Hi, sweet friends! The 2022 Holiday Gift Guides continue with the best gifts for baby’s first Christmas…
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‘My Very Own Nursery Rhymes’ Personalized Book | I’m a sucker for personalized gifts, especially for little ones. This book would be these sweetest keepsake gift for a new baby.
Gund My First Teddy | Bloomie’s sure knows how to brand, and this first teddy is perfect for the chicest baby on the block. (That was a joke. Kind of.)
Waterford Rocking Horse Ornament | For the fancy babies. Ha.
Santa Baby knit hat | Stop. This hat is adorable even without the little adorable baby in it.
Hanna Andersson hooded sweater jacket | Hanna Andersson is one of our go-to’s for quality pieces that can be handed down.
Sophie la Girafe new baby basket | There’s a reason Sophie has been around forever. All of my kids loved gnawing on her cute little self. This basket is such a great gift.
My First Christmas pajamas | That tush!
Shark bath set | That hooded towel gets me every time.
First Years silver photo frame | So special and something they’ll have forever to look back on and get all teary-eyed.
Handmade hot sauce rattle | Some babies like it hot…
Baby bowl and cup set | When in doubt, personalize.
UGG faux fur baby booties | Keep those tootsies toasty.
Michael Aram animals frame | This is a splurge and something that the parents probably wouldn’t purchase themselves. I love all things Michael Aram.
Light-Up quilted Christmas stocking | I love the old school look of these stockings.
Alpaca baby bonnet | I mean, is there anything cuter than a baby in a bonnet?
Wooden Christening keepsake block | Someone gifted this when our oldest was born. It still sits on her bookshelf in her room.
Petit Activity Cube | These little things actually keep babies busy! And aren’t ugly. It’s a win-win.
Tiny Love baby activity gym | Baby Gray had this and loved it! And I loved it because it wasn’t a huge eye sore in the middle of the family room.
Elephant rocker | Another toy that you won’t hate to see sitting in the nursery. 🙂