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This rattle is awesomeOct 21, 2013
By Alberto Vargas
My daughter had it since she was like 2 months old and she is 14 months now and still plays with it and likes it. It took me forever to find a non plastic, easy to clean, nice rattle and this was great. Great price. Perfect for little mouths and ears. The sound it makes is awesome, much nicer than any rattle, it makes me think of a rain stick. It is super easy to grab and to play. It was one of our best purchases.
Nice product, but arrived dirty.Jan 03, 2014
The product arrived promptly and I was happy with it generally, but it arrived very dirty (which was a turn off). I cleaned it thoroughly and my new grandson loves it.
Another outstanding Green Sprouts toyMay 13, 2011
We have several toys from Green Sprouts, all purchased when our daughter was between 4 and 6 months old. At 10 months she still regularly plays with all of them. The rattle is sturdy but light -- she often gets excited when she is playing with it and can konk herself in the head with it, but it is a light enough material that she just keeps right on playing (after a quick startled look!). It comes in random colors, which was fine with us, and as much as she has banged this around on the hardwood floor, her high chair, her car seat (and her head!) it is durable and shows no signs of wear at all. Nice product!
Wonderful envirofriendly rattleFeb 17, 2011
My baby was obsessed with this rattle, which did the work of its shiny plastic BPA-infused counterparts without doing my baby undue harm (at least as far as I know).
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Cut my baby's tongueOct 07, 2013
I gave this rattle to my 3 month old and she put it right to her mouth. I thought that was fine since it is a baby toy and nontoxic. I suddenly realized there was something red on the rattle-- blood! It had cut her tongue. I gave her a soft cloth to suck on and she bled for a little while. I called the doctor who said to keep an eye on it to be sure it does not get infected. I hope it does not affect her nursing. Don't give this to your babies.