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Lamaze Play & Grow Stretch the Giraffe Take Along Toy

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Stretch the Giraffe
  • Brightly colored, with stretchy legs that rattle, crinkle, jingle, chime, and squeak
  • Builds coordination by rewarding baby's pulls, squeezes, and grabs with fun sounds
  • Soft body and head; teether rings around neck; colorful ribbons, knots, and ties make up legs
  • Attached Lamaze link makes this handy as take-along toy
  • Newborn to 24 months
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Product Information

Style: Stretch the Giraffe
Technical Details
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions11.3 x 6 x 3.1 inches
OriginChina
UPC796714270258
Item model numberLC27025
Target genderUnisex
StyleStretch the Giraffe
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB000I2Q0FE
Best Sellers Rank #2,173 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Style: Stretch the Giraffe

Product Description

Lamaze Play & Grow Stretch the Giraffe Take Along Toy

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Designed for babies from birth up to 24 months, the Lamaze Stretch the Giraffe is made to delight babies and stimulate their natural curiosity. Whether playing in his crib, sitting in the high chair, or traveling in the car, your little one will enjoy hours of interactive play and exploration with this cute, cuddly toy. Developed in conjunction with child development experts from Yale University, Stretch comes complete with a portable Lamaze link clip for easy attachment to strollers, carriers, and diaper bags.

The Lamaze Stretch the Giraffe:
  • Helps stimulate baby's vision and auditory skills
  • Builds coordination by rewarding baby's pulls with fun sounds
  • Comes complete with Lamaze link clip for easy attachment to strollers, carriers and diaper bags


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Stimulates Baby's Vision and Auditory Skills
When babies are first born, they see in black and white. This is why Stretch strikes a balance between bright, high contrast patterns that help stimulate baby's vision, and bold solid colors that give baby's eyes a place to rest. Sounds like rattle, crinkle, jingle, chime and squeak also help stimulate and develop baby's auditory skills. Finally, Stretch's large, friendly eyes invite baby to focus and stare at a single object, which can help calm baby while supporting healthy eye development.

Builds Coordination
Stretch has a soft, plush body and head that encourage exciting play or quiet cuddling. Stretchy legs feature colorful ribbons, knotties and clinky rings that help build coordination by rewarding baby's pulls, squeezes and grabs with fun sounds. Baby can also clutch or chew on the safe, cheery and clinky rings around Stretch's neck, and grasp and twist the securely fastened ears, horns and decorative ribbons.

Stretch measures 3.0 x 6.0 x 12.0 inches (WxHxD), is machine washable, and comes backed with a 90-day limited warranty.



High Contrast patterns

Stretchy legs

Colorful ribbons

Click Clack rings
About Learning Curve
The creative force behind hundreds of award-winning toys, Learning Curve created the Lamaze Infant Development System by working in tandem with parents, babies, and childhood experts. Learning Curve understands that what matters most to parents is keeping their children healthy, happy, and safe. The company's goal is to help parents do just that by offering products for every stage of a child's development--from feeding to playing to sleeping. Learning Curve's thoroughly researched developmental toys engage children, and provide parents with peace of mind. And their care, safety, feeding and soothing products give you solutions to day-to-day needs at mealtime, bedtime, at home and on-the-go.


What's in the Box
Giraffe toy and Lamaze link clip.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My 3 month old son loves this toy!
LRS1014
A fun toy for any baby -- lots of different textures to feel and it is very colorful.
Frances K. Morrison
She loves the crinkly sound the wings make.
AngelClaud

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

102 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Susie G. Everett on July 2, 2007
Style Name: Jacques the Peacock
Jacques is one of Lamaze's best offerings! The peacock is light enough - and the feather panels thin enough - for little hands to grab, tug and pick up without easily dropping. The feather panels also provide several chewable surfaces for little ones who love to put everything in their mouth.

The shape of this toy also makes it easy to tuck into a car seat. While a lot of toys seem to fall out of the car seat once baby starts playing with them, the flatness of the feather panels and the flat bottom of the peacock body seem to help this toy stay in the seat. Also, the feather panels are easy for baby to reach out for an edge, grab and pull back into reach.

