The perfect way to use the phil&teds wriggle wrapper

We have been finding fun ways to use our Wriggle Wrapper with our now 8 month old baby Kate!  She is of course, always supervised by a parent.  Kate loves being a big kid in our little car.  She is very entertained watching big brother and sister ride bikes, trikes, and scooters.

 

My Mom has this great rocking swan that Kate loves to ride.  She rocks it like a pro.
She also sits up in her Grandpa’s old red high chair.

I may have mentioned this, but a couple Christmases ago I bought the Wriggle Wrapper as a joke gift for my husband since I wanted it.  It became less of a joke when I found out I was pregnant with Kate on Christmas Eve.  It has been great to have around, very versatile product at home or out and about.

About the author:

Prior to becoming a traveling opera wife and full-time mother, Ann Hinckley Stucki studied socio-cultural anthropology as an undergraduate and went on to receive her master’s degree in social work. She has worked in a variety of fields from health education, mental health/community/school social work, geriatrics, childbirth labor support, and disease prevention in Latin America. Her research pursuits have taken her from a Costa Rican/Nicaraguan border dispute to London, England to present graduate research at a Medical Anthropology conference. Additionally, she is an award-winning photographer and enjoys portrait work. She also teaches fire breathing. Brian Stucki has been singing professionally full-time for more than six years, taking his family on the road with him. He has sung with companies and orchestras from coast to coast and on three continents. Highlights include The Pearl Fishers with Seattle Opera, Così fan tutte with the New Israeli Opera, Haydn’s Creation, with Boston Baroque, The Barber of Seville with the Compaña Nacional de Mexico in Mexico City, and The Fall of the House of Usher with the Polish National Opera..