If you have been here for awhile you know how much I really really dislike junk toys or one and done toys. I am all about the toys that are worth the money. They get used more than just the day of Easter. So, if you are looking for the same thing then you have come to the right place. I will share a variety of things.
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Below, I have included some products I thought you might like and I feel are good gifts that aren't a waste of money. Please feel free to share with family members and friends who are interested in getting your child a gift. Simply click on the image to be directed to the link.
Swimsuit-at some point your baby is probably going to end up outside in the pool with you
Towel-because no one likes to be cold after they get out of the water
Sunhat-also no one likes sun in their eyes
Dome-if you have a baby under 6m this is a must if you want to be outside but don't want to hold a baby the entire time. This thing was a lifesaver with both my girls that were born in May and June. Plus, it's a great alternative to a pack and play when traveling for littles.
Swing-just some good old outdoor fun
Pacifier-because I am always looking for one and it seems like you can never have enough. I love the Wubba Nubba ones because they are easier for me to find in the middle of the night. I have a better chance of catching it when my child decides to work on her pitching arm and she is able find it and put it in her mouth easier.
Sippy cup/bib-because at some point you're going to have to buy some anyways. The 360 is what many speech pathologists recommend and the silicone bib is so easy to clean up you will wish you would have bought it sooner.
Sensory balls-babies are learning through their senses right now so these are perfect for exploring them. My big kids still use these for play so don't think they are a one and done thing. There are different texture sensory balls and texture and sound balls.
Feel and Touch Cards-great for working on speech skills and tactile skills
Feel and Touch Books-teach your kids to love reading young these are fun books for babies as well as they get over (you can't help but feel each page)