The sweetest patterned pajamas for babies and kids, $36 to $46.
Hopewell quilt, made of cotton and linen, $175. Soft for little tummies, pretty for the nursery, and a beautiful heirloom to pass down to future generations.
Board books for reading and chewing, $5.99.
Double decker bus, $19.95. (And so many other great toys at the Land of Nod—they really nail it).
This octopus isn't the most beautiful thing to feature on a gift guide, but take it from me: BABIES LOVE HIM. Toby played with him constantly as a newborn, and now Anton happily manhandles him every day.
Minnetonka baby booties (eeks!!!), $19.95.
Musical car pillow, which plays songs by The Doors, Bob Dylan or The Beatles, 54 euro.
Old-school games, like Don't Break the Ice, $11, or Hungry Hippos, $27.
Photo puzzle featuring a photo of your child, with 12 easy pieces, $25.
Glow-in-the-dark pajamas, $52, and glow-in-the-dark stars, $15.57, to make bedtime feel magical.
School bus with wooden people, which has been Toby's favorite toy of all time (he has been in love with it for 3 years running!), $19.99. There are so many ways to play with this and make up stories. Highly, highly recommended for little dudes everywhere.
Tegu blocks that stick together with imbedded magnets, $30 for 22 pieces. (We played with these on vacation this summer, and they were fantastic.)
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