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2012 Holiday Gift Guide: Babies

This year, our lovely design experts let us know what their top holiday gift picks were so we could share them with you. We hope you enjoy.

 

Okay, so babies generally miss the whole concept of the holidays, but who can resist going all out for baby’s first Christmas or Hanukkah? Just don’t be disappointed when he or she is more enraptured by the wrapping paper and bows than the actual gift!


1. Winkel Teething Toy 2. Reindeer Hat 3. Nursery Rhyme 28 Block Set 4. Treetop Friends Owl Activity Toy 5. Baby Book 6. Personalized Bowl 7. Nuna Leaf 8. Comotomo Natural Feel Baby Bottle 9. Cuddle Bear 10. Sam Simon Castle Painting 11. My Pal Violet 12. 2 Red Hens Studio Toy Nanny 13. Gold Marrakech Babush 14. Personalized Book 15. Bamboo Swaddle Blankets 16. Hooded Towel 17. bloom Black Coco Plexistyle Baby Lounger 18. Soapster 19. Lucite Catch-All Tray 20. Geared Shape Sorter 21. HuggyBuddy 22. Four Organic Cupcake Bodysuits 23. Bath Squirties 24. Alphabet Zoo ABC House Blocks 25. Twilight Turtle 26. B. Toys Zany Zoo Wooden Activity Cube 27. Bellini Gift Basket 28. Elks & Angels Welcome Slippers

 

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7 Comments

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    Going for the Twilight Turtle! I always have to think twice about buying something for a baby. They grow up so fast that I just wouldn’t want to spend a lot for something they don’t want to play or use a couple of months after.

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    I hear you, Andrea. Call me stingy, but I try not to get carried away when spending for something for my baby. yeah, i love him to bits and would like to give him nothing but the best, but to think that he will only get to use a certain baby stuff for a few months makes me think a lot before making purchases.

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    We have had the twilight turtle for years and its still in high demand and loved by my 10 month old and 4 year old. Excellent gift!

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    You can say that again. I used to enjoy shopping for presents a few years ago. But now, I almost dread it. It’s because the choices have become broader.

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