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Baby Christmas Gift Guide (9-24 month)

It’s that time of the year when Christmas shopping is about to be full speed ahead! I’m working on getting all my gifts early, wrapped, and under the tree so we can just enjoy the holidays! Over the past month or two I’ve been picking up things for Stuen Lee here and there! She’s at the age where she wants to explore everything she can get her hands on. So I’ve gotten her a lot of wood, tactile things, along with some interactive toys to keep her occupied! I try rotate her toys out every month. That way when we put them up and get them back out it’s like they are new all over again! It’s been hard sitting on all these but we can’t wait to gift them to her and see what goodies Santa brings! If you’re searching for some gift ideas for your little one, check out my picks below!

Gift Ideas

Name Train Set
Dad is a civil engineer and works on the train tracks! It’s always been in his blood and in his family, so naturally we are gonna have a train gal! I ordered this set on Etsy. You can personalize the letters and colors to your choosing!

Baby Walker Balance Bike
Stuen Lee is on the verge of walking so I’m going to introduce her to this balance bike soon!

Although she won’t be using this abacus for traditional counting (what it is designed for) I went ahead and got it for her to play around with. She likes to move things and I figured this would be good way to explore cause and effect of beads.

Play Tree House
We’ve started a collection of Holtziger wood animals and peg dolls. This tree house is something to go along with them that she’ll eventually grow into.

Name Wood Puzzle & Electronic Alphabet Poster
This name wood puzzle has been one of my top bestsellers of all time! It’s the perfect price point for a baby gift and customizable.

Here are a few more things that I’ve added to her Christmas list!

Stocking Stuffers

Bath Xylophone, Bath Squirt Toys, Bath Stacking Cups, Mini Bath Books, Slumberkins

Bath toys are great stocking stuffers! Along, with those slumberkins! They have a wide variety of books/animals to choose from.

Mini Abacus

This mini abacus is under $8. It would be great to stick in a stocking or gift to a kid! I can see it being a good travel toy to take to restaurants and keep them entertained. When they grow into it, you can use it to teach them counting, adding, and subtracting.

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