The Safest Disney Plush Toy for Your Baby
It is important to evaluate each toy you consider giving to a baby for various potential hazards, even if the toy claims to be appropriate for the age for which you are buying. Babies have an uncanny ability to interact with things in ways that can be potentially harmful to them, and it can happen in an instant. I am sure we have all heard the phrase, “everything goes in their mouth.” Well, it is the absolute truth.
We have evaluated Disney plush toys for potential hazards and provided links to a number of great Disney plush toy options for the youngest Disney fans. It is important to eliminate choking, strangulation, and tourniquet hazards.
Eliminate Potential Choking Hazards
No parts that could be easily ripped, sucked, or chewed off
For some reason, lots of plush toys have potential choking and strangulation hazards. Babies love to put things in their mouth, and they may be able to pull or chew off small parts. All toys with any potentially-detachable small choking hazard should be eliminated. There are a lot of Disney toys with fluff. Although he is adorable, his feathers are why Donald Duck doesn’t make the cut.
Eliminate Potential Strangulation or Tourniquet Hazards
No long tails, strings, fringe, fluff or hair
Babies can wrap things around their neck, causing a strangulation risk. They can also get things wrapped around their fingers or toes. If that happens and the circulation is cut off, it can actually create a tourniquet effect that can result in amputation of that portion of the extremity in severe cases.
While we love almost all things Disney, when it comes to buying a potential love-ey for a baby, we are very selective. Below are some of the safest plush Disney toys for babies.
We think these toys are some of the safest Disney plush toys you can get for your baby.
We hope your little one enjoys these!