Lamaze Early Development Toy, Sir Prance A Lot (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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Sir Prance A Lot (the knight) has a squeaker inside his head and is covered in a soft, fuzzy blue and green polyester fabric. There is also a clip on top of his head so that the toy can be attached to a stroller or car seat. The horse is mostly covered in a shinier, more satin-like fabric. There are also ribbon "tags" for his mane and lining the edge of the "blanket" underneath his saddle. The crinkle material that my nephew loves so much is located in the hooves and under the saddle blanket, and there is a bell inside the horse's head. Two plastic rings make up the tail of Sir Prance A Lot's horse.
It arrived in a sealed plastic bag, so it was well protected from the rain and snow.
all of the different sensory points on this one is great - squeaker in the knight, crinkle & stripes in the hooves, jingle in the head, tags all over, and rings that clang together (and according to my baby are wonderful to chew on) make this such a useful developmental toy!
we also purchased Jacques the Peacock and Eddie the Elephant who i had hoped my baby would've enjoyed because they were all so cute but this horse was his favorite.
Because of my nephew's response to Mortie Moose and Sir Prance A-Lot toys my sister-in-law ordered the Lamaze Early Development Toy Olivia the Owl for my nephew to have at his grandparents house. Basically we love the Lamaze Early Development Toys and cannot recommend them enough. Every child should have at least one. Or three.
It was just not the quality I expected and feel I received on my other Lamaze toys (which we love - the Octopus and Peacock).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lamaze toys have always been one of my favorites. My daughter had the butterfly 9 years ago and my son used the Knight. They both loved their toy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Liz11
A baby shower gift for a co-worker! My kids loved these!Published 10 months ago by Caroline P. Pearson
Very cute, I wish it had more elements but baby (8 months) is enjoying it.Published 10 months ago by Joseph Smith