Pink My Very Happy Birthday
Personalized Precious Memories First Birthday Time Capsule
Nesting & Sorting Barns & Animals
Sort & Count
Tomy Pic 'N' Pop
Skip Hop 'Alphabet Zoo' Soft Activity Book
Personalized Animal Stuffies
My First Camera
Mud Pie 'Princess' First Tooth & Curl Treasure Box Set
Playskool Pink Elephant Busy Ball Popper
Bedhead Neon Dinosaur Stretch 2 pc Boo Boo
Converse All Star High Top Sneaker (Baby, Walker & Toddler)
VTech Counting Fun Elephant
Personalized Plush & Cozy Chair
Little Giraffe Luxe Leopard Blanket
Pride & Prejudice: A BabyLit Board Book (English and English Edition)
Fishbowl Fill and Spill
Wee Gallery Baby Flash Cards: Sea Collection
Bear Plush Collection
My First Baby Book
Wow, somebody’s turning one! That’s a huge milestone in life and while it sometimes may seem that the party is mainly an occasion for the parents to show off their cutie pie, you’ll want to find a great gift for the little one.
One of the biggest accomplishments in the first year is baby taking her first steps. Toys that encourage walking and help to build her strength and coordination make great 1st birthday gifts. Think push and pull toys like animal-shaped carts, activity walkers that are loaded with shapes and puzzles, and yes, even those classic corn popper toys that are rather noisy and annoying for grown-ups but adored by babies.
By now the baby has begun to make distinct sounds and perhaps is even chatting away. Books of any kind help young ones to talk, read, and learn about the world around them. Books with audio that sound out the pictures, touch and feel books, and also stuffed animals that talk will get baby’s vocabulary growing.
One-year-olds are at that awesome stage of growing, learning, and exploring, so animals or cars he can ride or rock on, musical toys, and sort and stack shapes all make wonderful 1st birthday gifts. And don’t forget balls! Babies love balls – they bounce, spin, roll, and provide hours of entertainment for young ones. One mom brought a mesh bag filled with 100 brightly colored balls – which costs less than $20 -- to her one-year-old’s birthday party, and all of the little ones, yes, had a ball!