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91 Best Baby Shower Gift Ideas for Baby Boys 2019

Baby boys don’t exactly have preferences yet, so they won’t exactly shy away from gifts because it’s not of their favorite brand or franchise. Still, finding good gifts to give an unborn boy at his baby shower is no simple feat, and gifting them things that they’ll find little use for or be simply gathering dust on some forgotten corner will not do.

Compiled here is a list of some of the greatest baby shower gifts for a boy you can find on the internet. These are gifts he’ll be able to use and enjoy for a time beyond his time as a newborn, with some even proving useful until he’s a toddler. Whatever he can’t use anymore, he’ll be sure to cherish, and possibly even pass on to siblings or kids of his own.

1. Fisher-Price Kick & Play Piano
Musical development toys that play to the baby are all well and good, but what better way to instill the enjoyment of playing music in baby's head than to let him take an active part in it? This kick-toy by Fisher-Price lets the little Beethoven use his little toes to give the keys a little tinkle whenever he's feeling kicky. Colorful lights on the keyboard dance in time to the music he makes. Tie it to the crib, and watch him craft his next great opus with either hands, feet, or both.
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2. Robeez Super Sporty Lime Loafer
Brand new walking skills are best matched with some brand new kicks! Well, this pair won't quite be "brand new" if opened on the baby shower, since it'll be months before a baby learns to walk, but it's close enough. Incredibly soft and flexible, with a non-slip sole, this pair of baby loafers was made to assist the shakiest legs in carrying those tiny feet to greatness. The interior is also pretty roomy to allow for breathability, and Its flexibility lets it accommodate baby's feet even as it grows.
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3. LAMAZE Octotunes Musical Octopus
This chummy octopal is yet another friend that will introduce that baby boy to the wonders of music. Aside from being just extremely cuddly and colorful in general, each of its tentacles has a differently colored pad that plays a different note when pushed. That means this eight-tentacled pal has a whole octave of notes on him! As baby’s musical prowess develops, he’ll learn to press the pads in such a way that makes pretty melodies, marking his first steps on the path to becoming a great musician.
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4. Personalized Newborn Swaddle
Newborns can tend to miss the snug, tight (if somewhat cramped) and comfy feeling of their old room – mommy’s womb – which is why swaddles such as this one were invented. Woven with incredibly soft and flexible cotton, this swaddle is breathable and tightly cozy while not being at all constricting. Apart from that, it’s also got a beautifully lettered print of his name on the exterior of the swaddle, just in case Mom and Dad might forget who it is they’re swaddling.
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5. Personalized My Alphabet Pillow
With this big comfy alphabet pillow, that baby boy can learn some ABCs while catching some serious Z's. It comes personalized with a fun storybook illustration that corresponds to the beginning initial of the baby boy's name, as well as his name printed on the front. The back is filled with baby's full name, along with date and place of birth, and other birth info.
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6. Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Musical Toy
Containing seven different melodies, this baby version of an iPod can take that tiny tot into a world of music beyond his yet undeveloped imagining, and will probably spark something in him that will turn him into a musical maestro in the future. It's perfectly sized for babies from 3 months old to toddlers three years old to grasp and features volume control to keep disturbances to a minimum. On top of that, it's also a mighty fine teether!
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7. Manhattan Toy Winkel Rattle And Sensory Teether
This wacky, loopy looking teether isn't just a weird sight. Its entangled hoop design makes it easy to grip and develops baby's hand-eye coordination with all of the ways he can grasp at it. The hoops, all center on a cube, serves as a rattle when the teether is shaken. The plastic is completely BPA-free and can withstand the heaviest use from the sorest baby gums.
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8. Baby Bandana Drool Bibs
Bandanas are one of the most stereotypically boyish clothing articles ever conceived. That’s why giving it to a baby boy to serve as a bib can be a point of both cuteness and comic relief. This set by Dodo Babies comes with four stylish snap-buttoned bandana bibs that are super absorbent while being eye-catching and fashionable. The set also comes with a pacifier holder, pacifier clips, and a little gift bag to hold it all together.
