If there’s one brand I tell all future parents to stock up on, it’s Lovevery. And while I’m at it, I tell them to download their app and listen to their podcast as well. They even have online classes now! Everything about the brand, specializing in toys, is created deliberately and thoughtfully. I particularly like that all of their toys come with booklets to explain how to use them to the guardians… it’s not always easy to understand how to play with the LOs! It is also not easy to know which toys to buy and when to give them to children. Lovevery solves this problem with their play sets. Truly one of the best investments a parent can make, along with the brand’s gym.
I’m such a fan of the brand and its co-founder, Jessica Rolph, who also hosts the podcast, that I couldn’t wait to hear about the five parenting products she swears by.
Playsets by Lovevery
“Okay, maybe I’m a little biased, but this is a must-have for any new parent or carer of children 0-48 months. Lovevery’s Play Kits are full of Montessori-inspired toys and books , delivered every 2-3 months.Our early learning program also includes an app and a parent’s guide with developmental information and ideas for ways to play.The Lovevery subscription will help you get the most out of it. every step of the way helping you connect to your child’s development.
Set of audio storyteller and headphones for children
“Audiobooks are a supplement, not a replacement, for reading aloud to my daughter or having her read to herself. When your child listens to a story, she learns related but different skills than when she reads. listening exposes your child to stories above their reading level and models fluent reading, including expression, rhythm, and tone. His Lunii has been a meaningful alternative to screen time – and it’s great for travel and even long hikes.Because it’s lightweight, kid-friendly, and sturdy, she can carry it around and run it on her own.
“Research has shown that children who receive music lessons in kindergarten have better spatial and mathematical skills. Suzuki also talks about the brain benefits of introducing music education at age four. The problem is that at this young age, formal music education can sometimes feel more like work than fun. Enter the Loog guitar. It sounds and feels like an adult-sized instrument, but is simplified to three strings and includes fun maps and lessons designed just for kids.
“I’ve tried several ways to make ‘morning math’ engaging and engaging for my two youngest: dice, workbooks, and even math stories. Sum Blocks was an instant hit and the one thing we keep coming back to. They are so smart! I wish Lovevery had invented them. The blocks are shaped like numbers and different combinations totaling the same amount stack up to the same height.
“I’ve been through so many disposable breastmilk storage bags – one even leaked on a long flight, soaking my pants and seat. The Junobie is my favorite gift for nursing mothers – I wish to have when my three were babies. The silicone material helps eliminate single-use plastic and is naturally resistant to bacteria, keeping breast milk fresh longer. Bonus: no leaks!