Skip Hop Tummy Time Mat – $35.00
This sweet owl activity mat is perfect for tummy time, where little ones first begin to explore the world on their own.
Sophie the Giraffe – $19.89
Sophie is one of the most popular teething toys around. She’s elegant and friendly and perfect for drooly little mouths.
Skip Hop Wearable Blanket – $28.00
Skip Hop’s cozy wearable blankets are a safe and snuggly way for little ones to transition out of swaddles.
Waffleknit Body Suits – $4.00
Cozy Bear Hat – $9.48
This hat is not only perfect for keeping baby warm in the cold winter weather, but heart-stoppingly adorable as well. Everyone loves a baby that looks like a bear.
Freddie the Firefly – $9.81
Freddie was one of my daughter’s favorites. He is perfect to hang from activity bars, car seat handles, and even the side of the crib. His bright colors and varied textures will fascinate little ones.
Taggies were another of Isla’s favorites when she was small. She loved chewing on the brightly colored tags and nuzzling the soft fabric.
Fuzzy Bee and Friends – $8.95
Fuzzy Bee is a great first book. It’s a rag book with different colors, textures, and interactive parts, and lots of fun insects for baby to get up close and personal with.
Ikea 36-piece Meal Time Starter Set – $16.20
As babies begin to eat solids, it’s very helpful to have a set of dishes just for baby. This colorful, inexpensive set is a great starter with bowls, plates, flatware and cups.
Once kids have mastered tummy time, crawling and sitting up, babies are often ready to start trying out their legs. Jumpers like this one by Baby Einstein are a fun way for babies to practice supporting their weight with their legs and developing more control over their tiny bodies.