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9. VTech Tummy Time Discovery Pillow
This fun-loving giraffe pillow will give baby's little tum some very welcome support when he's lying on his stomach. Its U-shape makes it effective for building baby's shoulder and neck strength. It can even be wrapped around the baby's waist to help him balance when he's learning to sit up on his own for the first time. The Tummy Time Discovery Giraffe also brings along his other animal friends, such as an elephant rattle, a hippo mirror, and a baby giraffe piano. Together they make up a great multisensory toy that can teach baby about shapes, animals, colors, and sounds.
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10. Fisher-Price Rainforest Jumperoo
Endless excitement is in store for the little tot who finds himself plopped on this bouncy play station. Loaded to full with baby toys like spinners, clackers, and a whole bunch of other stuff, the Rainforest Jumperoo will let baby bounce to his heart’s content, and even entertain him with the mounted toys in case he gets bored of even that eventually. Not to mention, it lets parents take baby off of their hands without him getting bored and bawling again, so you’ll be doing them a favor with this gift, too!
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11. Stick’NSnap 16 Baby Monthly Necktie Onesie Stickers
Spice up those monthly baby updates posted online or sent to relatives with these adorable little tie stickers that commemorate everything from birth to one year old, along with every event in between. There are also ties for baby's first smile, baby's first unaided stand, and even baby's first full, uninterrupted night of sleep — a stylish touch for when Mom and Dad are sharing their little man to the world.
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12. Truedays Large Swaddle
This baby swaddle is large enough to encase a newborn with space to spare – it's almost like a sleeping bag – setting it apart from the snug but sometimes constricting swaddle blankets out there. This one lets the baby have a bit of freedom of movement and breathability while still being warm and snuggly, and its generous space makes it suitable even for babies up to 12 months old.
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13. Comotomo Baby Bottles
This premium pair of baby bottles by Comotomo are designed from the nipple down to feel as close to actual breastfeeding as possible, quickly getting baby accustomed to drinking milk from a bottle. The nipples are made of food-grade silicone, and wide enough to make cleaning incredibly easy. The nipple also has two anti-colic vents. The bottle itself is made of flexible material, and the whole thing is completely microwaved safe, although it's best not to let it exceed the boiling point.
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14. Little Me Boys’ 2-Piece Footie & Cap Set
This striped footie and cap will not only keep that baby boy comfortably clothed and warm – it'll make him look cute as a button while doing so! This utterly darling footie is front-buttoned and 100% cotton like the hat, making it cozy yet breathable. Nothing but high praise for this product by Little Me, given its fantastic fabric and affordable price.
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15. Twinkletoes Cute Quotes Baby Socks
These clever (and sometimes a teensy bit cheeky) quote socks serve as pretty useful nonverbal communicators for the baby that you know is going to come out a smart aleck. Better start him off early with what he's good at, right? Joking aside, this 4-pack of non-irritating cotton sock pairs make for amusing novelty items, except these novelty items are useful too.
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16. Mommy And Me Matching Shirts
Calling a baby a mama’s boy right off the bat can be a little redundant (who else is the little guy going to cling to?) and sometimes approaching offensive, but this pair of matching outfits for both mom and baby can sprinkle a bit of ironic detachment to that little concept. There are both long sleeved and short sleeved options for both the mom shirt and the baby onesie, onesies for both newborns and babies that are a little older, and toddler shirts as well.
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17. Baby Aspen Shark 4 Piece Beach Gift Set
All wrapped up in a canvas tote bag, this ocean-themed bath set comes with a hooded towel with the awesome visage of a grinning shark printed on it. If that wasn’t enough to sell you on this set, it also comes with a navy blue pair of swim trunks, decorated with little fishes swimming among waves; as well as a coral sun hat with a crab on top of it. Perfect for baby’s first swim outing, even though that may be a bit far from the future given that it’s only the baby shower. Still, when the ocean calls, it’s best to be ready.
