Bright Starts Grab and Stack Blocks & Dancing Teether Friends Review


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For review I received 2 different products which included the “Grab and Stack Blocks” and “Dancing Teether Friends” teether/rattle.

Dancing Teether Friends

These character teethers are perfect for soothing baby’s gums!


Teether body, hands, and feet soothe baby’s gums
Shake for fun rattling sounds
Easy for baby to grasp and hold

My first impression of the teeter was that it was harder than I anticipated. I am used to my older children’s teethers being those soft, water-filled pillowy ones.  The teether also acts as a rattle which didn’t entertain my youngest that much, but the rattle was a tool for my older children to interact with my youngest and engage her in play. Since she is only 4 months old, her ‘playtime’ is a bit boring to the older girls. They are continually trying to involve my youngest in activities and conversations and this teether helped.  I have found that linking the teether to the carseat using “Lots of Links”, available from Bright Starts worked well for keeping it close and off of the floor.

Here is my little soon-to-be teether!

 Grab and Stack Blocks

Stack and tumble, build and crumble with these soft fabric blocks! This set of four blocks, each featuring different patterns and characters, are sure to make playtime a blast!


4 soft blocks rattle or jingle
3-D features include crinkle, satin tags, and knotties to engage baby
Each block features a letter, number, cute character, and colorful pattern
Sewn in loops to attach to carrier for on-the-go fun

The “Grab and Stack Blocks” were a big hit! The blocks appeal to many senses as they are brightly colored, covered with different textures (smooth ribbon, soft fabric, ribbed edging) , learning points (colors, letters, numbers), and even different sounds (some of the blocks had a crinkly sound to them). The blocks also had a small loop on each one that worked perfectly with the “Lots of Links”. This again provides a way to keep the toys off the ground and would be especially helpful in a restaurant to help avoid an infants favorite game: “I drop, Mommy get”!
I am looking forward to watching my daughter enjoy these as she continues to explore the world around her.
As a reference I’m sure you all know the Lots of Links I’m mentioning, but if not, I included a picture below.  If you have a baby, you probably need these!

This review was written by Angela for The Mama Report.


I received the above mentioned products for review purposes all opinions are my own.

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