Gifts for newborns

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What better reason to celebrate than the birth of a new baby? Of course, along with the celebration comes the gift giving. Whether you opt for one of the classics – baby clothes, bedding, or a silver keepsake (rattle, spoon, frame, etc.) – or something a little more creative, the new arrival is sure to appreciate it, even if he may not be able to send you a thank-you note just yet. Read on for our list of some of the best present ideas for newborns.

Gifts for a newborn

A stays-in-place pacifier

Many babies love pacifiers and will suckle happily instead of crying – and the WubbaNub, which connects a pacifier to a sweet stuffed animal, is a baby fave. The Avent Soothie pacifier has a more breastlike nipple than many paci's, so it’s accepted by many babies; even before babies can grip the plush snuggle companion animal, the nipple helps keep the pacifier in their mouths. Your gift may even help your favorite baby sleep better – and for that, parents will love you.

WubbaNub Infant Pacifier

A starter library

There are few things more soothing to a newborn than the sound of your voice reading a story, and starting a daily reading habit will benefit your baby now and down the road. Some of the best baby books are Goodnight Moon, Runaway Bunny, Guess How Much I Love You, and "More More More," Said the Baby.

A Baby's Gift: Goodnight Moon and The Runaway Bunny

Gifts for 1-month-olds

A tummy-time helper

Tummy time is essential for newborns, as they learn how to push up, roll over, sit, crawl, stand, and then walk ... but no one ever said babies had to like it. A sit-up toy like this fabric framed mirror gives her something beautiful to focus on: her own fascinating baby face!

Bright Starts Sit and See Floor Mirror


Let's face it: Kids – including babies – love toys. Playthings with bold colors and black-and-white patterns and designs will engage a newborn and encourage her still-developing eyesight. A good supply of soft, resilient chewable toys will let her explore safely with her mouth. One of the best toys around is the Whoozit, a squeezable, friendly playmate that features stimulating black-and-white patterns, floppy arms and legs with lots of brightly colored hands and feet, and an intriguing (at least to a baby) rattling sound.

Manhattan Toy Baby Whoozit Activity Toy

Gifts for 2-month-olds

Sweet baby bibs

Newborns can be messy at the best of times, whether they’re spitting up milk or drooling as their first tooth approaches. Keep babies tidy – and stylish – during their drooling and teething phases with this 10-pack of bandanna bibs. They ready supply will help keep babies’ clothes dry, and that’ll get parents through several days without having to do laundry.

Upsimples Baby Bandanna Drool Bibs

An activity gym

Babies are enthralled by their environment in general, but you can make it even more fascinating with an activity gym, which typically includes a cloth mat and several toys suspended from soft bars or arches. Colorful detachable toys, including a take-along bird toy with interactive lights and musical feedback, dangle from this gym’s arches, encouraging your baby’s developing eyesight and growing physical skills. And it’s a cinch to roll it up and take it with you wherever you go.

Tiny Love Gymini Deluxe Infant Activity Play Mat

Gifts for 3-month-olds

A musical toy

Babies love to explore cause and effect, and any toy that makes a noise when it’s patted, rolled, pressed, or shaken is a natural. These soft maracas are easy for small hands to grasp and hold on to, and they make an enchanting rattling sound when shaken, stirred, rattled, rocked, or rolled.

Fisher-Price Rattle 'n Rock Maracas

An interactive plush toy

Most babies are thrilled by this plush octopus that makes sounds when touched. Small babies can hug the octopus and hear a Baby Einstein melody while exploring the various fabric textures on the creature’s body. As babies get older and their fine motor control grows more sophisticated, they can squeeze each leg to hear color names in English, Spanish, or French.

Baby Einstein Octoplush Musical Plush Toy

Watch the video: TOP 10 BABY SHOWER GIFT IDEAS. Perfect Gifts for Mum to Be! (June 2022).


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