Book:My First Taggies Book: Sweet Dreams

Taggies, Inc.2003

The Strong National Museum of Play

The Strong National Museum of Play

Is motherhood the mother of invention? Two moms in Massachusetts noticed their children enjoyed fingering the small loops of satin of which labels and tags are made on their baby blankets, stuffed animals, and other toys. Viola! Taggies were born. The mothers sewed satin tags of different colors and textures around the edges of a blanket; then they added colorful tags to fabric blocks, balls, rattles, clothing, books, and other products. Taggies' promotional literature report that the combination of colors, textures, sounds (of bells and rattles embedded in the soft toys) offer tactile, developmental, and visual stimulation and promote emotional well being, growth, and a sense of security. Other mothers have tagged along: Taggies, though in business for just a decade offers a variety of items--all decorated with colorful tags, and it sells the products in the USA, Canada, Australia, South African, Spain, Japan, and elsewhere.

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  • Title: Book:My First Taggies Book: Sweet Dreams
  • Creator: Taggies, Inc.
  • Date Created: 2003
  • Location: China
  • Subject Keywords: rabbit, sleep
  • Type: Baby and Toddler Toys
  • Medium: plastic, fabric, fleece, ribbon
  • Object ID: 110.567
  • Credit Line: Courtesy of the Marianne Szymanski Toy Tips Institute