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Fruit Teethers

These fruit teethers were a life saver when Sophie was a teeny baby. You can put them in the freezer for teething and they stay cold for quite a while. The 6 pack means you have plenty to stash in the car seat, diaper bag, purse, etc so you always have one on hand!


Graco Extend-2-Fit

This is the car seat all 3 of my kids have used once they graduate the bucket seat. I love that it can rear-face for so much longer than most other seats and that it has the extendable foot space. The many recline positions were also great for my reflux babies. I know it's not a super fun Christmas gift, but it's practical!


Love To Dream Swaddle Up

I didn't discover this until baby number 3, and it was a game changer. None of my babies liked being swaddled very much, and this helps them get the snug and warm swaddle feel without restricting their movement as much.


Fat Brain Toys Dimpl

Basically reusable bubble wrap. Fun for all ages, but a great teether toy for babies.


Tummy Time Water Mat

Encourage tummy time and sensory play! My babies loved these. It also held up well to being jumped on repeatedly by my older kids.


Dohm White Noise Machine

This is the white noise machine that EVERYONE loves. It doesn't play a recorded sound, it has a fan inside to create actual white noise that is so soothing. All my kids have needed some sort of white noise to keep them asleep for longer than 30 minutes at a time. Also works great to block out noise from older siblings who may or may not have a problem keeping their voices low during nap time.

Peek-a Who?

This was my babies absolute favorite book for the first year of their lives. It's simple and fun and I've never met a kid who didn't love it.

Suction Animal Rattles

These will suction to a high chair tray or any hard surface so baby can't throw them. Each one makes a different noise when it moves!


Large Puzzle With Textures

This puzzle is great because it can be played with even before they are old enough to actually do puzzles. Each of the pieces has a different texture and the mirror in the center makes it a great tummy time toy. Around the 13-18 month age they can start putting the pieces in their correct spot.


Teether Pop

This is GENIUS. Fill it with whatever you want: breastmilk, water, smoothie, etc. And then freeze it and give it to your babe to help with teething!








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