Gift Ideas for Babies

“Every parent will tell you that their baby is the best and each one of those parents would be right!” – Charles Dickens

Join my Gifts for Babies And Toddlers Adventure

To find a gift for a baby or a toddler that offers the most interactive and educational benefit to share with your baby or grandchild can be challenging. I researched many of these toys and gifts before purchasing them. I also examined all the toys my granddaughter received for her first birthday and I am sharing with you the ones I found suitable for the age. My granddaughter come alive when she spends quality time playing with her educational toys.


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Play along with the child in your life

When you spend time playing with your baby or toddler, she enjoys the fun and laughter you two share. This closeness gives her the sense of love and security.
So whatever you enjoy doing with your baby or your grandchild, this will continue to benefit her into her adulthood.
Have Fun!

VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker! Enjoy

Anna is riding her bike

Take your child for a bike ride, it is a lot of fun!

Anna enjoys riding her Little Tikes Ride ‘N Learn 3-in-1 Trike in the neighborhood.

Little Tikes Ride ‘N Learn 3-in-1 Trike ! Enjoy

Step2 Grand Walk-in Kitchen and Grill

Step2 Grand Walk-in Kitchen and Grill is Anna’s first Kitchen, Grill, BBQ system

We have a great time with Anna in her kitchen. She adores tea time with grandma and grandpa. She likes to bbq her play burger patties and hot dogs for the family. Her grill even makes sizzling sounds when she cooks.  The food items like cauliflower, potatoes, asparagus are true to color and are great educational material for her fruits and vegetables.  This kitchen/bbq set is a great gift for the toddlers in your life.

Some of the Toys that I reviewed

Anna is enjoying the music
Anna is riding her bike
Anna is Cooking in her new kitchen
Anna is Cooking in her new kitchen
Anna is Cooking in her new kitchen

“Play is so integral to childhood that a child who does not have the opportunities to play is cut off from a major portion of childhood.”

Musselwhite

“Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity.”

Kay Redfield Jamison

Have fun Playing with your child





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