1. Climbing Blocks…
These climbing mat/blocks might be the coolest thing for a little one learning to crawl and climb…the bigger siblings might have some fun on these too. During these inside cold months, these will be perfect for getting some energy out, for sure!
2. Comfy Holiday Long Johns
What parent doesn’t want the cute Christmas morning photo of a sweet babe opening gifts in adorable holiday themed jammies? The perfect gear for those perfect photo memories!
3. Photo Blocks
We have lots of family, but sadly, most are many miles away. We want our baby to know the names and faces of these loved ones. These blocks will help teach baby all about family.
4. Hooray for kids music that adults CAN tolerate!
Don’t get me wrong, there are some awesome children’s artists our there like Justin Roberts, Laurie Berkner, and Ellizabeth Mitchell. There are also a bunch of CDs like this that are lullaby renditions of FAVORITE artists. If you don’t like Bob Marley you can choose from artists like: The Pixies, Tool, U2, The Beatles, etc. Much more tolerable than Barney!!!
5. Jesus…a Christmas Essential
We actually have this and it is a hit with my kids. I can’t say it is always as perfectly organized as the above image…Mary has been known to take some rides on a fire truck or on the roof of a blaring toy ambulance, but it is a great tool to help kids begin to understand the birth of Jesus.
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