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The stimulating colors, textures, and prints help children develop cognitively, socially and emotionally.  Each fabric is designed by founder Kelley, together with her son Jack (8) and her daughter Bailey (6), and created to be educational and modern. The design consists of basic shapes to create a pattern, and kids love to point out the circles, squares, rectangles 

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I came across Baby Jack & Co and immediately fell in love with their Learning Lovey's.  In particular, I absolutely loved the Unicorns, Rainbows and Music Notes Tag Blanket for my new baby niece.  

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Dr. Toy has the best advice on children's products. With over 30 years of experience she has honesty and professional evaluation of play, learning, toys and fun. She gave Baby Jack the award for Best 100 Toys for the Learning Lovey. Dr. Toy, Stevanne Auerbach, PhD, is one of the world's leading experts on play, toys, and children's products. With over 30 years of experience, Dr. Auerbach includes educationally oriented, developmental and skill building products from the best large and small companies in her annual award programs. Many parents, teachers and toy buyers use Dr.Toy's guidance in making selections. Play is our brain's favorite way...

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Baby Jack and company has the cutest loveys! Sensory play is huge for little ones and instrumental in their development. By playing and exploring children are learning. Not just babies need this sensory fulfillment. As a mom with an autistic son, I know how important sensory input is. Special Needs kids of all ages can benefit from loveys as well. They can rub, chew, and play with the various ribbons on them, which fulfills their needs for sensory input.Read more review here. 

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Babies are born daily. And to make you smile, we want to show you a few of our favorite #babyjackfan pics of newborns --- then move on with our blog post!! Time for conception. Many people are off of work during the peak times of Dec 17 - 27, not consumed with stresses of work schedules and deadlines so they focus more on one another. The excitement of the holidays may even produce endorphins needed to amplify the deed -- but who am I to say this is so? I don't do science. It is mid September - the peak time...

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