Coming up with presents for a baby who hasn't yet celebrated its first birthday can be harder than you think. But there are some safe cards that often lands well with babies as wells as parents. And even if the time of use for baby toys is short, they can be very appreciated during the time they get played with.
It's the most fun to give the baby a Christmas gift that he or she actually enjoys playing with. Don't bother with clothes and blankets that may look nice and cosy, but that most children probably could not care less about. There is often already a surplus of stuffed animals, so you may want to opt-out on those, as well.
Is the baby on the verge of starting to move forwards (or backwards) on all fours? A fun toy that encourages crawling might be a perfect Christmas gift, then!
Those who have been around a baby knows that a child in that ages like to play peek-a-boo and get just the right amount of terrified. An activity toy with a pop-up function lets the child practice pushing buttons and get happily surprised by what pops up if they succeed!
An evening bath is part of many people's routine when they are putting the baby to bed, and when the child gets older the time in the bathtub can be one of the best playtimes of the day. Most often it is the simplest [bath toys(/cl/72/Toys?attr_57121562=57167768) that are most appreciated. To pour, scoop and splash - the fun never ends!
To release an object and watch them roll through the room is a thing babies have loved since forever. A simple ball is often enough to satisfy these needs, but if you want to be more advanced, a small car track can be a great idea for a cHristmas gift.
Just as much as we adults enjoy walking our dogs, so to do little children like to walk their toys. A simple pull toy can bring so much joy to the little ones when they realise they can grab on to the string and make the little critter follow them around wherever they go.
Want more inspiration or gift ideas for Christmas 2021? Then check out our Christmas giftguide!
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