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18. SmartNogginNogginStik Developmental Light-up Rattle
Enhance that kid's ability to come up with bright ideas even while he's still drooling in his crib, with this bright lightbulb of a rattle. Aside from being a regular rattle with a funny face on it, the NogginStik catches baby's attention and makes something magical from it, by letting him make the connection between bopping and shaking the rattle to make the light change colors. Cause and effect are one of the most important mental tricks for young'uns to develop, and making it happen as soon as possible can bring nothing but good. It also makes babies' cries stop like that, so there’s that, too.
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19. Personalized Baby Bathrobe
You know you've made it in life when your bathrobe is made of premium fabric, with aesthetically pleasing trimmings and custom-embroidered with your gleaming initials. Give that baby that experience at a young age with this personalized bath robe. Aside from the option of monogram/initials embroidery and animal patches, you can also choose actual animal-themed robes, with their characteristic ears on the hood.
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20. GUND My First Sports Bag
This baby-sized duffel bag is filled with four plushies shaped like balls from four iconic sports. Any sports fan parents would love to watch their kid play with these things. It’s also a great way for them to determine which sport their kid likes best by observing which plushie he likes to gnaw on the most. Or maybe he’ll have them all as his favorite, and prove to be capable of mastering all four sports in the future.
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21. “The Adventures Of” Storybook-themed Print
Lots of little ones would want nothing more than to star in their storybook adventure, which is what this amusing framed print satisfies somewhat. While he won't be going out riding steeds and sailing the seas anytime soon, he can stare at this print and dream of all the adventures he'll be having when he's old enough to go out and about on his own.
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22. Oball Kids Shaker Toy
This dumbbell-shaped rattle is an interesting take on an old formula: it’s a traditional double-headed rattle shape, but all the rattle beads are kept in the handle, and the heads are Oballs made of flexible material that double as teething aids. The central rattle is textured and clear, so the baby can see all the colorful beads inside doing their rattley work. Cleaning is as simple as wiping it clean with a damp cloth because immersing it in water isn't advised.
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23. Personalized Wooden Memory Box
All of baby's keepsakes and mementos will be safely sealed inside this well-constructed memory box. The cover comes printed with his name, birth date, and a quote that says "little moments create big memories," as well as a blue teddy bear embossing. While he'll certainly be making memories with items great and small, it'll still be great to keep what you can, and this memory box is one of the best places to put them.
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24. LAMAZE - Rainbow Stacking Rings
Hand-eye coordination aids are all the rage when it comes to baby toys, and that’s not without good reason. Developing good hand-eye coordination as early in life as possible is suggested to lead to deft, dexterous fingers in the future, and if you want that little tyke to be handy with tools around the house or train him up to be a musical maestro, hand agility is an invaluable thing. These rainbow stacking rings are purpose-built to help baby develop just that.
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25. Custom Text Baby Bib
This blue-trimmed white bib has a classic look about it that gives it a pleasant air of familiarity. What’s great about this gift is that you can get any amount of text that can fit within the area of the bib for the same price, whether it be baby’s name, birthdate, and other biometrics; or just a cute, clever quote in large typeface. It’s also snap-closure for easy putting on.
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26. Child to Cherish Ceramic Polka Dot Piggy Bank
Never too early to start teaching baby the basics of finance management! This glazed dolomite piggy bank with white polka dots fits right into a baby blue baby room. Though baby has a ways to go before he gets anything to fill it with the outside of pocket lint from his front-pocketed onesies, it'll still serve as a good-looking ornament to make his room look a bit less bare.
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27. Personalized Name Puzzle
Wooden puzzles like these have always been staples in almost every baby's toy box because they're great teachers of spatial reasoning. With the custom name puzzle, it's also a great way to teach the baby how his name's spelled, even before he finds out what letters are. Always nice to learn something new. This puzzle is entirely hand-carved and features colorful wooden pieces, with eight individual shape pieces apart from baby's custom name puzzle.
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28. Personalized Cap and Clothes Set
"New to the crew," the onesie says, to let everyone the rest of the family know that the little babbling guy is new, and to cut him some slack because he might not know how things are done yet. Soon enough he'll find out that excessive crying and needing nappy changes are somewhat frowned upon. But for now, he'll wear this onesie, as well as the adorable pair of baby shorts and the personalized beanie that come with it.
