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1. Baby Activity Spiral Toy, Cozime Stroller Toy, Bed Hanging Toys, Car Seat Toy (Horse) (Click Link to Check Price on Amazon)
Editor’s Rating : 9.4 out of 10
♥Material soft, comfortable, safe, non-toxic♥Lovely animal design with vivid different colors make it easy to draw baby¡¯s attention

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2. Spotted Brown Horse Lil Snugglers 13″ by Douglas Cuddle Toys (Click Link to Check Price on Amazon)
Editor’s Rating : 9.6 out of 10
incredibly soft material on frontsoft satin on back of blanket

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3. Fisher-Price Ocean Wonders Soothe and Glow Seahorse, Blue (Click Link to Check Price on Amazon)
Editor’s Rating : 8.8 out of 10
When cuddled the belly gently glows and plays over 5 minutes of music and ocean soundsThe music is comprised of 8 gentle lullabies and classical selections along with soothing sounds of the sea (2 ocean tracks)

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4. Melissa & Doug Giddy-Up and Play Baby Activity Toy – Multi-Sensory Horse (Click Link to Check Price on Amazon)
Editor’s Rating : 8.9 out of 10
Rattles, teethers, crinkle fabric and fringePlays trotting and neighing sounds when patted or ridden

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5. 12 Pack Squirting Bath Toys 2″ Rubber Colorful Ponies Squirts Baby and Children Horse Toys in Assorted Vivid Colors 1 Dozen (Click Link to Check Price on Amazon)
Editor’s Rating : 9.7 out of 10
er for beach, pool parties and bath time, these soft ponies squirt water when squeezed making it a delightful and fun bath toy.HELPS STRENGTHEN MUSCLES FOR TINY TOTS. Continuous hand exercises such as squeezing, is one of the most powerful techniques that help develop and strengthen weak hand muscles.