Ever heard of Sock Ons? They were designed to go over babies feet to keep their socks in place. Well the same designers have now released Twiddle Ons using the same concept but with foot finding toys attached to them.
We were gifted these just at the perfect time for Elijah who has just started to roll and lift his legs up to find his feet. Chewing at his own toes has become somewhat of a new pass time to him! So i was eager to get these onto his feet to see what he thought. As you can see from the photos they have gone down a storm with him and he now chews the fish rather than his own toes.
The toys attached are black and white fish for visual stimulation and also have brightly coloured ribbons and materials attached for sensory play. Each fish has a rattle inside, and the fins are “crunchy” which Elijahs enjoys.
Please ingnore the stain on his sleepsuit – the missus was eating strawberries as she fed him. Poor kid!
The Twiddle Ons have kept Elijah entertained for good periods of time. And we keep them on his feet most of the day so he’s always got something to entertain him.
The design itself is brilliant as the strap that goes around the foot doesn’t obstruct the toes so the baby still has all the movement needed in the feet.
Overall I’m happy with the design and would give it a 5/5 well done and keep up the good work.
Im Lew – A blogger and father of two boys, three if you include the dog, living in Sunderland. Not sure I have the hang of this blog niche thing but hey ho, I’m doing it anyway – expect all sorts of randomness.