OB Designs Baby Sensory Ball- Pink

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Baby Sensory Ball helps stimulate sensory play.  This includes the baby's five senses:  Touch, Smell, Taste, Sight, and Hearing.  Sensory play is essential for your baby's development and a great way to do this through OB Designs Sensory balls.

Pink Baby Sensory Ball Features 

• Soft squishy ball
• Internal Dingle noise-maker
• Loop for baby toy hook
• Mixed textured sensory tags
• Embroidered leaf pattern
• Texturised surfaces


OB Designs' Babies Sensory Balls, Soft Toys & Crochet Blankets are Ethically Made

Ethically Made - This means our toy supplier's factory has been Sedex accredited. SEDEX, the Supplier Ethical Data Exchange, is a not for profit membership organisation dedicated to driving improvements in responsible and ethical business practices in global supply chains. Sedex offers a simple and effective way of managing ethical and responsible practices in your supply chain. This is a very thorough accreditation program so customers can rest assured the products they buy are made ethically. 

Our crochet products are made in a more relaxed atmosphere. We employ mums who want to work from the comfort of their homes. They are paid per piece. If they have a sick child or want a day off they can take it. Many of the ladies enjoy a crochet circle where they go to each other's homes and create the blankets this way. Recently, I flew over to their town Rizhao and took some videos and met with them. We are very proud of our crochet lines. They are gifts made with love by mothers for mothers and their babies to enjoy.

 

OB Designs' Australia Baby Toys are safe (check each toy individually for safety instructions and age suitability)

All our toys are tested under EN-71 and CPSIA safety standards. This means they are safe for children under International toy safety standards.

 

OB Designs' Australia Babies Soft & Plush Toys are BPA Free

We don't have BPA in any of our products. Our wooden teethers don't contain plastic which is where BPA is found. Research strongly suggests that at certain exposure levels, some of the chemicals in these products, such as bisphenol A (BPA), could be strongly harmful to people and babies.