Shopping for a toddler? These gifts are great for any little boy or girl.
I always love shopping for the little ones. To me, it’s much more fun than shopping for adults. Every gift I pick out, I picture their little faces while playing with it. It makes me so excited to anticipate the laughs and fun that’s hopefully going to happen. And if I find that one perfect toy they treasure for years to come, it’s like a personal victory for this mom. This Ultimate Gift Guide for the Toddler has something for every little boy or girl. My little Britton is going to get many of these items. Some of these toys even make lots of noise, which makes me think…I must love him an awful lot.
What little toddler doesn’t love to slide? I ordered this for Britton thinking it would be good for the basement playroom this Winter. And then come Spring, it can be moved to the backyard. For only $30.00, it should get lots of use. 🙂
This game sneaks education in which this former teacher loves. $12.00 isn’t bad for a game that encourages family time and teaches your colors!
I remember having a See n Say when I was young and I loved it. Little Britton is going to love hearing all these animals squawk. Hopefully I will too. 😉
This little flashlight looked like a cute toy for only $10.00. It plays melodies, teaches opposites, and also teaches letters.
I couldn’t resist getting Britton this car. It’s a classic that I am sure he will love both in the basement and outside this summer. Can’t wait to take his picture in this baby!
How can you resist buying a ball with the word laugh in it’s name? The child can press, shake or roll the ball to activate music and sounds. Too cute!
Can’t forget adding some books in there…like this one. It’s got 100 first words for your little one to learn. Great book for daily interaction or reference.
Britton loves to draw already, so I think this doodle is going to be great for both home and car.
If you are still shopping for the ladies in your life…be sure to check out the Ultimate Gift Guide for the Lady here.
What are some of your favorite things to buy for your toddler? Books or toys?