Baby’s first Christmas gifts

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Ever wondered what in the world you could possibly buy a baby for Christmas?

Me too.

”They don’t need a lot” I hear you say. I disagree. Babies do need a lot, a hell of a lot, and Christmas is the perfect opportunity to delegate out gifts for the first year of baby’s life. In the long run, this saves you a bit of money, saves gifts getting duplicated and you have everything you need for the next year. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I don’t want to shell out on gifts for my child, I just don’t see the point in going completely all out. Yes, I took him to see Father Christmas, but no I didn’t spend hundreds on him. He won’t remember it, but it’s still nice to create memories.

Here’s a list of gifts that our little one received, just in case any of you were stuck for ideas.

Fisher Price rainforest jumperoo
VTech first steps baby walker
Fisher Price laugh and learn puppy
Fisher Price laugh and learn cookie shape surprise
VTech playtime bus
Bath toys
Usborne illustrated classics for boys
Usborne illustrated stories of Greek Myths
Usborne illustrated stories from Aesop
Hairy Maclary full set of books
Various learning books
Handcrafted wooden alphabet puzzle (dinosaur shape)
Giant floor puzzle
Little Lad’s Moneybox (Pot of Dreams)
ELC sensory stacking rings
ELC discover cylinder
Stacking cups
Safari rolling toy
Clothes and shoes (always in the next size up, at least)
Money (for his little piggy bank)
Mickey Mouse lullaby soft toy
Playgro bendy ball
VTech moosical beads
VTech splash and learn duck
VTech musical tambourine
Buzzing Brains click clack track
Sassy wonder wheel highchair toy
Emma Bridgewater dinner set
VTech toot toot cars (emergency vehicles)
“I love you, mummy” book and soft toy set
Reindeer bib
My 1st ever Christmas bib

I’m sure there are lots more ideas to be had, but these were the ones that we had. Other additions could be baby walkers or pushchair toys to toy boxes and keepsakes. What did you buy your baby for their first Christmas?

J

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