A gray vertical stripe ring circles around this charming musical crib mobile. A white velour Snoopy is featured in the center and four Woodstocks are surrounding our favorite canine, Snoopy. Each Woodstock has a 3-D yarn mane. There is a 6” mylar mirror hanging at the top center of the ring for baby to see himself or herself while the mobile slowly turns. The music box is printed with Snoopy and the scrunchie, which covers the mobile arm, is gray velour. This mobile plays for 20 minutes, has an on/off switch, and volume control. It plays Brahms Lullaby, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, and Rock-a-Bye-Baby. Requires 3 AAA batteries not included. A top baby registry pick and a great baby shower gift or welcome home baby gift.
- Plays 3 different songs for 20 minutes and automatically shuts off to preserve battery life
- Provides great visual and auditory stimulation for baby
- Volume control and on/off switch provide ease of use
- Promotes brain development and helps baby self soothe
- Coordinates with all Lambs & Ivy Snoopy crib bedding collections
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