My Little Guy Loves his Fisher Price Baby Wallet!
We bought this Fisher Price Baby Wallet because our baby boy is weird. No seriously, he’s strange. He loves to open and close things, ever since he was about 6 or 7 months old he has had this obsession with opening and closing things. One of his favorite things to open and shut besides the door is his daddy’s wallet.
When I first saw that Fisher Price made a baby wallet, I had to get it. It was one of those impulse buys, it was not something we needed considering our home is already bombarded with toys to review (mommy’s a blogger). Nevertheless, my baby loves wallets so I was going to buy it.
Tyler was just about 7 months when I bought the wallet. He instantly took a liking to it, I think because of the giant smiling face on the front. He immediately began to play with it and of course, open and close it a million times.
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What was really cool, is it teaches the opposites “open and close” so at least he was learning while he did it. What I like about the wallet most is it has a shut off switch, it does make noises and sing songs so it’s nice that it shuts off and the baby can still open and close it silently.
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The front of the light blue baby wallet has a smiling face on it. The inside cover of the wallet has what appears to look like a family photo or a photo with friends on it. There’s a shining sun, a puppy, a baby and what looks like a frog smiling. The first page of the wallet is a cloth dollar bill that sticks out of the wallet when it’s shut. Babies like tags (or at least mine always have) so the bright green money sticking out is alluring to a baby.
As I mentioned earlier, it makes noise, when you open the wallet, it sings a few different songs about opposites, shapes and counting. “Open up a wallet, do you see a friend, maybe there’s some money for you to spend” The wallet has a button that looks like coins sticking out of a change pocket. When you press the coins, they make a “change dropping” noise and the wallet says “shiny coins.”
There is also a song that plays when you press the coin button a second time. Inside the wallet is what looks like a credit card inside that has two smiling faces and the numbers 1-10 written across the top. When baby pulls the credit card out of the wallet it makes a funny noise and says “up” and when you push the credit card back down it makes a funny noise and says “down” so it teaches them opposites.
There are two noise levels and an off switch. So if you want some quieter play with the baby wallet, you can have it. It’s an educational toy that our little baby finds intriguing still. He’s now almost one year old and still plays with the wallet when he sees it in the toy box. He has played with it a lot and it still has the same batteries. There is a compartment for batteries if you do need to change them out later.
We’ve had this wallet since my son was 6 months old, he is now 13 months old and still plays with the wallet almost daily. It’s one of the toys that we keep in the living room toy bucket because he does enjoy playing with it a lot. I think it’s the smiling face that always grabs his attention. For the low, low price, you can’t beat this baby toy!