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Kids2, Mary Meyer Stuffed Toys Creates New Baby Einstein Line

Mary Meyer Stuffed Toys has created a new line for Baby Einstein in collaboration with Kids2.

License Global

June 23, 2020

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Kids2 and Mary Meyer Stuffed Toys have teamed to create a new line called Baby Einstein First Discoveries.

New toys are inspired by four of Baby Einstein’s characters: Cal the Caterpillar, Neptune the Sea Turtle, Tinker the Tiger and Zen the Zebra. This new line follows a trend of active and imaginative toys to engage all of a baby’s senses while nurturing mother-baby bonds and encouraging shared play. New toys are inspired by four of Baby Einstein’s characters: Cal the Caterpillar, Neptune the Sea Turtle, Tinker the Tiger and Zen the Zebra.

“These gifts are the best of both worlds, with features that engage a baby in each of their senses wile inviting parents to play along too,” says Steven Meyer, lead designer, Mary Meyer Stuffed Toys.

Crinkle teethers, blankets, activity balls and hand puppets are all included in the lineup.

“Baby Einstein has always been synonymous with young curiosity and this partnership blends Mary Meyer’s lush materials and innovative designs with Baby Einstein’s characters and inherent inquisitiveness,” says Karen Neblett, executive vice president business strategy and development, Kids2.

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