Best Buys Reviews & shopping Newborn toy 0-6 months Play is important for fun and helping your little one's development. Our mums rated these the best toys to invest in… 1 of Ad break Newborn toys from birthWhen your baby is still young, she’ll often find a favourite toy – and our mum testers think these will hit the spot. Finalist: Chicco Ergo Gym Baby TrainerReally versatile, the Gym Baby Trainer’s four play positions adapt as your baby grows. It can be used as a gym, baby seat or play mat – so our testers agreed it's worth the slightly higher price tag. £49.99 Read the review Finalist: Peter Rabbit Snuggle Cloth BookThis book almost looks like a cushion. Plush pages are soft to touch and easy for little hands to hold and turn. The Peter Rabbit theme is a timeless classic, too. £9.99 Finalist: Tomy Baby SShhThis toy plays scientifically researched melodies at the touch of a button to help soothe a baby who is finding it hard to settle. Can be attached to a cot or highchair and comes in bee or frog designs, this will be a hit for months to come. £14.99 Continue slideshow > Finalist: Mamas & Papas Are We There Yet Activity LoopsBright and funky, this book clips onto the front of the buggy to amuse your little one on the move, in a queue, at the park – you name it. Includes an integral mirror and detachable chicken toy to keep hands busy, too. £10 Silver Award: VTech Nursery Rhymes CaterpillarThere’s plenty to amuse your child on this soft, simple book, which ties to her cot. Stories, tags and bright colours make it a must for any little one who wakes up early. £9.99 Gold Award: ELC Sit Me Up CosyStarting as a soft play nest and later converting to a support for sitting, this is a fun toy that grows with your baby. £37.50 By Jenny Stallard Comments Latest on MadeForMums This hero rescue dog just saved a 3-year-old girl's life Dan Osborne hits back after being slammed for giving 2-year-old Ella a bottle The lengths one mum went to for her baby's Take That birth date 30% of breastfeeding mums stop after the first 8 weeks - is this why?