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Activity Mat For Babies





activity mat for babies






    for babies
  • (For Baby (For Bobbie)) John Denver (December 31, 1943 - October 12, 1997), born Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr., was an American singer-songwriter, actor, activist, and poet.





    activity
  • action: the state of being active; "his sphere of activity"; "he is out of action"

  • bodily process: an organic process that takes place in the body; "respiratory activity"

  • any specific behavior; "they avoided all recreational activity"

  • The condition in which things are happening or being done

  • A thing that a person or group does or has done

  • Busy or vigorous action or movement





    mat
  • entangle: twist together or entwine into a confusing mass; "The child entangled the cord"

  • a thick flat pad used as a floor covering

  • Tangle (something, esp. hair) in a thick mass

  • Become tangled

  • flat: not reflecting light; not glossy; "flat wall paint"; "a photograph with a matte finish"











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Black, White & Red Activity 3D Playmat & Gym


Black, White & Red Activity 3D Playmat & Gym



Black, White & Red 3D Activity Playmat & Gym, by Genius Babies Toys. Sometimes you just have to put down your little bundle of joy and give your arms a rest! But where can you set someone who may not be able to sit upright? The 3-D Activity Gym may be the perfect answer. This portable, washable gym is easy to assemble. Simply spread the 3-foot-square quilt on the floor and enjoy a vivid animal circus in red, white, and black. Slide two pliable arches into the corner sockets of the quilt, so that they cross diagonally. Clip the Panda, rattles, and mirrors into the hole-punched arches. The dangles can be repositioned for endless variety. Babies can lie on their backs and stare up at the bright, high-contrast dangling toys. To put away the gym, simply remove the arches, fold up the quilt, and tuck all the parts into a handy waterproof carrying case. (similar to gymini playmat) Ages Birth and up.










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Black and White activity mat




Black and White activity mat





An appealing quilted activity mat for babies ages birth and up.

Experts have found that babies enjoy looking at high contrast colors and patterns. Black and white patterns present the highest possible contrast therefore they are the most visible and attractive to your baby.

I have made one of these mats for my 10 week old daughter. She loves looking at all of the different patterns and touching the mat with her feet.

I have added alternating black and white felt tags to the edges of the mat for an added sensory experience.

This activity mat has 12 different patterns to stimulate your baby! The batted lining makes this mat extremely soft!

From a smoke-free home!

Your baby WILL enjoy looking at and playing with this mat!

This mat is approx. 13 1/2"x 13 1/2"

EASY TO CLEAN!! Just throw it into your washing machine!

Please contact me if you would like to order an activity mat in custom colors. I would be happy to make it.













Baby Einstein Play Gym $40




Baby Einstein Play Gym $40





The Discover & Play Activity Gym is a soft play gym with fun Baby Einstein characters on the mat that correspond with hanging plush characters. There are 10 accessory toys included to help stimulate the baby. The toys include a star shaped plush with lights. Press the center of the star and listen to classical music from Beethoven and Bach as you watch the lights dance to the music. The star can be removed and used on toy bars and cribs. Other toys include plush characters that crinkle, rattle and squeak, a soft book with animal pictures and a mirror for baby to see themselves. A prop up pillow is also included. Our Discover & Play Activity Gym will surely give your baby many hours of fun! For newborn and up.

Soft play gym featuring Baby Einstein characters
Features classical music by Bach & Beethoven
10 accessory toys included for baby's enjoyment










activity mat for babies








activity mat for babies




Bright Starts Bounce-a-Bout Activity Center






Bright Starts Bounce A BoutAward Winner!!! Bounce, Spin & Rock in this fun filled entertainer. Unique bounce pad provides a soft surface for babies feet to play. Eight entertaining toys are within baby's reach including a Ladybug Mirror that plays silly sounds when baby presses its nose. Overhead toy bar encourages baby to reach and grab. Seat spins so baby has access to all the fun. Ladybug Mirror plays silly soundsFrog spinner TopSpinning Bee Rattle BallRatcheting Bug with crinkle fabric wingsLilly pad toy stalk with fabric edgesOverhead toy arch includes teether and hanging Bumblebee Easy to clean toy trayFour toy loops for attaching more of baby's favorite toysThree adjustable height settings in seat \Lays flat for storageMachine washable seat padProduct Measures 28x28x33Recommended Ages: 4 months & Up










