Since developmental toys are essential for every collection, we were excited to find this cutting-edge, natural baby product that not only assists with speech development, but also moonlights as a teether! Let us introduce you to the People Mochi Trumpet.
Made consciously with rice in Japan (rather than PVC or silicone), this innovative natural baby toy makes music whether air is sucked in or blown through the mouth piece. Through trial and error, little ones start to problem solve at an early age. The two-way trumpet introduces them to the concept of sucking in and pushing air out, which is the first step to developing speech skills. Safely made, developmental AND a teether? It’s music to our ears…
People Toy Company, the minds behind this safe and sustainably crafted toy, take pride in their mission to “encourage the natural development in children through play.” Using 51% rice in its construction, the Mochi Trumpet’s unique texture is amazing for little explorers. We know they put just about everything in their mouths, so why not give them something that’s easy to clean and free of toxins?
As if that’s not enough to keep little ones enthralled, the easy-to-grip grooved handle makes it super easy for babes to hold tight to their toy. As a traveling parent, it is super important to keep a favorite toy in tow, but it can get frustrating when said toy drops on the floor multiple times (we’ve all run out of wipes!). When babe is not gripping the toy trumpet with all of their might, you can secure the Mochi Trumpet to a carrier or stroller using the convenient clip.
Each trumpet is hand-crafted using Japanese rice-plastic technology (includes an environmentally friendly process in a state-of-the-art facility and delivers a 100% green product). Mochi’s “earth-to-home craftsmanship” is super impressive, and when you combine it with the developmental benefits and travel-ready design, it makes this natural baby toy a total must-have.
Has your babe tried the Mochi Trumpet? If so, drop a line in the comments to let us know what you think!
Thank you to Mochi for making this sponsored post possible!