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Freezingwinter Thu 19-Nov-15 12:10:27

He will be almost 11 months actually at Christmas. He's our first baby and will possibly be walking by then, as he can already stand/climb/cruise very well. He already has a walker, and my mom has brought him a smart trike for christmas! Any ideas please? grin

Chillyegg Thu 19-Nov-15 12:11:44

Christmas themed clothes?

fusspot66 Thu 19-Nov-15 12:12:50

Dolly pushchair
The basic ones from elc are very portable too.

daisydalrymple Thu 19-Nov-15 23:17:13

Ds will be 14 months, but is dc3, so we already have wooden toddle truck with blocks, ELC whizz around garage, shape sorters, wooden postbox with letters (ELC - fab), click clack track etc. we're getting stuff down on Christmas eve, having told ds1 and dd repeatedly that santa likes to recycle (half of ELC in the loft...)

Off santa he's having the tomy hide and squeak eggs, a Paddington bear dressing gown and Christmas set of that's not my... Books (santa, snowman, reindeer, donkey)

In his stocking (mainly for ds1 and dd's benefit grin) he has the zoo little pram book, thomas socks, Paddington cards, hungry caterpillar flannels and disney cd

dingalong Fri 20-Nov-15 00:17:49

My 9 month old has already started playing with his big brothers toot toot garage so I'm getting him some more from the range. My older DS played with it lots (he got it for Christmas (when he was 13 mths). I'd also say get some wooden blocks, shape sorters, musical instruments (shakers etc) bath toys

lottiegarbanzo Fri 20-Nov-15 00:31:41

Stacking cups! Simple but very effective and long-lasting.

janaus Fri 20-Nov-15 01:31:14

I have twin grandson and grand daughter, who will be 7 months old. I will be buying something for a bit older in age they can grow into. The boy, its like a car steering wheel with activities. And the girl, its a teapot and cups, that have activities and music.

MTWTFSS Fri 20-Nov-15 06:49:21

Vtech toot toot cars/vehicles?

eurochick Fri 20-Nov-15 07:07:20

Come That's Not My... books.

LetThereBeCupcakes Fri 20-Nov-15 07:15:24

My DS was 11 months for his first Christmas. We tried to buy bits he could grow into, as his birthday is so close to Christmas.

He Got:
Toot toot construction site
Wooden puzzles
ELC star links
Happy land figures
ELC toybox toys
A jug for the bath. 37p in wilko and the most used present!

He took ages to unwrap his presents as he played with everything as he opened it, we were still unwrapping 3 days later!

cantgonofurther Fri 20-Nov-15 08:06:16

My 10month old is getting clothes and small stocking as he is youngest so has lot's to play with.

He likes playing with
the little people garage
A ride on.
A xylophone
Thomas trains.
He is not really interested in his own baby toys.

missmargot Fri 20-Nov-15 14:53:49

DS was 11 months last Christmas and his favourite presents were:

- ELC wooden kitchen walker
- Tomy Hide and Squeak Eggs
- Duplo
- Lots of books but his favourites were the Pantone cardboard colour set and the "That's Not My" series

COYGL12 Fri 20-Nov-15 15:33:16

My daughter will be 1 on Christmas Eve! So were stumped for Christmas. Decided on a puppet theatre. Have asked people to buy her a puppet for it as an idea. Thought should last her years until eventually she can put on shows herself. She's mesmerised by puppets at 11 months, about the only time she sits still ;)

soloula Fri 20-Nov-15 19:07:21

DD1 loves the janod chunky wooden puzzles. She got her first one for her first birthday and still plays with it now, over a year later. She can do the puzzle in seconds but loves playing with the wooden figures.

SolsburyHell Fri 20-Nov-15 19:19:27

Toot toot stuff

missmargot Fri 20-Nov-15 19:42:58

soloula has reminded me of DS's absolute favourite toy which he still plays with every day- his Janod magnetic stacking rocket. All of the Janod toys seem fab actually, he loves their pull along wooden dog too.

TooManyMochas Fri 20-Nov-15 21:26:47

Both my DSs were / are going to be 11-12 months old at Christmas. For DS1 we found the following turned out to be good buys:

Simple colourful plastic tea set
Bag of megabloks
Any kind of baby-safe musical instruments
Simple wooden blocks. I still remember how excited we got when our PFB started building towers FOUR BLOCKS HIGH :-P
Elefun - an elephant that plays music and shoots balls out of its trunk. I think its Playskool?
Stacking / nesting toys / toys where something pops up when you whack a button
Big chunky toy cars (be warned, Toot Toot things NEVER SHUT UP!!! ELC do a nice plastic garage that is much quieter).

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