For infants, I think the best toys are simple. We all know theyâ€™d rather be banging a wooden spoon on a pot, than sitting in front of something that lights and sings to them.
So why not give the littlest ones in your lives something that they wonâ€™t only find amusement out of, but that they can discover as well!
Wooden Rocking Horse
Melissa & Doug Shape Sorter
Melissa & Doug Rainbow Stacker
Galt Pop Up Toy
Classic Toy Set
IÂ love this! It really is all the basic toys for a baby that’s ready to explore and be on the move.
Plan Toy Nuts & Bolts
Wonderworld Hexi Twist Squeeze Toy
Montessori Baby Toys (from PinkHouse Handworks)This is on my wishlist for our new baby. I’m really tempted to go ahead and order it, instead of waiting to see if the grandparent’s did!
Grasping Beads & Teether (from Goose Designs)
The Gobbi Mobile (from Goose Designs) I’d love to try to figure out how to make my own Gobbi mobile, but I’m not even quite sure where to begin.
Wooden Teething Toy (from Little Sapling Toys)
These teethers come in all different shapes–states, animals, and even ‘I love you’ in sign language!
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What a great collection. Funny, we have a lot of those toys 🙂
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