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Pretend is so important to your little one’s growing creativity and imagination. Your child will enjoy pretending that Baby Stella is their baby. She will mimic your nurturing actions with her own “child,” like feeding her, changing her and bathing her. This also creates a sense of bonding as she gains an appreciation for the things you do for her.
Your child may be insisting on dressing themselves each day. What better way to practice these new skills than on Baby Stella?
Take some time to sit with your child as she play acts with Baby Stella. It’s a great time to improve her vocabulary. You help your child recognize parts of her body or practice her action words, like clap hands or rub eyes.
When children are first learning how to express their emotions, it’s easier for them to talk about them in the third person, rather than about themselves. So you can use Baby Stella to help your toddler begin to understand her emotions by talking about how the may be feeling. For example, “Baby Stella feels angry today because it’s raining outside and she can’t go for a walk.”