What baby wants for Christmas!

Babies can’t tell us what they want for the holidays, but a mama knows!  Developmental books, teething toys and swaddles are top picks for baby gifts.  Here are our favorites for the holidays!

MAM Friends teething toys:

These bright and bubbly characters are designed to address baby’s sensory development at every stage, stimulating hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. All MAM friends are made from 100% natural rubber harvested from our hevea trees, which are grown just for us in Thailand. At our local facility, we expertly and lovingly handcraft this natural rubber into baby’s special MAM friend.

Sleepea by Happiest Baby

Give the gift of sleep this holiday season to new parents, new babies and families!  Created by Dr. Harvey Karp, America’s premier pediatrician, author of best-selling Happiest Baby on the Blockand inventor of the Snoo, the safest and smartest babybed!  Sleepea -The 100% organic cotton 5-second swaddler!

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Board Book and Plush (Book&Toy)

Very Hungry Caterpillar is a classic book that helps with counting and shape identification.  The repetitiveness of the book makes it easy for baby to read along.    I love the matching plush for baby to hold while reading.

Baby Signs: A Baby-Sized Introduction to Speaking with Sign Language

We like to practice baby sign language with this book.  We are hoping baby will pick up some of the signs for communication.

Melissa & Doug Soft Activity Baby Book – The Wonderful World of Peekaboo!

We love  this series of soft books that make crinkly sounds and have lots of fun things to touch and move.  Baby can play with these of his own and they are great for car rides.

KidKraft Deluxe Activity Cube

The KidKraft deluxe activity cube offers five sides of colorful fun for kids as young as one year. Every panel features different activities to help young kids sharpen their motor skills and learn about colors, shapes, letters and numbers. Brightly illustrated letter blocks spin and slide, interlocking gears turn and colorful shapes slide along a track maze. There’s even an abacus to help kids learn to Count.