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29. Personalized Stuffed Dragon Baby Comforter
This soft little dragon, twisted appendages and all, were made with the baby who loves to put things in his mouth in mind. Made entirely of natural, hypoallergenic cotton fabrics and with baby’s name embroidered on its chest, this polyfill-stuffed dragon doll was made to be his boon companion from hugging to gnawing, and its patient reptilian face shows that it’s ready to step up to the challenge.
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30. Photo Frame With Custom Quote
This 4”x6” white photo frame is set in a wooden plaque that contains a special quote from the gift-giver. Customers have their pick from upwards of 100 famous quotes and lines from songs and poems about little boys when choosing which to put on the frame. This makes for a special and memorable way to frame up a particularly endearing photo of baby, preferably including the people who love him the most (and if possible, the person who gave the gift, if there’s room, of course).
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31. Custom Stuffed Animal
Baby's name set against a monogram background of a custom typeface adorns this soft elephant friend's left ear, while further info surrounding baby's birth is written on its right. It is certainly happy to be flapping its ears open to display that information to you, too. This stuffed pal isn't just a hug buddy. It also makes for a nice, functional room ornament thanks to the text printed on his ear – possibly even one that baby will treasure and keep around even as he's grown up.
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32. Gray Arrows Baby Double Minky
What could be better than a minky blanket? A double minky blanket! This wraparound blanket encases baby in a comfy cocoon of two layers of minky, soothing his delicate skin and making him sleep as deeply and soundly as never before. The gray-colored exterior of the blanket is printed with a series of white arrows, giving it an aesthetically pleasing look that’s just a step above minimalist but still manages to give it a pleasing look without looking too plain.
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33. Personalized Baby Box
Store all of baby's knickknacks and doodads within this deep and generously spaced baby blue wooden box. It's strong and sturdy enough to withstand a lot more than a clumsy kick from a well-meaning daddy or mommy just trying to set things straight around the baby room, or a fall from a high shelf. It comes hand-painted with baby's name, a couple of little paintings like a baby's face, feet, and a ball, as well as a few phrases on the back like "little man" or "it's a boy."
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34. Round Nursery Wall Art
This incredibly good-looking wall art can serve as either room décor or a door sign, but regardless of which side of the door it’s put on, it’ll vastly improve the aesthetic appeal of the room. The circular frame is 11 to 14 inches in diameter, and you can add any two names, with the second written as a subheading to the other. The typefaces for the two names are also immensely attractive, and look good next to the pictures of mountains that rise from the bottom left part of the circle.
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35. Little Boy's Personalized Speedster Book
If there's one thing that almost always appears the most in the list of little ones' dream jobs, it's racecar driver (try answering that if you've ever entered into Family Feud and this question comes on). Make that little guy's dreams come true, though he might still think of a stroller as speedy, by gifting him this custom race car driver storybook. It tells the story of one humble race car driver's average day, and that race car driver is him.
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36. Lovehearts Personalized Baby Comforter
Woven from two layers of the softest fleece, this baby comforter does its job no matter which side you lie baby on. Buyers have a choice between white bubble or white heart pattern fleece on one side. The other side is blue fleece patterned with white hearts. Great for laying onto strollers, car seats, or wherever else a baby needs setting down on.
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37. Monogrammed Baby Gown
This fashionable, collared baby gown has baby’s monogrammed initials on the left breast pocket, with an option of having them arranged in either a fishtail pattern or a circular one. Customers also have the option to choose the font face and the color of the gown (green, light blue, white, or charcoal grey). Works brilliantly for a newborn’s coming home attire, especially since it’ll look great in all the pictures thanks to its semi-formal-esque style.
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38. Personalized Baby Block
Think babies, and you immediately think baby blocks. That's why this personalized baby block makes for such a terrific gift for the baby boy of the shower. Hand-milled and hand-carved, the block bears the baby's name, day and place of birth, and initial in one of those large serif letters that wooden baby blocks always have; each is occupying a face of the block.
