meet our shapies
They are beautiful, adorable, cute, clever, and lovable. But more than anything, they all come with extra features that entertain, teach, help overcome infant ailments, and support development. At Say Mommy, we embrace you with support and love. Together we grow, develop closeness, and build a unique relationship based on conscious love.
The joint powerof physiotherapy and design
Can a garment support the development of an infant? Shapies has been created thanks to a combination of imagination, passion for creation and design, and physiotherapy expertise. They are the only baby clothes that help with daily care, and at the same time entertain and teach. Justyna Miller, a recognised physiotherapist, has ensured that they perform their function in the best possible way.
discover our functions
The first months of a newborn’s life are a time of great joy, but also of great concern about how to provide the best care for your baby so that he or she develops healthily and happily. Shapies are here to help – they support babies in their daily exploration of the world. Find out what developmental milestones we pay attention to :)
I am lying and supporting myself on my tummy
Lying on the belly is crucial for a baby’s development. Motor development strengthens the shoulder girdle, gradual shifting of the baby’s centre of gravity, as well as mobility. Cognitive development changes the vision’s perspective, allowing for better observation.
I can see contrasts
The sense of sight develops very rapidly from birth. At first, the infant’s eyes respond only to light and the parent appears merely as a blurry object. Contrasting colours make the baby see details and train the eye’s accommodation.
A tummy without colic
Colic bothers many babies, keeping them from exploring the world freely. That is why our Bellynda has a special insert that will comfort your child, bringing warmth and relaxing the muscles. A gentle massage of the little tummy will also be indispensable.
I am gripping and teething
Gripping and speech development have a lot in common. Connecting hands in a central line integrates the work of the baby’s brain. Grabbing, waving, or putting the hands in the mouth influences the child’s speech development, mobilising the brain for future babbling.
I am crawling
Crawling is a transitional period in the attainment of an upright position. For a toddler to stand on his or her feet, he or she needs good motor control and body awareness.
I play with my feet and roll over
The inconspicuous playing with the feet and catching the knees is of great importance for the toddler’s development because it strengthens the abdominal muscles. Babies make their first turns to the side by bending and grabbing their feet.