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Peek A Boo Puppy is a stuffed puppy for babies that they can play peek-a-boo with for hours. When you press the puppy's left foot, it raises a piece of fabric over its eyes so that the baby can't see it. At the same time, it also recites one of six different phrases, such as "Hello, Baby. " This stuffed toy comes in three different shades, including tan, blue and pink, and if your child's not that into puppies, you can choose to get a bear or elephant that plays peek-a-boo instead.
The cost of Peek A Boo Puppy is $24.99 plus $8.95 shipping, for a total price of $33.94. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page found at peekaboopuppy.com; however, the company has since ceased selling Peek A Boo Puppy and has taken down the website. Peek A Boo Puppy may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
When introducing one of these toys to your child, you should first place it in front of them for a couple of minutes so they get used to it. Otherwise, they might get scared when it starts playing peek-a-boo and making noises. If the child wants to touch it, let them touch it at this point.
After your child is fairly comfortable with the new toy, press the toy's left foot and watch it raise the fabric attached to its body over its eyes, while offering a cheerful greeting. (If you have the elephant, it'll flop its ears over its eyes instead of raising a piece of fabric.).
Once either you or your child is tired of the toy covering and uncovering its eyes and talking, you can simply press the toy's left foot again to turn it off. Some children may get tired of playing peek-a-boo after a few minutes while others may want to play for a few hours—it all depends on the child and their mood.
While most adults would probably find a game of peek-a-boo quite boring, babies have limited knowledge of the idea that something can be here one moment and gone the next. Therefore, they're fascinated when any person or creature covers its eyes and are stimulated by having to wonder where the eyes have gone. When they seem to magically reappear, they find it exciting. Babies also enjoy being talked to in a cheerful tone, even if they don't understand the words. This combination of language and visual stimulation is the main reason why the Peek A Boo Puppy entertains babies so effectively.
This toy puppy hasn't been specifically designed for babies of any particular gender, so boys and girls will be able to enjoy it equally. They may even want to play with one toy together, although some babies will prefer to play alone.
If you want to obtain a Peek A Boo Puppy, you can get a light pink one, a blue one, or one in a shade of tan. Your other two options include a light brown bear or a gray elephant if you think your child would prefer one of those animals to a puppy.
Each creature is made of soft, high-quality material, so besides playing peek-a-boo with it, your child will be able to cuddle with their stuffed animal if they choose. The material is so durable that one of these stuffed animals may last a child for years and may even be able to be passed on to another child.
You can shut off your toy so it doesn't talk or move anymore by quickly pressing its left foot. If you happen to leave it on, it'll also shut off on its own after a certain period of time, so you won't need to worry about it continuing to babble all night.
If you're taking care of your baby but also have a lot of household chores to do, you may not have time to play peek-a-boo with the child. Fortunately, you can set your child up nearby with one of these stuffed animals as you complete your chores, and the toy will play the game with them.
The Peek A Boo Puppy (or bear, or elephant) will make a good gift for virtually any baby or small child on almost any special occasion. While most older children find toys like this boring, kids up to kindergarten age may be entertained by one of these stuffed animals. Plus, if you give one to a child you know, they may remember you in a positive light each time they play with it.
Some babies cannot identify animals, especially if they don't interact with many household pets, but playing with a stuffed puppy, bear, elephant or all three will help them in this area. After playing with one of these toys regularly, they may be more likely to correctly identify the corresponding animal when they see one in real life or on television.
You'll need to put a set of batteries in each one of these toys in order for it to work properly, but your first set of three AA batteries will be included with each toy.
The high-pitched voice that comes out of each of these stuffed animals may annoy adults or older children. That means you might have to restrict the amount of time your small child plays with theirs while there are other people around—especially in public.
It's not stated that this toy is safe to be cleaned in a washing machine, so it's best to just wipe its surface off with a damp cloth if it happens to get dirty.
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