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39. Burp the Baby Les Amis Set
This wonderful woodland-themed burp cloth set comes with two adorable burp cloths and a bib, each bearing a design featuring woodland critters lounging on the forest floor and sitting on tree branches. The burp cloths’ reverse sides feature a modern-looking geometric pattern, making it easy for parents to know which side is which. The bib is also backed in white chenille, giving it some extra absorbing power.
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40. Birth Announcement Book Pillow
Bookish parents would appreciate this book-shaped pillow that opens to show all of baby's birth information with excruciating detail, just like a real book! On the cover is printed baby's full name as well as that of his parents. This cute pillow can be made in red or blue and would be a great way to mark the beginnings of a total bookworm.
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41. Wooden Nursery Letters
These framed, handcrafted wooden letters will make fine additions to the baby room, truly marking the place as his. These letters, available in either 6"x8" or 8"x10", are made of Baltic Birch wood, meaning that they'll stand up to quite a bit of force before deforming. Font and frame design are entirely customizable. Price does go up per letter, as it would, but bows and sawtooth hangers for putting these up are included in the purchase. If that doesn't sound ideal, they still look great leaning against the wall on top of a shelf.
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42. Kakalu Assorted Non-Skid Baby Socks
Babies are going to be zipping around the house sooner or later with newfound grace (or lack thereof, but they’ll still be zipping). Minimize accidents by equipping them with these non-skid baby socks, helping him stay upright and perambulating on two legs like a champ. These socks are available in a muted greyscale color scheme or a much brighter one, though the more colorful set is more expensive.
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43. Fox Socks
Kids can be a foxy bunch sometimes, which makes this little number a fitting gift for such sly troublemakers. These darling little fox-themed socks will warm his naughty little feet like they were actual foxes hibernating in the winter. The soles of the socks have a paw print design, and at the mouth, it features an inquisitive fox's face that looks somewhat like it's plotting its next trick. The body of each sock is patterned throughout by something you'd find on the body of a fox. The whole thing does look like it's an actual fox, albeit with just one foot.
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44. Lucy Darling Baby’s First Year Memory Book: A Simple Book of Firsts
This small, quaint-looking, book is just waiting to be filled to bursting with all of that baby boy's precious memories. From his first hair that fell off to pictures of him conquering the monkey bars at the playground for the first time (with a lot of help from Dad, of course), whatever the story, this 48-page 9"x9" book will keep it in store for generations to come and laugh at how adorable baby was when he was still… well, a baby.
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45. Hape Country Critters Wooden Activity Play Cube
This toy cube with five playable sides comes jam-packed with fun and educational playthings on every side. There are all sorts of learning games and toys in this thing, including shape-sorting, maze-solving, and lots more. All parts are non-toxic, so there's no need to worry about baby swallowing something harmful when he gives the cube a little taste. There are small parts, though, so it's best to let him play with supervision at least 12 months old.
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46. VTech Drop and Go Dump Truck
Dump truck toys and little boys are two things in this world that go hand in hand. If you're looking for a surefire gift that'll leave everyone pleased, the VTech Drop and Go Dump Truck is just that. Its three brightly colored balls rumble around in the back of the truck as it's pushed around, and the dumping mechanism requires deft hands, making the baby develop the motor skills required for the task. On top of that, this toy also makes a bunch of fun sounds and lights.
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47. Petit Lem Baby Footed Sleeper
This onesie is comfy enough to use for playing, sleeping, going out for some sun, and just about any baby activity in between. It features both snap- and zipper-closure, making it an easy clothing item to put on and take off – great for when baby needs a change of clothes in a cinch. This footie from Petit Lem has 19 different designs to choose from, all of them made from the same comfortable, machine-wash-friendly cotton.
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48. Bubzi Co White Noise Sound Machine
This adorable owl emits soothing sleep music instead of hooting. It's so good at what it does that even some adults have reported falling asleep listening to it, which would embarrass them in front of any rugrats they might have tried to put to sleep (assuming they didn't fall asleep to it right then as well). This wide-eyed bird of the night can sing 10 different tunes, with a 30-minute sleep timer for power economy.
