If you have a little one to shop for, you have to check out some of these ideas on my Gift Guide for Babies. Many of these ideas are things that my own little guys have loved. Click the links to shop.
Activity Chair – This soft activity chair has a rattle, mirror, squeaky toy and colorful objects to keep baby occupied. We had this for Maxwell when he was younger and he loved it.
Baby swing – I have been wanting one of these for Mav. I love the neutral colors and beads.
Yay Mats Tummy Time Mat – A soft, foam mat that is stylish and nontoxic.
Munchkin Mozart Magic Cube – This interactive toy lights up and plays a variety of musical notes to keep your little one engaged and expose them to different musical sounds.
Teething bibs – the teething corner makes these ideal!
Skip Hop teepee – this was a favorite for both babies. A cute playmat and activity gym that is easy to fold up and store.
See Touch Feel book – A good first book that engages the senses.
Radio Flyer Classic Walker Wagon – A great classic walker and your little can put some of their toys inside.
Baby’s First Patagonia – How cute is this fleece jacket?
Patagonia Furry Fleece Hat – This super cute fleece hat to keep their little noggin warm.
Melissa & Doug First Play Pound & Roll – encourages fine motor play and problem solving.
Check out my other 2019 Holiday Gift Guides Here
Toddler/Preschooler Gift Guide
Gift Guide for Her
Gift Guide for Him
Enneagram Gift Guide
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I’m sharing some of my favorite gift ideas for toddlers and preschoolers. And the best part – these are more than just toys! They all provide some sort of physical activity or educational aspect. (And if you’re a last minute shopper like me these can all be found on Amazon Prime)
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Race track on one side and a train track on the other. It’s compatible with Thomas the Train, Brio, Hot Wheels and other popular brands.
This little desk is great for teaching letters, numbers, colors and more. Plus you can always purchase additional learning packs.
This projects your favorite stories onto the ceiling or wall, making reading interactive and fun.
For those snow days when you want to hit the hills and go flying.
When you have a nurse as a mom, it’s natural that you love to play doctor. I love everything that Melissa & Doug creates and this doctor kit is no exception.
One of my favorite childhood memories was when my sisters and I would play “spa” and give each other mud masks and pedis. We still love our spa days together. If I had a girl, I would get her this little kit.
This is an awesome STEM activity for preschoolers.
Let me preface this by saying it’s “mess free”, which is a win for parents. And it glows and plays music making it a win for toddlers.
This personalized puzzle step stool is great for helping your little one reach the potty, sink or other hard to reach places. It also teaches letters and name recognition.
Stay tuned for my Gift Guide for Her and Gift Guide for Him.
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