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Sustainable play essentials,

grounded in neuroscience.

Our Story

Like all new parents, we were determined to give our son the best start right from birth.

So with 9 months until our little one arrived earth-side, it was time to hit the research. 

Millennials are the most educated generation ever.  And right now, many of us are learning how to be parents.

Collectively, we're spending so much time (the most precious resource we have)  trying to figure it out on our own.

Sprinkle the evidence with a desire to make the world a better place and boom: Monti&Me was born.

Neuroscience has proven the more you expose babies to how the world works in the first 3 years of life the richer their neural brain networks become.

And yet, the market is saturated with cartoon characters and fantasy. Why?

We're tired of living in a world where toys are largely considered entertainment and early learning is overlooked as simply child care.

For the future sake of humanity this has to change.

We believe unless you're part of the solution, you're part of the problem...so we've partnered with experts to take the guesswork out of supporting babies' development.

Because gambling with evolution doesn't seem like a great idea.

Like you we want to be the best parents we can be

We want to do everything humanly possible, to help our children become their best, most conscious selves.

That's why we founded Monti&Me

We believe navigating the world of toys and early development should be simple. You should be able to walk into a toy store and feel confident the options are all in the best interest of your baby.

But they're not.

From birth until age 3, your baby is unconsciously absorbing every experience. These experiences are creating the architecture of her brain. Ultimately determining how well your baby will be able to think and regulate emotions.

Neuroscience has proven the more you expose babies to how the world works in the first 3 years, the richer brain neural networks become. Our Playkits help parents give their babies early experiences that are developmentally appropriate at the right stage. 

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We can help with the first two. Email us to find out.

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