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Gift Ideas For a 1 Year Old

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#1 FingersToToes  OFFLINE  



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Posted Dec 10, 2008 - 6:04 pm

Help, I have a few things, but I am lots - most things I see are 6+ months which his mom says to avoid as he's growing out of that stuff. Other stuff I see is cool is 24 months+ and that's to old (right?) It's been a while since I had one in the house all the time, even though he's my nephew I am not sure what to get him - HELP please?

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Posted Dec 10, 2008 - 7:37 pm

Fisherprice.com has some great suggestions for the 12-18month age range. I think you could get some good ideas from there. I liked the lil snoopy and a few others.

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Posted Dec 11, 2008 - 1:17 am

Any type of developmental toy would be a plus. A crawling mirror or a crib mirror rated pretty high on my list for my kids, that way they have interraction, eventhough they're looking at themselves for a period when I had to put them down. Someone from Babie's R Us could also steer you in the right direction as well.

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Posted Dec 11, 2008 - 9:05 am

My favorites for a 1-year old are:

A bucket or pot with big plastic spoons (maybe add some "food" like toy food, small balls, etc.)
a ball
bath toys (like http://www.amazon.co...29014410&sr=1-2 or http://www.amazon.co...29014410&sr=1-1
Fridge farm, garage, or alphabet toy.

or try these, my kids like them
Target had a set of 8 large, soft building blocks, some of them have circle, square, or triangle "tubes" that you can slide in or out of the blocks. They were a favorite of ours. I can't find them on the website, but I am pretty sure they are in the stores - Parents brand.

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Posted Dec 11, 2008 - 11:33 am

My 16 month old likes Melissa and Doug puzzles, the happy ball popper already mentioned, books (apparently she's a nerd like her Mom--LOL), and the Fisher Price Sing and Sounds Farm.

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