Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 8
Rated 5 out of 5 by angiem291 Awesome
I bought these for my dog and she LOVES them!!! These are her "babies"
February 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by hlpur Makes Everyone Chuckle
My 5 month old absolutely loves it. The happy little face makes him smile while the giggling has him laughing along. There is a loop on the top perfect for hooking to a baby gym so little ones can bat and kick, activating the toy. The textures encourage him to run his hands and mouth on Curly and the little hands and feet are the perfect size for baby to chew. I do wish it was a bit quieter. Even on the lowest setting it is very loud for right next to baby's sensitive ears. Also, the motion sensor is not as sensitive as I would like. There is many a time that he has batted or kicked at it and it hasn't gone off.
January 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by LadyoftheIvy Adorable!
We bought several of these for my now nine-month-old, and they're all fabulous. They look adorable, their giggling is adorable, and her face just lights up when she plays with them. In fact, even her older siblings like them, as even my ten-year-old smiles when these giggle at him. It's also just too cute and funny when they all sit there and giggle at each other - both the giggle gang members and my children. So they're a great toy for a baby/toddler, but they can even cheer up older children and adults. I also like the fact that their giggles aren't too loud or obnoxious - they're just enough to hear them, but still be cute and fun to listen to. Honestly, these are some of the best baby toys we've purchased with all of my children. I'd highly recommend them for a baby/toddler, or even for an adult who needs something to remind them to smile every now and then.
December 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anlin MINE!!!
I bought one of these for me. Sure the grandkids have fun with it. But when they are done, it goes back to Grandma's room. When I need a smile, there is nothing better than baby giggles to put a smile on MY face!!! Talk about inexpensive therapy! This does it for me.
December 13, 2013