The Wee Gallery’s Stroller Cards featuring the I See Game were the only toy included in the Bluum Pregnancy Box that I reviewed earlier. While many products intended to be used with or for a baby would be impossible to review until the baby’s birth, I feel confident I can review this one now and will update at a later point if there are significant differences I notice when I use with baby.
The cards are designed to encourage interaction between baby and parent. Together the pair will look for certain things commonly found outside. Though the box says it is for use around the home also some of them such as the leaf, and sun might require going outside to spot.
The yellow loop comes apart to let it be clipped to a stroller. A large warning indicates that should be not attached to a crib or playpen as it could cause strangulation or entanglement. The loop and card holder can even be removed to separate the cards out or possibly add others from this or a similar company’s stroller card sets.
Attached to the loop are five round plastic cards with a thing in one word and picture in black and white. This could be used to do a simple I Spy type game where the parent could point to these things in real life to a baby or when the child grows into a toddler s/he could help look for them as well.
On the other side are in color questions about how the item looks or is moving about. Again the parent would be responsible for all the conversation with a baby and it would be more interactive with a toddler.
I like a lot of things about the product including how it would encourage leaning, observing an environment and conversation between parent and child. the way it’s constructed so that it could prove a hazzard with what it is attached to and the fact that the cards themselves seem to be something bad if chewed by baby make me leery of using this with very young ba baird who are not supervised intently. This would probably be a more safe and fun game with a toddler in any case.
Rating – three and a half baby booties Our of five