10 Awesome First Birthday Gift Ideas
Activity Cube: The maze is my son’s favorite toy at the pediatrician’s office and the letter abacus is his favorite toy at the dentist office! This toy combines both with a few extra fun features sure to provide hours of entertainment! I love that it’s made of wood instead of plastic! B. Toys Zany Zoo Wooden Activity Cube, Target.com $62.39
Activity Walker: This is a great toy for developing walkers! Great for developing gross and fine motor skills and toddlers will love the chomping sound the alligators make as they walk. Chomp and Clack Alligator Push Toy, MelissandDoug.com $49.99
Anywhere Chair: This chair from Pottery Barn is great (and super comfortable)! It looks so nice you won’t mind it in your living room and gives your child a place to sit without destroying your furniture! It’s light weight so you can easily move it around your house and the cover comes off for easy washing. Anywhere Chair, Pottery Barn Kids $129
Little People: A timeless classic! There are a lot of great Little People sets out there! These are great for tiny hands and easy to wipe down clean. Little People Animal Sounds Farm, Fisher-Price.com $43
Musical and Pounding Toys: This is a great combination of two classics, a xylophone and a hammer toy! Great for both boys and girls! And once again, made with so it’s eco-friendly and built to last. Educo Early Melodies Pound and Tap Bench, Amazon.com $26.99
Books: When all else fails and you are stumped for a kid’s gift (any age), by books! Books are my absolute favorite gifts because they last forever! Books can be read over and over again! I love this book, Little Pea by Amy Krouse Ronsenthal, Barnesandnoble.com $12.08
Wagon: A great gifts for trips to local fairs, walks around the neighborhood, etc. Get a plastic one so the parent’s don’t have to worry about rust or burned baby legs! Jr. Explorer Wagon, Little Tikes $79.99
Museum/Zoo Memberships: This is an absolutely wonderful gift! Buy a yearly pass to a local Children’s Museum or zoo. The child can go as much as they want with this gift! Check out the local attractions in your area for cost and ideas.
Theme Baskets: If it’s summer time, create a pool or beach gift basket. A few water toys, a beach towel, maybe a new swim diaper! Another great option is a bath gift set. Put together some bath squirters, toys, water books, and a new hooded bath towel.
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