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49. Sock Monkey Hooded Bath Robe
Get that baby chimp into a bathrobe before he freezes! This sock monkey-themed bathrobe and bath slippers set looks so cute and silly. It's a wonder if Mom and Dad won't at least flash a smile as they're drying baby off after a good bath. Another item made out of 100% cotton, this bathrobe, as well as the slippers, are soft, flexible, and absorbent, and can stay in service drying baby off until he's as old as nine months old.
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50. BirdRock Baby Fleece Booties
Babies deserve nothing less but the softest, smoothest fabric for their delicate skin, from their baby caps right down to their baby shoes. BirdRock's Baby Fleece Booties doesn't disappoint in that department at all, with its three-snap-closure + elastic ankle band design and interior lined with 100% cotton for maximum comfort. Not only that: some of the proceeds go to charity as well.
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51. The Wonderful Things You Will Be
Everyone needs words of encouragement to grow like a plant needs sunlight. All the better if you could give someone a whole storybook of encouragement! This beautiful storybook by Emily Martin promises baby all of the things he could be if only he reach out and grasp it. Filled with well-drawn illustrations that are equal parts cute and funny, The Wonderful Things You Will Be is a great book to read to baby, letting him know at a young age that the world is his oyster.
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52. Edushape See-Me Sensory Balls
These easily grabbable spiked rubber balls are fantastic playthings for the baby boy who likes to play with things using his mouth as much as with his hands. This four-pack of colorful spiked balls have been a popular choice for baby toys thanks to them being safe to put in the mouth and the way they captivate babies so. The rubber spikes also make for great sensory development.
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53. Personalized Baseball Minky Blanket
Yet another minky blanket, but this one comes with a special twist, to the tune of America’s favorite pastime. This adorable blanket is a brilliant baby shower gift for boys with parents who watch every inning at the edge of their seats. Made from 100% baby-safe polyester, this 27" blanket bears baby's name on the front along with the baseball-stitch design, which is a crisp baby blue on the B-side.
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54. HABA Ring Around Clutching Toy
The HABA Ring Around is a set of rainbow rings that are looped around a bigger wooden ring. The smaller, more colorful rings move around freely along the bigger one, making it look like a key ring of sorts, and give it a rattle effect. Manipulating the colorful rings also helps develop fine motor skills. The wood is also smooth and non-toxic, making it a fantastic teething toy as well. The Ring Around is essentially a teether, rattle, and clutching toy all rolled in one simple and inexpensive package.
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55. Oball Rollin’ Rainstick Rattle
Another terrific grasping and clutching toy, this plastic ball has 30 finger holes of varying sizes, making for lots of ways to grasp it; and teaches the baby a thing or two about how to use those little hands of his to clutch things in, too. Along the center of the sphere is set a long rainstick cylinder filled with colorful beads that make that calming sound of falling rain just like the real thing. Plus, its mesh design makes it incredibly sturdy, so it can handle a lot more than an over-eager baby throwing it against the baby room wall!
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56. Green Toys My First Stacker
This stacking puzzle doesn't rely on a restrictive center post, so it's a lot more lightweight and safer than most of its kind. It's made even more special by being capable of being stacked even if it isn't in the correct order. So long as the peg is fitted in the slot, the piece stays on. Great for teaching the baby how to use fine motor skills to complete a task; one that's forgiving enough to make completion, and subsequently gawking in awe at what he's created, a whole lot easier.
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57. Skip Hop Farmstand Grow & Play Activity Gym
This play mat unfolds like a pop-up book to reveal two long overlapping arches that meet at the center, from which a bunch of veggies- and fruit-themed plushies hang. The mat is also printed in the style of a lush farm with fresh produce, happily growing alongside animals and numbers. The mat also has a baby-safe mirror, a pocket for the friendly plush carrot, and crinkly peek-a-boo leaves that pop up along with the arches.
