Last Updated on August 19, 2020
It is time to start thinking about your Christmas list. I know there are some who are finished, some who are almost finished and the rest of us that need to begin. When it comes to buying for a baby the choices can be overwhelming. The toy selection is never ending as is the clothing and the new products that baby just has to have. After having four children of my own, I realized that quality not quantity is most important. When you start making a list for babies and young children, separate them by age and gender. It is very important that when choosing an item you buy it for the age the baby will be at Christmas time. Babies grow and change very rapidly, especially in their first year of life. Now let us see what is available that would be a great baby item for each little one on the list.
A beautiful soft baby blanket would be perfect for a new baby. Now make it special by personalizing. You can make it even more special by choosing a white or ivory blanket and have it embroidered with the name and or birth date of baby in red or green thread. It is that little extra touch that makes a good item great. Do not forget that baby needs a blanket to use in the stroller when the weather gets colder in the months to come. Baby blankets are always a welcomed item and even more so if it is personalized. A baby can never have too many!
One of my favorite items to give at Christmas is a child step stool that is personalized with baby’s first name. The most practical type is the one that converts from a chair to a stool. These are very popular so you must order early so as to get the color and pattern you want.
Last but not least on this list is a 100% cotton terry hooded baby bath robe. Personalized with initials and generously sized, they will still be able to use them as toddlers. Don’t forget you can also use them at the beach or pool.
These are just a few my favorite personalized baby items to give at Christmas. They are all great looking, practical and made with the highest quality materials. Don’t take my word for it see for yourself!