Tuesday, July 20, 2010

The Baby Times! 13th Edition-A Few of Our Favorite Things...


I'm glad that I held on to a few of my girls' favorite baby toys after they grew out of them, because it is fun seeing little man enjoy them as well!  Here are a few of our favorite things:

Baby Einstein Discover and Play Color Blocks
Baby Einstein Discover and Play Color Blocks
For ages birth and up
Features: different textures on each side, baby einstein picture, color words, easy to hold for baby-soft material

Learning Curve First Keys Teether

Learning Curve First Keys Teether (ours is similar- may be different brand- The First Years, I believe) Little man loves his keys!  He looks at them, grabs the different keys and teethes on them.  A great inexpensive and simple toy to throw in his diaper bag when we are on the run.

K's Kids The Hungry Pelican

K's Kids The Hungry Pelican
For ages 0-36 months
Features: Squeaky cheeks, crinkly wings, and rattles in the feet
Adorable small plush toys for baby to feed the hungry pelican
over and over again!

Lastly, his absolute favorite toy..............drum roll please................

His itty bitty toes!
Features: designed special by God
Includes ten individual toys
Bendable, may try to put in mouth
Cost: free, but you must take care of with tickles and kisses
Hand wash only

I'd love to hear your baby toy suggestions!  What are your baby's favorite toys?

Jen

Disclaimer: Although I am an affiliate for Amazon, I did not receive any compensation for writing about the above toys.  My suggestions are my opinion only and other parents may not agree.

6 comments:

Terra said...

I kept all of Monkey See's toys (3 years old) because I just knew that I'd have another little girl, Monkey Do will be 1 on Friday!
We also have the Baby Einstein Blocks. I think Monkey Do's favorite toys are wooden blocks (she loves to chunk them across the room) and our Little People Farm House with all of the animals. She also likes the Fisher Price Animal Train, which I recently found out is no longer available and people are selling them on Amazong for like $130. If ours disappears we won't tell them I sold it...LOL.

Elle Belles Bows said...

The itty bitty toes just made me laugh out loud! I hope to one day be able to pass my "belle's" toys to a brother or sister

Elle Belles Bows said...

The itty bitty toes just made me laugh out loud! I hope to one day be able to pass my "belle's" toys to another daughter or son. I am grateful to my own Mom that she kept some of my toys that I have now passed on.

Brimful Curiosities said...

Every child should have a set of keys. When my kids were little they enjoyed those Fisher Price roll around balls with the objects inside. They also loved the Tomy Hide & Squeak Eggs.

Erin said...

My little ones loved the toes too. They also loved play phones and pretty much anything that makes music!

Amber said...

Kitchen utensils are big hits at our house. Also, boxes. Basically, whatever isn't meant to be a toy and is far cheaper than the ACTUAL toys is what my kids are all over.

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