For these reasons, we made our peacock a "car only" toy so that our little one, who was not fond of car travel at 4 months, would have something he liked in the car. This toy was an immediate favorite even before our little one really became interested in these types of toys.

The back of the peacock feathers have different black and white panels which makes the toy interesting even when the toys happens to be upside down. The cute face and large eyes appealed to our little guy and were worthy of cues and smiles - a friend indeed. I could not be happier with this toy. Our favorite Lamaze character!
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100 of 103 people found the following review helpful By M. Lyon on January 31, 2010
Style Name: Jacques the Peacock Verified Purchase
I've never written a review for any baby toys before, but I'm going to make an exception for Jacques. We call him Pierre the Peacock, because alliteration is more fun than consonance, but I digress.

As far as our 5-month-old is concerned, Jacques is the greatest thing that has ever existed. Our son goes absolutely insane at the mere sight of Jacques. Even a month ago, when he was not such a grabby baby, he wanted to touch all parts of Jacques simultaneously. With great intensity, he wants to stare at Jacques and never look away; he wants to squeak and scream and laugh at Jacques as loud as he can. His love for Jacques is metaphysical.

In fact, if it was possible to be a little too excited by a toy, Jacques might potentially fit that bill. Sometimes our son is overwhelmed by his excitement for Jacques. Jacques is baby cocaine.

Our only complaint is that we wish Jacques was machine-washable. He fell on the garage floor and got very dirty, and now our son spends his days in a deep, Jacques-less, existential depression. C'est la vie...
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Noelle VINE VOICE on May 17, 2007
Style Name: Jacques the Peacock Verified Purchase
Around 10 weeks, my baby finally started noticing the Lamaze toys we had around the house - we had the Emily doll first - and now that is her ultimate favorite toy. I just purchased Jacques for her, and she loves him too. The back of the toy is patterns of black and white fabric, and has the crinkly sound babies seem to love. Each of the "feathers" has a different interest point - a squeaker, a soft bulb, a mirror, and satin touch ribbons. This is a really great deal, too - Babies R Us sells the same toy for $12.99 as of today.
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142 of 163 people found the following review helpful By M. Windham on May 12, 2008
Style Name: Stretch the Giraffe
A Personal Warning to all who have this baby toy by Lamaze. (Stretch The Giraffe)
PLEASE READ!!

I LOVED this giraffe..this thing is the cutest toy ever and I had placed this on my wish list for my baby shower last May. Well..I ended up receiving the giraffe from a good friend of mine for my baby shower like I had wanted. My son had only played with it maybe twice since he's been born, so it's still pretty brand new.

My son is 10 months old now, and we just moved to a new house last week, so I re introduced him to stretch yesterday, (still in super new condition) and he had been sitting in his highchair playing with him, chewing and biting on him as most babies will do with their toys. It's to be expected.

I was upstairs unpacking, my son was in his highchair next to my husband while he washed dishes when my son started choking!!

He was choking on the white stuffing inside the toys foot! He had managed to chew the thing until it became unstitched at the seams and that's when the stuffing began to fill his mouth. He must have swallowed a majority of what he had in his mouth. Needless to say, it was a frightening moment for all of us!!

UGH! I am just so disappointed and now concerned for anyone else's children who may have this toy!

Upon close inspection of this toy after the fact, I noticed that the stitching is very poor. Not nearly strong enough to withstand the mouth of a teething baby! I noted other parts of the giraffes seams and stitching where it has signs of also beginning to become unstitched!
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By S. Sprague on April 19, 2007
Style Name: Stretch the Giraffe
My 4 month old loves it, and has loved it since he was around 3 months old. I hang it from his bassinet, the toy bar on his stroller/car seat, and the toybar on his swing. It always catches his interest and as he's growing he's discovering new things about it. That the feet make sounds or feel crunchy, etc. It's great to watch him engage a toy like this. It's the first one that he had interest in, and the longest-lasting.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Sarah on November 22, 2009
Style Name: Jacques the Peacock
We have both the Lamaze Jacques the Peacock and the Lamaze Freddie the Firefly. The baby instantly took to the firefly absolutely loving it from 3 months to 6 months. The peacock was much harder for him to hang on to and despite being similar in style was ignored. If I had a choice I would go for the firefly instead... Lamaze Freddie the Firefly
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