Buying the right gift for someone can be as rewarding as it is stressful. When the recipient happens to be a tiny, baby girl, you can rest easy knowing they won’t roll their eyes at your gift. Although it is a good idea to choose a present that won’t make parents roll their eyes either. Here is a list of 10 great gift ideas for baby girls that even parents can enjoy.
Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes
With an easy to grip handle and a big button to push this toy is sure to capture any baby’s attention. This best-selling musical toy plays 10 classical music songs and comes with volume control. The lights and music are certain to entertain baby girls and is a great way to stimulate auditory and visual development.
A custom name puzzle is not only a keepsake but also a great developmental toy. A name puzzle will help baby girls develop fine motor skills as well as letter recognition. A personalized name puzzle is sure to be a gift baby girl can play with and learn from for many years to come.
Sofie la Giraffe by Vulli
This flexible teether is made from 100% natural rubber, which means it is free from chemicals such as BPA, latex, and phthalates. Baby girl can soothe her sore gums by chewing on Sofie’s legs, ears, or horns. The teether includes a squeaker inside that will help her learn cause and effect. Teething is no fun and this soothing giraffe is sure to make both parents and baby girl happy.
A wonderful way for a baby girl to learn about the world is by getting to see it. It’s important for parents and babies to get fresh air however, it can be quite tiring to carry a baby through the park or a shopping mall. For this reason, a stroller is a gift that will benefit baby girls and parents. This gift will provide years of adventures for any baby girl.
While a baby name blanket isn’t educational, it is a gift that can hold sentimental value forever. Customizable baby blankets can be purchased on Amazon or Etsy and are made with the softest materials. Every parent is sure to appreciate the value in this gift and it could even become a comforting friend for a baby girl.
My First Soft Books By Teytoy
Books are a great way for baby girls to learn and the best ones double as developmental toys. Teytoy’s set of six cloth books all crinkle and each has either a rattle or squeaker inside to promote the baby’s auditory development. These books will teach her about a variety of objects such as fruit, vegetables, numbers, and animals. Parents can even rest easy letting her flip through the pages as they are safe if she decides to chew on them.
Rattles have been around for thousands of years and are still a top choice as a gift for a baby girl. Rattles help babies learn to grasp objects and develop fine motor skills. iPlay, iLearn makes a best-selling rattle set that includes 10 different types of rattles.
Fisher-Price Play Mat
Tummy time is an important activity in every baby girl’s day. Sometimes, though it’s not always the most enjoyable. With the Fisher-Price Deluxe Kick ‘n Play Piano Gym, tummy time will likely be much more fun. This gym comes with four detachable toys, a mirror, and a learning piano. As she grows, the placement of the piano can be adjusted so she can continue to learn and play music for years to come.
Munchkin Mozart Magic Cube
This activity cube is made with soft edges to keep the baby girl safe as she learns how to create a symphony. The cube has a button for a flute, piano, violin, harp, and a french horn. There are 8 Mozart songs that she can learn as well as an orchestra button so she can hear all the instruments together.
Teethers are always great gifts for baby girls. The Manhattan Toy Winkel Rattle And Sensory Teether is the perfect teether and rattle combination. This is a fun, developmental toy that can even soothe those aching gums.
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