It is unclear what the toy will be used for, but a mother says her daughter was “disappointed” with the toy because it was not suitable for her son.
“We were really upset because it wasn’t really suitable for my child,” said Ms Taylor, who did not want to be identified.
She said the toy is not for toddlers because it would be too difficult to use.
The toy will likely be used by preschoolers, she said.
Ms Taylor said she is happy with the product but is concerned about its safety.
When she tried to use the toy at school, teachers told her it could be dangerous because it could scratch or scratch against the wall.
One parent said they had a similar issue with a baby yodeling toy.
“(We had) a boy who got really scared and couldn’t sleep, but he was fine with it,” the mother said.
Ms Taylor, of Waverley in Melbourne’s west, said the only problem with the yodelling toy was that it is not safe for children.
But she said she did not understand why it had not been used more widely.
“[We] would have liked to see a baby boom that would be in the hundreds of thousands, if not more,” she said of the baby boom generation.
It is important to keep children safe, Ms Taylor said.
“This toy is a child’s toy, it shouldn’t be used as an adult’s toy.”
The Australian Consumer Law Centre has warned that the baby yoder is not suitable and may pose a safety risk to young children.