Have you bought any gifts for your LO yet?

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Have you bought any gifts for your LO yet?
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Wed, 12-01-2010 - 5:07pm

I have to say I miss buying baby toys, they really have some great ones out here.

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Wed, 12-01-2010 - 10:06pm

Hanukkah started tonight so we have all those gifts for the small ones.




Thank you for the sig Mary

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Thu, 12-02-2010 - 11:25am

All those toys are really cute Sarah!

James is too young to have any clue, but I did pick him up a couple little things with my BRU registry completion discount.

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Thu, 12-02-2010 - 11:49am

Since Peter is too young to really know what's going on, we're keeping it simple this year. DH and I are each picking out a small gift for him, and it'll be a surprise for each other. LOL

I got the Plan Toys Shape Sorter Train. I know it'll be a bit before he plays with it, but I really love timeless wooden toys. Our local natural baby store sales a ton of different stuff. He may get the banjo for his birthday!

Santa is more than likely bringing a new swing. Ours is an old-school totally upright one from my aunt. She used it with both of her kids. Daycare just got a new cradle swing, and he actually naps in it. Since it holds up to 25 lbs, I figure he'll be able to use it for awhile. If we decide against that, he'll get a playmat with attached toys. The cats keep stealing all the loose ones.

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Thu, 12-02-2010 - 12:31pm

The biggest purchase we made was his next car seat, the Graco MyRide 65.

His stocking has 4 pairs of BabyLegs and two Aden and Anais Issies

His other bag of gifts has a Tigger and the penguin from Madagascar.

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Thu, 12-02-2010 - 1:07pm

Adrienne, both mine still like the Oball, and it makes a great bath toy too.




Thank you for the sig Mary

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Thu, 12-02-2010 - 1:40pm
Sarah,

I had a hard time deciding between the Skwish and the Winkel. I ended up choosing the Skwish because of the balls that rotate and fall/collide/make noise when it collapses. I think he'll enjoy it :) I really love the classic toys like stackers...just so simple, doesnt require batteries and not noisy :) I love those stick horses you are getting for Des and Eloise...I'm sure they'll love them :D

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