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post #21 of 23

my daughter is one now and i'm having a really hard time thinking of stocking stuffers as well! i like the practical idea because reading some of these things, makes me feel a little "uncomfortable" actually. my daughter can't have stickers because she will eat them, or crayons because she doesn't even know how to color and just chews on things so that is definitely not a good idea for her. i like the socks, maybe a new toothbrush, bath toys, etc. she likes zippers so i'm not sure what i could do with that but practical things would be perfect! (: great ideas ladies!

post #22 of 23

The things I can remember putting in were a large bouncy ball, bubbles and small instruments, crayons, finger paints, stickers.  You could maybe try a penny whistle, maybe a toy or old mobile phone if your child always likes to take yours like mine does.  This year my son is 2 and I've put this thing called a giggle ball in which would suitable and a kazoo.  

post #23 of 23

Yah last year DD has just turned 1 in Nov so we did practical.  She loved (still does) the organic baby food pouches so a few of those and she was a happy camper plus it was a quick breakfast! This year she's getting crayons (last year she would have eaten them) and piggy paint non toxic nail polish, definitely more of the fun stuff, but probably a pouch or two again!

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