Lamaze Sir Prance-a-Lot Baby Toy
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  • I have always been a fan of the Lamaze range of baby toys, so when my son was born in 2010 one of the first things I bought him was Sir Prance-a-Lot - a gorgeously unusual design for a baby toy, featuring a knight seated on a horse
  • Initially I bought it due to the small size as I was looking for something my son could play with in his car seat, It's nice and vibrant but not particularly colourful in my opinion compared to other Lamaze toys which I've bought for my children in the past
  • I love the simplicity of Sir Prance-a-Lot and think that's partly why my son enjoys it so much as it's a wonderful change from his electronic toys
  • There's a squeaker inside the knight and this is easy to operate once your little one has enough strength in their hands, I'm impressed with the size of the squeaker as it's very easily gripped - my son loves this aspect and has done since he was a very small baby, although if he sleeps with it sometimes we'll hear the squeaker go off as he rolls on it
  • I not only recommend this as a great toy for your own child, but it makes an excellent gift if a friend or relative is having a baby

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      I have always been a fan of the Lamaze range of baby toys, so when my son was born in 2010 one of the first things I bought him was Sir Prance-a-Lot - a gorgeously unusual design for a baby toy, featuring a knight seated on a horse. Initially I bought it due to the small size as I was looking for something my son could play with in his car seat,

      It’s nice and vibrant but not particularly colourful in my opinion compared to other Lamaze toys which I’ve bought for my children in the past. My son adored it as soon as he was old enough to play with toys like this and it’s been a permanent fixture in his


      cot ever since.

      I love the simplicity of Sir Prance-a-Lot and think that’s partly why my son enjoys it so much as it’s a wonderful change from his electronic toys. There’s a squeaker inside the knight and this is easy to operate once your little one has enough strength in their hands, I’m impressed with the size of the squeaker as it’s very easily gripped - my son loves this aspect and has done since he was a very small baby, although if he sleeps with it sometimes we’ll hear the squeaker go off as he rolls on it! Other functions are a rattle, scrunchy areas on the feet and plastic rings which bang together to create a fantastic clacking sound

      - my son makes full use of all the different sounds and textures, he’s two years old now and still shows huge interest in the toy which I think is pretty impressive.

      Sir Prance-a-Lot is a ‘doing’ toy which helps to teach young babies about textures, and I think it achieves this brilliantly. Lamaze have thought of everything, right down to adding a knot halfway down each leg for little fingers to explore - this sounds incredibly basic I know, but basic is good when it comes to baby toys of this style due to the importance of repetitive action when your child is trying to learn something new. I adore the soft feel of this gorgeous toy and I ...


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      know my son loves this too as when he’s tired he seeks this toy out and rubs his face with it in as he would a comfort blanket.

      Sir Prance-a-Lot is suitable from birth and Lamaze give a maximum age of two years. It’s so beautifully and cleverly rendered however that I wouldn’t say an older toddler wouldn’t love it, although only younger babies will really get the most from it regarding the learning aspect - my son mainly likes to cuddle it these days, but as a baby would spend ages crinkling the feet and just exploring the different facets of the toy.

      This is also a durable toy, in it’s two year lifetime it has been quite harshly treated by my

      son and remains in immaculate condition. It’s not machine washable but the fabric is hardy enough that you can give it a good wipe over if it gets dirty or has milk or food spilled on it - it doesn’t seem to matter if you get it very wet either as it dries quickly and evenly over a hot radiator.

      I not only recommend this as a great toy for your own child, but it makes an excellent gift if a friend or relative is having a baby. The Lamaze brand is much loved and Sir Prance-a-Lot is a really sweet and unusual looking baby toy which has been adored by my son despite the fact he has more exciting things in his toy box.




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