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  • New Born Hamper: Let’s get more of it!
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New Born Hamper: Let’s get more of it!

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Our newborn hamper sale is here! ???????? 

Wrap up the perfect gift for the newborns in your life with 3 different hampers, specially curated by Kidstack. ✨

Made to support developmental milestones and the safety of your little one while being eco-friendly and budget-friendly. 

Here’s what they include - 

Let’s get more of it hamper"

???? Finger Cards: A set of Interactive Adventure Boards that you bring to life using your Fingers!

Be the horn of a unicorn, a witch's broom, an elephant's trunk and a whole lot more with these delightfully illustrated boards. The boards encourage kids to engage with the bright, bold visuals and make interactive stories with a host of different characters!

???? Big Polka Rattle:

Black and White rattle stimulates visual discrimination in Infants / New borns. Non-toxic handmade beech wood rattle with grains inside the rattle for stimulating senses.

???? Cubie, Sensory Activity Cube: is a handmade cubical activity block made with cotton fabric. It has six sides with six different things to engage the senses of your baby/toddler like a zip, a buckle, a detachable flower etc. Cubie also acts as a rattle toy, it is great for tummy time and you can play throw and catch with it. Made with vibrant coloured materials this plush toy is sure to grab the attention of your child.

???? Zoe The Unicorn crochet Rwttle: Unicorn, the mythological animal loved by all kids, Zoe is a lovely handmade crochet rattle. Get these beautiful handmade Crochet rattle toys for your little one and introduce them to animals

???? Ra Ra Rattle : a delightful rolling rattle which will be a perfect companion for babies when they are discovering their senses and gross motor skills. Made with natural beeech wood and coloured with non-toxic water based paints it produces a soothing sound which babies follow with their eyes and try to grab the rattle with their hands, giving them a sense of discovery!