This cute lump of love has chunky arms, feet and ears to grab as a take-along friend as kids explore and experience their world. He sits up so easily to receive his meals, hear a book read, or watch his friend play. Pretend play is very important, emerging at about 1 year of age as kids imitate adults in their environment, practicing conversations, directions and being mini adults. These pretend play scenarios help build language skills as children repeat phrases and sentences they have heard from mom and dad in familiar situations. What a wonderful companion this Bebe Rabbit is for learning and loving, with a rattle in his foot so you know he’s always with you!
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Sherry, thanks for giving us back our son. We are so grateful for everything you did for Ben and our family. Not seeing you every week makes me feel that something is missing… but we look forward to a summertime walk! We miss you,Nicole, mother of 2 year-old boy who was dismissed from therapyWestport, CT
Sherry, thank you so much for working with my girls for so long. Your kindness, thoughtfulness, insight and professionalism made our experience so meaningful. My husband and I appreciate all you have done for them. Let’s keep in touch. Thanks again.Mother of 3 and 5 year-old girlsGreenwich, CT
Thank you Sherry! You are a BIG help and Max adores you.Maria, mother of a 5 year-old boyFairfield, CT