1 yr old birthday gift

Kelly - posted on 05/29/2009 ( 9 moms have responded )

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I've got a $25 gift card for toys r us, and I thought that I'd spend it on a new toy for my daughter's first birthday next month. (I was going to put it toward a fancy stroller, but so far we haven't needed anything beyond a cheapo umbrella stroller!) Any suggestions on toys. I've never bought any for her, just used what we were given, so this is a whole new world for me, and I don't want to feel like I'm flushing $25 down the toilet.

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Debbie - posted on 05/22/2014

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Check out www.top20giftideas.com for some great gift ideas for a 1 year old girl. There are pages that you can navigate by age and gender and prices across major retailers so you can find the best deal.

Sarah - posted on 05/30/2009

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try to find somthing you can convert when she gets a little older....like an activity table....im not sure of the name...but i know there are some out there that grow with your baby

Claudia - posted on 05/30/2009

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Quoting Jennifer:

My son loved the bounce and spin zebra. He is 3.5yrs old and still plays on it!


 



This is a great suggestion. My kids have one and both the 9month old and the 2.5yrs old love it. You wil get alot of use out of it.

Hope - posted on 05/29/2009

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hey, i would try out some blocks! buy the raw materials if you have a handy man hubby or family member that can fashion them; other wise you can buy them. my son and his little girl friend love playing with them, they're great too chew and they love stacking them and help you to build. plus when you are listening to music you can clap them together to the beat. if that fails an abicus is great fun and interactive, it will also aid in learning to count further down the track ;)

Jennifer - posted on 05/29/2009

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My son loved the bounce and spin zebra. He is 3.5yrs old and still plays on it!

Elizabeth - posted on 05/29/2009

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Blocks, she might not be sure how to stack them but they are definately an excellent developemental toy and will be used for at least a year for stacking, counting, rolling, learning numbers and for learning letters. They are really almost the only thing that is worth the money....for that age

Becki - posted on 05/29/2009

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my daughter, she is 14 months, favorite toys are books, toy phone (it lights up and makes noise), a little boom box and the remote control for our tv.

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