We love it
A great way to exercise little legs while learning, the Blossom Farm Musical Activity Station features a soft and comfy seat that your little one can swivel around in to enjoy all of the built-in toys that surround them. There are beads to rattle and spin, a picture book to flip, plenty of buttons to press and a keyboard with tunes and animal noises. The keyboard can also be removed for tummy time play. The Musical Activity Station is also light in weight and features a carry handle.
One of the best!
Simple and fun activity centre. We loved this in our home. It’s easy to move around, comfortable for baby, not too much going on to overstimulate baby, easy to use for baby and very easy to clean. We highly recommend this activity centre to anyone who is looking to buy one!
A lifesaver for exhausted mums!
This activity centre has been an absolute lifesaver for me. Whenever I needed to have a shower or do something in the kitchen, I would put my son in his bouncer within my view so I would know he was safe and he could also see me. However, once he was 4 or 5 months old he would get bored in the bouncer and so I went in search of something a bit more interactive which would also help develop his back and neck strength even more.
I came across this activity centre on eBay and picked it up for the bargain price of $52 (RRP is $145). I really lov...ed the colours and the farm theme, and it would suit either a boy or girl. It was also one of the few activity centers I had seen that wasn't gaudy or a giant contraption. Even at the full retail price, it was still cheaper than many other activity centers on the market. I also love that it has a detachable keyboard so once bub is too big for the centre, they can still play with the keyboard independently. The keyboard and all the music sounds are nice to listen to and not annoying. There aren't a heap of activities on the centre, but certainly enough to keep my son occupied for 15 mins or so while I attend to other things. He is still happy to play in the centre now at 8 months old, but he is getting quite strong and has worked out how to lift off the detachable keyboard and drops it over the side with a loud thud. He is also able to move the activity centre across our wooden floorboards (while he is seated in it), so now I just have to make sure he is well away from drawers or cupboards. Although the centre will only be useful for maybe another month, I don't know how I would have coped without it for the last 3 months. It's a pity I hadn't found it sooner to get more time out of it, but there is still the keyboard my son will hopefully want to play with for a bit longer. The fabric seat is easily removable and machine washable. As an added (unintended) bonus, the pages of the plastic book are just the right shape and thickness for my son to rub against his gums when he is teething! Looks good, nice music sounds, compact, detatchable keyboard extends the use of the centre, great distraction for bub. Limited use of the main part of the activity centre considering the price point
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