Tiny Love Gymini Move & Play Tiny Princess – Review

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Tiny Love is this great company that makes developmental products for babies.  If you haven’t seen my previous post about their mobile you should read it here.  But they carry such great items like mobiles, soothers, bouncer’s, stroller toys, discovery playmats and my new favorite item is the Gymini Tiny Princess Move & Play.  Look at how cute it is! (You can barely see my little one because she blends in to the play mat.  But all we have for her is pink!)

Her she is practicing tummy time!

Just enjoying all the cute toys and music.

Tiny Love is made up of parents, who have a personal experience with the needs of parents and their babies. They know what you need because they’ve been there countless times. They are always on the lookout for the next developmental toys that will stimulate your baby’s skills and senses, nurture and develop your relationship, and help you enjoy your time together during those first exciting years.

During my research of Tiny Love I was amazed at their high standards. At Tiny Love they stick to high standards of ethics, they have an uncompromising approach to ethical, legal labor practices, they insist on compliance with environmental laws and regulations, and they keep an eye out on their vendors. Making sure they adhere to the ethics at Tiny Love. When it comes to safety and quality they comply with international safety standards, test their products for quality and safety every step of the way by performing spot checks on a regular basis and they test their products for, mechanical hazards, lead content tests, heavy metals analysis tests, and labeling and age grading requirements. I love hearing all the steps that company’s take to make their products safe for our children!

The Tiny Love Gymini Move & Play is probably the cutest play mat I have ever seen!  It has such cute toys and music to entertain little girls.  My little sweetheart will lay there and stare at the toys and kick and wave her arms and feet.  She is 5 weeks old and last night she was able to swing her arms and get one of the toys.  It was so exciting to see her reach up and get it!

The Move & Play Tiny Princess is a 5 in 1 play mat and will convert and grow with your baby.  It retails for $74.99 and is a great play mat that they can continue to use at each stage as they grow.  It adjusts to each of your baby’s developmental stages and helps with hand-eye coordination and helping them learn to grasp.  It is great to help develop their fine motor skills.  It is an extra large mat measuring at 45″ x 14.7″, it is machine washable and it can easily fold up.  So besides all the adorable toys they can play with it is so functional to have at home.

Tiny Love is such a great company when it comes to baby toys and products. I love Tiny Love’s high quality and standards and I just love their products. It feels so good when you feel like you can trust a company. We can never be too safe with our children.

Check out Tiny Love on their website here. You can also follow them on twitter to keep up with all their new products and news. Tiny Love products can be purchased online from their website, from amazon.com or your local big box retailer.

Disclosure: I was provided the above mentioned products by the company, at no cost to myself in order for my honest opinions.


About Amy @ Oh So Savvy Mom

Amy is mom to three, wife to one, and a sister and aunt to many. Her family is a former military family now settled in Lehi, Utah. Oh So Savvy Mom began as a way for Amy to share parenting and product advice with others. Just as she has evolved, Oh So Savvy Mom has evolved into a resource for Healthy Living for Families, Food, Parenting, and Family Travel.


  1. courtney b says
    this is so cute i like it better then my bright starts activity center!
  2. Wow! beautiful picture so cute. I love the style. Thanks for the post!