What do you get a 10 month old boy for Christmas?!
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Ange - posted on 11/22/2009
We're thinking of the 3-1 smart trike. It's a bike that has a big handle at the top so you can strap them in and push them around, then as they get older you can remove parts of the bike so they're more independant etc...
Nicole - posted on 11/21/2009
soft balls and chew toys! (it sounds like it is for the dog! lol) Also, we always wrapped up the kid's favorite snack - they get excited about it because they recognize the package and it gives them something to chew on other than the wrapping paper.
Tanya - posted on 11/21/2009
Have you heard of Discovery Toys? There is a website and I'm sure there is probably a sales rep. in your area. I went to a party recently and we got my son (10 months old) a castle marble works toy. He LOVES it. It was expensive ($50) but because I hosted the party I got it for half price. It was a fun evening with my girlfriends as well.
You can look in the catalog page 21.
It's a bit too high for him right now to play with while sitting on the floor but we only put the first two rows of the castle together and he is able to drop the ball into the chute to see it roll out the bottom. Great cause and effect toy.
The balls make noise too when they roll down the castle which is fun. Yet, there is no annoying music or anything that might scare a more sensitive child.
I bought lots of toys from this company but this is the only one my son has tried so far.
Ashley - posted on 11/20/2009
You will more than likely be the one opening the presents for him! Lol. My son will be 11 months at Christmas, I got him an Elmo doll & dvd, as he loves Elmo, some learning toys, Fisher Price Little People sets, clothes some toys he can bang...realistically, he'll be much more interested in all the shredded up wrapping paper & boxes than the toys! Good luck!
Hilary - posted on 11/20/2009
be thankful that all the gifts will be provided by others :o) and realistic that at this age they haven't a clue about what Christmas is. He will be content with the box and paper. Enjoy the time with him and the memories and skip the extra presents.
SigrÃÃ°ur - posted on 11/18/2009
We´ve also been thinking about the same thing... We´re thinking about giving him some music as he loves listening to it or a nice book to read with him. I know that he will be getting a lot of gifts and that he don´t really needs anything more. And if you think about it, what do you think he will be more interested in the wrapping or the things that are under them... :o) Good luck finding your gift!
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