Is there anything better for parents - and grandparents - than to watch their recently arrived infant contentedly playing on a play mat? As mum or dad, you can even spend the time trying to remember what it was like to have a good night's sleep; quickly realising that it's a small price that is so well worth paying.
Meanwhile, your precious baby girl or boy can be contentedly wriggling, scrunching, gurgling, and otherwise enjoying their on-the-floor freedom. Mind you, they'll probably also keep an eye on you to make sure you're behaving, and that they are still the centre of your world!
Not actually on the floor itself of course - a bit too hard and uncomfortable for tiny relaxation. Which is where our team here at Mocka are so pleased to be able to offer a suitable play mat. Its colourful design, featuring a quartet of wise old owls, offers much to grab the attention of young eyes and minds. It's designed to keep them engaged and to help stimulate their swiftly developing senses. As you watch them, it's likely you'll be amazed at how quickly their basic motor skills begin to develop!
Talking of which, many of our customers right across New Zealand have told us that it's a brilliant idea to pair these play mats with our highly popular Mocka Wooden Play Gym. Again featuring the friendly owls, always carefully watching over your young one, they come with thoroughly safe plastic dangly toys ready to keep baby fully occupied for ages. Can you imagine how many photos grandparents, uncles and aunts will be taking, as your son or daughter fully enjoys being the centre of attention?
Our unique designs for both the Mocka play mats and play gyms are backed up with our superbly affordable prices, 100% no questions asked money back guarantee, and the fact that we ship right across New Zealand free of charge. Whether you're the proud parents, or grandparents, work colleagues, friends or relatives looking for a terrific gift for a new arrival, you can be sure that junior will really appreciate the comfort and fun they can have - even if their 'thank you' might not yet be too clearly articulated!