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58. Hand-stamped Baby Spoons
Babies' delicate gums deserve nothing but the gentlest materials to come into contact with them, and these BPA-free silicon spoons with stainless steel handles fill that criterion. Hand-sanded and hand-stamped with baby's name, these spoons stand out with a smooth satin finish that gives them a more than pleasant appearance. They're made especially cool by the fact that the silicone changes color to white when the food put in it is too hot, saving his poor gums from a nasty scalding.
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59. Tweed Stay-On Baby Booties
You've heard of stay-on booties that hang on to baby's wobbly ankles no matter what, and are grippy enough to help him avoid the worst slips and slides, but have you ever considered one in fashionable gun club tweed fabric? This pair, woven in a pleasant combination of color stripes and has a blue corduroy sole. Baby's little feet are pampered on the inside by a white fleece lining. This pair of booties also doesn't have any buttons or small parts of the sort, eliminating any potential choking hazards from it.
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60. Munchkin Mozart Magic Cube
Seeking to sow a musical spark in the mind of that little tyke? This nifty gadget of a toy will give you all you need and more. With five instrument sound buttons and an orchestra button to fill the six sides, that baby need only press whichever buttons he wishes to recreate eight of Mozart's masterpieces. Just that and the cube will take care of the timing and everything. Press the orchestra button, and the cube will play the composition in its full glory for him. That ought to instill in him that pretty sounds combine with other pretty sounds to make pretty music.
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61. Infantino Discover and Play Activity Mirror
This domed travel mirror set against the back of a cheerful turtle's shell, serving as a pleasant frame for when baby wants to enjoy himself by looking at his reflection. It does sound a little mundane, but self-recognition is one of the markers of cognitive development, and the sooner baby crosses that milestone, the better. Plus he'll get a kick out of an experience that's new to him, too. Dangling from the mirror are two equally cheerful stuffed animal friends to give baby even more company. It's got attachment straps and an easel back for easy hanging or mounting on any surface.
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62. Manhattan Toy Wimmer-Ferguson Infant Stim-Mobile
Stimulation is a vital part of a baby's mental growth, and that's one reason baby mobiles are such a popular crib implement. This one by Wimmer-Ferguson holds high contrast images and colors, to better enhance the development of his eyes.

The mobile holds eight cards, with some more in reserve, and all of them are completely interchangeable to change up what the baby sees from time to time. The cards are also labeled by age to guide parents on which to put up on the mobile to optimize development. The mobile also has an adjustable suspension cord to increase the distance from the baby's face as his eyes develop to see farther.
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63. Baby Tree Blocks
Sometimes it's best to go back to basics, even with baby toys. These tree-themed wooden blocks are a good example of a classic baby toy you can never go wrong with, with its simplistic but effective design that never seems to fail to entertain and elicit a smile from babies who stack them together and knock them down. Smoothly sanded to be splinter-free, this set of blocks is completely safe to be touched by baby's delicate hands, and large enough to not be a choking hazard.
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64. The First Years Stack Up Cups
This set of 8 brightly colored stacking cups would be a joy to play for the ever curious baby boy. Each one in the set is larger than the set, letting baby stack them together by fitting them into one another or like a house of cards. Of course, first he’ll just be hitting them together or banging them against the crib, but as he gets older and wiser he’ll devise new and fun ways to stack them together… and then knock them down. Each cup has a large number of embossed on the bottom part for teaching numbers and counting.
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65. Personalized Navy Plaid Checkered Burp Cloth and Pacifier Clip
This checkered bow-tied pacifier clip and burp cloth have an old-timey gentleman feel to it, helped along by the embroidered serif monogram on both burp cloth and bow. Aside from the stylish navy blue it comes with by default, customers have a choice of other thread colors, as well as the font to be used for the monogram if the serif font doesn’t strike your fancy.
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66. Nuby Ice Gel Teether Keys
Babies are fond of jingling keys, but letting them fall into their tiny hands for them to gnaw on is ill-advised as well. Let the little guy chew on these teether keys instead. They're made of a material that doesn't get frigid when frozen as to make chewing on them uncomfortable, and each key has a different surface texture for different tooth eruptions, with two textures to each key.
