Thursday, November 7, 2019

Holiday Gift Guide 2019 - For the Babies

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Gift guide #2 is coming at ya today, this time for the teeny tinies (Birth – 5 years).

1 // 3-Piece Wood Puzzle Set – perfect set for teaching the basics – letters, numbers, colors, and motor skills.

2 // Fisher Price Little People Nativity – sweet little toy set for kids that includes a stable and 10 figures including Baby Jesus, Mary, and Joseph.  Our kids had this little set and it’s so sweet I’m saving it for our grandbabies.

3 // Sit & Spin – this toy is so much fun!  My littlest brother used to have one of these when he was young and our whole family loved it.  My mom recently pulled it out of the attic and our kids had a field day with it!

4 // VTech Starshine the Bright Lights Unicorn – the unicorn craze is real, y’all, and this is the perfect teaching toy for your child to hear colors, objects, and phrases.  It also plays songs.

5 // Sophie the Giraffe Teether – this is, in my opinion, the best teether on the market.  Olivia had a Sophie and she carried that thing everywhere.  Sophie’s legs are long enough to reach baby’s back gums to help ease hard-to-reach teething pains.  She holds up perfectly even after a lot of use and she’s well worth the money.

6 // Aqua Doodle Mat – this thing is huge (40x32) and it allows your kids to “paint” without making a mess.  It’s reusable and big enough for multiple kids to play with at the same time.

7 // VTech Prance & Rock Learning Unicorn – your toddler can rock and ride on this unicorn and it plays songs and phrases.

8 // Stack Up Cup Toys – this set of 8 colorful cups can nest or be stacked.  At only $3.99 and with 5 stars and 4,361 reviews, you can’t go wrong with them! 

9 // Fisher-Price Classic Infant Trio Gift Set – this set of 3 classic toys includes a xylophone, a block sorter, and the stacking rings that every baby loves!

10 // LEGO Duplo My First Bricks (80 Pieces) – you can’t go wrong with LEGO Duplos… our kids still play with ours at ages 5 and 8!  We’ve gotten years and years of use out of them, and this basic set is perfect to get your child started.

11 // FurReal Walkalots – these are puppies and kitties on leashes that really walk… perfect for the child who has been begging for their own pet!  I’m considering getting the cat for Olivia.

12 // Talking Forky – our kiddos loved Toy Story 4 and their favorite character was Forky.  This Talking Forky says 15+ phrases from the movie, he’s posable, and he moves his face!

Stay tuned for the gift guide for teenagers on Monday!  And if you missed it, here are the other gift guides I've done so far...


  1. Super excited for teenager gift guide- why are they so hard to buy for each year??

  2. My girls had so many of these items when they were younger. I still want a sit and spin. I grew up with one!


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