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Lamaze Musical Inchworm
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- Squeeze the nose to hear a melody
- Use the ruler on its reverse side to track baby's growth
- Explore the eight different sections that feature multiple textures, squeaks, and crinkles
- Bright colors and multiple patterns promote visual stimulation
- Makes tummy time fun!
- Squeeze the nose to hear a fun song!^Textures and sounds encourage exploration^Bright colors^Makes tummy time fun!^Use ruler to track baby's growth
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The Lamaze Musical Inchworm is filled with surprises that mom and baby will love to explore together! This soft plush toy is made of high quality velour fabric. The inchworm creates special bonds between parent and child as they discover surprises together, while also promoting tummy time play to help develop and strengthen baby’s muscles.
The Inchworm’s bright colors and the various different textures help to promote visual and tactile exploration. Baby will love being rewarded with fun rattles, squeaks, and jingles that help to develop auditory skills. Give the inchworm’s head a squeeze and you will be delighted when he plays his happy little tune.
Track baby’s growth
The Musical Inchworm will help you keep track of how much your baby has grown – inch by inch! Just use the ruler on the Inchworm’s tummy to measure baby up to 24 inches. The Musical Inchworm makes an excellent baby shower gift that will grow with baby from birth up!
Bright Bold Colors
Engage baby's senses.
High Quality Velour Fabric
Squeeze the Inchworm's head to hear a cheerful tune.
Ruler on Inchworm's belly
Measure your baby up to 24 inches.
Top Customer Reviews
We identified the song this unit plays:
It's Jennifer Lopez's "On The Floor" Ft. Pitbull. from 2011.
Which was stolen. The sample from "On The Floor" actually originated from an Indian song called "Soch Na Kya" from the 1990 Indian movie "Ghayal".
... which was stolen from a famous French Brazilian song form 1989 called "Lambada" by the group Kaoma.
... which was also stolen. The melody from "Lambada" was taken from a 1986 Portuguese song called "Chorando Se Foi" by Marcia Ferreira.
... ... which was also stolen. The melody from "Chorando Se Foi" was taken directly from the original:
"Lloranda se fue" by Bolivian band Los Kharkas in 1981.
You've really outdone yourself this time, China. Honestly I'm not even mad. I'm actually impressed.
Seriously though I'd really love to get my money back and have this listing more clearly state that this is NOT in-fact a genuine LaMaze product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Another great product from Lamaze!
Would have gave it 5 stars but the music is a little low and annoying. Read more
My six month old loves this!! I bought this instead of the baby activity center as it will last much long and she can actually teach the toy. Great stimulation. Read morePublished 15 days ago by mamacars
I bought this product after reading all the great reviews. When I received it, it kind of creeped me out seeing how I hate insects. But it is a great sensory learning tool. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is always a win for babies. Both my niece and nephew had one and I bought this one for my 2nd niece and she loves it.Published 1 month ago by Jaime Geyer
My 5 month old LOVES toys by Lamaze, and the musical inchworm is no exception. The head is where the music button is, then the other parts of the body have various bells and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kate B
My 7 month old really loves his new toy, and I love it because, he now doesn't go after my cell phonePublished 1 month ago by Terence K.