No Sad, Beige, Babies Here

"Stimulating colors do help a baby's brain develop and aid in their learning," says Harvey Karp, MD, FAAP, the founder and CEO of Happiest Baby.

Brightly colored, high-contrast toys and books help stimulate your little one's developing optic nerves and focus their attention, overall vision, and even their budding curiosity." 

Excerpt taken from Is the "Sad Beige Baby" Aesthetic Harming Babies? by Devan McGuinness

Luckily the Inklings Gang is here to bring the color back to your baby's nursery. One crazy imaginary best friend at a time. 


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