know how sensitive a baby's skin is. That's why we’ve chosen this toy’s soft materials and embroideries with care.
Perfectly matches with other items in the GULLIGAST collection.
100 % polyester
100% polyester - hollow fibre (100% recycled)
Machine wash, max 40°C, mild process.
Do not bleach.
Tumble drying, low temperature (max 60°C).
Do not iron.
Do not dryclean.
Recommended for ages from 0 year.
Length: 18 cm
GULLIGASTSqueaky soft toyArticle number204.842.85
Width: 15 cm
Height: 9 cm
Length: 25 cm
Weight: 0.04 kg
On a trip in the fairytale forest
Already in their first stages of life, small children go on journeys of discovery where all their senses develop at an impressive speed. The baby toys collection GULLIGAST is a fairytale forest full of imaginative animals and plants that stimulate this vital development with colours, shapes and sounds. It’s an invitation to touch, pull and listen – or just watch.
The bunny, the mouse and all the other animals hang, climb and play around in the fantasy world that designer Stina Lanneskog has created.
“I made GULLIGAST into a fairytale forest. Maybe it inspires to own stories when you stand at the changing table and talk to your child about the animals in the mobile.”
Small details with great significance
All the details of the animals are carefully thought out to contribute to the child’s development of different senses.
“Strong colour contrasts, movement and the rustling sound in the bunny’s ear stimulate eyes and ears and spark curiosity. To reach for something is important training of eye-hand coordination,” Stina explains. All the details might not be noticed at first glance but are there for a reason.
“The bunny has embroidered eyelashes that give it character and a friendly look.”
Toys that last
All parts of GULLIGAST are created for both the newborn baby and a couple of months later when he or she can grip and hold the animals. Then you can take them apart from the baby gym – they’re made to handle both wet kisses, and curious fingers that pull rustling ears.
“Later, when your child is ready for other toys, GULLIGAST can be handed over to a younger sibling or another baby on the same journey of discovery.”