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NEW BABY ALIVE DOLLS. ALIVE DOLLS


NEW BABY ALIVE DOLLS. MONKEY BABY SHOWER INVITES. THE BEST AGE TO HAVE A BABY



New Baby Alive Dolls





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    baby alive
  • Baby Alive is a baby doll made by Hasbro that eats, drinks and wets. Its mouth moves and is supposed to be lifelike. It was originally made and introduced by Kenner in 1973, and reintroduced by Hasbro in 2006. Today, Baby Alive is offered in Caucasian, African-American, and Hispanic varieties.





    dolls
  • (doll) a small replica of a person; used as a toy

  • Dolls is a film directed by horror director Stuart Gordon and released in 1987, after Gordon's success with Re-Animator. The film was shot in Italy in 1985. Dolls has taken credit for having inspired several similar "killer doll" movies since, most prominently Child's Play.

  • Decorate or dress up something

  • Dress someone or oneself smartly and attractively

  • (doll) dame: informal terms for a (young) woman











Paul Leroy Gold




Paul Leroy Gold





Hemlock Street was a dead-end road on a wooded hillside to the west of the Shenango river, its lots occupied by only a few small family homes. Paul Leroy Gold didn’t live there; he had a room a mile away in the centre of town. Yet, on a Friday afternoon in March,1942, he just happened to be on Hemlock Street when a nine-year-old girl and a little boy came by.

Paul struck up a casual conversation with them. He asked the boy if he’d like some sweets, and gave him 50 cents to go to the store to get some. Then he told the girl about a baby doll that he had, and offered to take her to see it. He led her into the woods until they were some way from the road, and he raped her.

From the moment he buttoned up his trousers and brushed the leaves from his clothes, he had a little over an hour left as a free man. The little girl went home and told her mother what had happened, and her mother called the police, who found Paul resting in his room just sixty minutes later - they must have known exactly who to look for. They took him to detective headquarters, where the girl and the boy identified him. He admitted what he had done and pled guilty in court the next morning.

Good riddance to him. But what about the girl?

The New Castle News, for very good reasons, didn't give the girl's name, but there was a nine-year-old girl who lived on Hemlock Street at the time: Eileen Hoover, who had been born to Frank and Olive Hoover in 1933. She was the youngest child of four. None of the other families on Hemlock Street - the Reamers, the Millers, the Heckarts - had children of that age. She’s almost certainly the girl who had the bad luck to run into Paul Leroy Gold.

Her father, who worked in a steel mill, had died not long after she was born, having been ill for most of the few months that she’d been alive. Her mother, a Sunday school teacher, struggled to raise the three children on her own, and had to send Eileen’s oldest brother to a Government-run work camp when he was sixteen.

Paul Leroy Gold didn’t know any of that, of course. Would it have made a difference if he had?

In the later forties, when Eileen was in her teens, she became a very enthusiastic girl guide. Although she didn’t have the good fortune to rise to the rank of patrol leader, she appears always to have been happy to organise wiener roasts at her house and so on. She met a boy scout troop leader called Kenneth Sickels, and they married when they were eighteen. They set up home with Eileen’s mother in Hemlock Street and named their first child James, after Eileen’s brother, who was a pilot in the air force by that time. The following year, they had a daughter, but she died when she was five months old - the same age that Eileen was when her father died.

Years later, Eileen's husband took aviation training and, in 1968, became a flight instructor at New Castle airport. Perhaps his choice of career had been influenced by talks with Eileen’s pilot brother. The two families had, after all, grown remarkably close over the years and had ended up spending more time around each other than might have seemed likely when they’d first met, largely due to the fact that, in 1958, Eileen’s older sister, Mina, had married Eileen's husband's recently widowed father, which would have meant that Kenneth’s step-mother was also his sister-in-law, and Eileen’s sister was also her step-mother-in-law. The ties that bind.

Paul Leroy Gold wouldn't have known about any of that either. If he thought about the girl he raped at all, he probably pictured her as a child, perhaps still in among the trees off Hemlock Street. And how did that little girl picture him, all those years later, when she was grown up with a family of her own? As the stranger on her street? The beast in the woods? The captive in handcuffs?

With any luck, she didn't waste much time thinking about him at all.











things we should all be afraid of...




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