The best toys for 3 month olds are toys which stimulate their senses to hold their attention and engage them. Visually, babies are becoming able to distinguish between different shades of color and perfecting their object tracking skills. They will be drawn to bright colors, so toys that are bright, colorful and visually appealing are perfect for 3 month old babies. They will be able to bat at toys and are able to bring their hands together and open their fingers. So you can offer them toys to see if they can grasp them. Their sense of touch is becoming more sensitive too. Toys that have different textures to touch and explore are good choices.
3 month old babies lie on a floor quilt with silky borders and colorful arches. It stimulates growing babies with music, lights, natures sounds, games and textures. There's 20 minutes of parent-activated continuous music and a baby mode with 8 to 12 seconds of lights and music. It also includes spinner with rattling beads, spinning butterflies, shiny mirror, crinkly leaf for peek-a-boo fun, and movable and stationary activity toys.
The Baby Einstein tunnel is a great toy for 3 month old babies which they will still be playing with months and months later. 3 month olds can lie on the floor of the tunnel, look at, reach and handle the developmental toys hanging from the attachement loops in the tunnel. The five developmental toys which includes red bird that chirps , soft sun rattle, discovery flash cards, ring rattle, and water filled teether.There are also 8 more attachment loops on which you can add more toys and rotate the ones they have already.
Posile - try geting your daughter checked out for reflux. my daughter is now 3 months old and started struggling with her bottle around a month ago, she would only drink 2 once at a time and start pulling away and groaning. I took her to the doctors who said it was reflux. its when the mussle between the stomach and throat isnt developed fully and acid is being brought up during the feed hurting the baby (feels like heartburn). Try to sit her upright when feeding (i sit my daughter in her bouncy) only burp her over your shoulder and put a pillow under her mattress to slightly tilt her so her head is higher than her body. I have done all of the above and my daughter is now drinking 6 once bottles fine. P.S the doctor did perscribe infant gavascon but i didnt find it helped much, only if she is sick. Hope this helps!