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Babys 1st Christmas

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janaus Sat 21-Nov-15 12:07:45

Boy / girl twins, will be nearly 8 months.

Any ideas please

Crazypetlady Sat 21-Nov-15 15:07:44

So far I have got ds he will be 6 months not far of 7.

Stacking cups
Push along trike
Bouncey bike giraffe thing
toy assortment
weaning plates

it is a lot but I am getting things in older ages like the trike and giraffe bike because I have more money this year I am making sure he doesn't go without when my mat pay stops

ChristmasZombie Sat 21-Nov-15 16:29:28

I'll have a 7 month old celebrating her first Christmas :Santa:
She's having:
Vtech Cody Smart Cub
A wooden sign for her bedroom door
and some bits and pieces in her stocking (including a 1St Christmas teddy, a tumbling giraffe, and a pink nightlight)

She's my second DD, so she really doesn't need much as she'll inherit so many toys from her big sister.

cravingcake Sat 21-Nov-15 19:43:50

Not something for baby but an idea I did for DS on his first Christmas was to buy a bottle of whiskey for Daddy from DS (repeated for DD a couple years later) and put a poem or letter with it explains that the bottle is special and only to be opened on DS's 18th birthday for DS and Daddy to have a drink together.

daisydalrymple Sat 21-Nov-15 20:04:21

Tomy hide and squeak eggs. Brilliant.
Dc3 plays repeatedly with the stacking cups already mentioned, as did dcs 1&2.
Couple of wooden jigsaws, with the shapes cut out and the little handle on top to help them place thrm.
Shape sorters.
We have a lovely elc wooden letter box with a little door and six letters to post. Dd absolutely loved it and it's being recycled for ds2 for Christmas.
That's not my.... Books. I got a set of four Christmas ones on ebay (santa, reindeer, snowman, donkey)

unlimiteddilutingjuice Sun 22-Nov-15 08:08:27

I secound hide and sqeak eggs. If Dd hadnt already inherited some from Ds Id be buying this.

As it is shes getting ELC Sensory Discovery Balls.

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