In some ways, babies are the easiest to shop for — they'll find a way to be mesmerized by anything, even, as the old cliché goes, the wrapping paper. On the other hand, you still want to make a first Christmas special. Here, adorable gift ideas that will do just that.
The caged design of this car's roof makes it easy for baby fingers to grasp (and chew on), while beads in the wheels make a pleasant rattle while rolling.
Can you find a happy baby? Hint: It's the one looking back at you.
Colors to look at, bumps to grab, sounds to hear — this thing is basically baby heaven.
It's wood and magnets all in one: Babies can pull apart and swivel the red blocks, then feel the magnetic pull as they snap back together.
A lovey is a friend for life, and nothing is more special than one made with your baby's name on it.
There's so much to explore with this book: It plays six songs based on classic nursery rhymes, the star lights up, figures like the bear on the cover can be moved around, and the buttons on the side play the sounds of different musical instruments. That's a lot of activity in a few "pages!"
You can't expect your baby to start the day without a cup of coffee and a look at a crinkly morning paper, can you? Fisher-Price's pretend coffee cup and donut multi-task as a rattles and teethers, and the squishy newspaper makes satisfying sounds.
There are plenty of play key rings to choose from, but this one has the cutest face.
It's never too early to teach them the importance of saving for a rainy day, right? Even if they don't appreciate the sound financial skills they're learning, they'll love dropping 10 colorful coins into the bank. Press the pig's nose, and it plays music, counts, and makes other sounds.
If your baby is too young to stack these blocks into a house, she can just give them a squeeze and hear a big squeak.
It's a boost for baby's ego and brain, as your little one practices a puzzle that features the letters of their name.
These silicone toys rattle, they've got different textures, and they suction cup to each other and to flat surfaces, so you can stick 'em down and watch your baby wonder what sorcery is keeping them there.
Some stockings for their stocking: These cozy booties keep baby's feet warm (no more fussing with unnecessary shoes) and come in a rainbow of colors.
You could start a whole family band with this rhythm-building instrument set, which comes with tambourines, shaking bells, a pair of touching bells, castanets, egg shakers, maracas, and a whistle.
or , the adventure in this book is 100% unique to each baby. The adventure in every story is personalized based on each letter of the child's name.
Baby gifts, check. Now on to Christmas breakfast!