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67. Fat Brain Toys Dimpl
This innovative toy takes the joy of popping bubble wrap and turns it into an attention-grabbing (and keeping!) toy for babies. Each of the colorful, differently sized dimples can be pushed, popped, poked, and grabbed, making them a medley of fun tactile sensations. It’s a simple concept, but it’s effective and captivating, and a brilliant enhancer of fine motor skills and cause-and-effect establishment.
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68. Munchkin Float and Play Bubbles Bath Toy
Wouldn't want baby's first bath to be too lonely, would we? Go the extra mile and instead of a boring old rubber duck, give baby some company he won't ever be bored with. These four bubbles, two animal friends and two colorful rattles, spin around the whirling waters of the bathtub to swim circles around the baby as he giggles in delight. If anything's going to keep that hyperactive little troublemaker in the bath, it's these bath buddies right here.
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69. Mustachifier
Infuse some manliness into that little guy right off the bat with these mustachioed hirsute pacifiers. Aside from bringing some much-needed calm when the baby starts bawling, it’ll also inspire some much-needed laughter in the no doubt stressed-out parents once they slap these mustaches onto baby’s mouth to replace the milk mustache that’s already there.
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70. Vibrating Guitar Grasp Toy
Looking to train up a regular rockstar from the crib to the stage? Putting this vibrating guitar-shaped grasp toy in his hands is a great way to start. This entire plush guitar has a medley of shapes and textures that baby will love to get under his paws, and they're all entirely baby-safe, so there's no need to worry about the odd tuning peg hitting the baby in the nose when he's too rough with it. The main event is the vibrating action that triggers when its cord is pulled. He'll enjoy shredding it on this ax on his next gig at crib stadium.
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71. Skip Hop Bandana Buddies Stroller Teething Toy
This multisensory toy is just about all you can ever want from a stroller toy, and then some. It’s a multi-textured dog plushie, a teether, a rattle all in one, and it can hang from a stroller to keep baby entertained when the long walks at the park with Mom get a little boring. The soft bandana teether can detach from the larger toy for Mom to wear around her wrist, so the baby doesn't need the whole toy if he needs access to an emergency teething aid.
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72. Sassy Wonder Wheel Activity Center
This whirly-dirly wonder wheel's main objective is to help baby's visual tracking and motor skills grow. It is done by encouraging baby to use his hands and eyes in conjunction to make the tricolored wheel spin and make the beads within go nuts while the green, cyan, and yellow parts blend in a pretty mix of colors. It's got a sticky suction cup for attaching to any surface, and the stem that the wheel's mounted on has even got clacker rings.
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73. Munchkin Wind Up Swimming Penguin Bath Toy
What's better than bath toys keeping baby company while Mom gives him a little scrub-a-dub-dub? One that swims right along with him, of course! This nimble penguin needs a short wind up and off he goes speeding all along with the bathtub, making babies who have a bit of beef with water to forget it for a bit. Not to mention, he'll probably try to catch the speedy swimmer in his hand, and that builds up hand-eye coordination some too.
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74. Nuby Silicone Teethe-eezTeether with Bristles
Teething has never been simpler, or eez-ier! This 100% food-grade silicone teether is shaped and sized just right for little ones to hold onto themselves. It's got multiple teething surfaces for all kinds of new tooth eruptions, and it also includes a carrying case for clean stowing when the baby's not feeling like gnawing on anything to soothe his toothache.
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75. VTech Rhyme and Discover Book
Thinking of starting the young lad's literary training early with a spot of poetry? This interactive nursery rhyme book from VTech is the way to go. Featuring seven popular musical nursery rhymes, four movable book pieces, and three light-up animal tabs, he'll be engaged and learning them by heart in no time at all. If this is read to him every night, chances are he'll be an enlightened nursery rhyme aficionado by the time he reaches Pre-K.
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76. Fisher-Price Rattle ‘n Rock Maracas
What’s better than one rattle? Two! These colorful toy maracas are topped with brightly patterned pom-poms instead of shakers, and the real rattles are three beads in the pommels of the handles. He’ll get a kick out of shaking these rattles around, maybe even to the point of tiring himself out. If that’ll be the case, then it’ll mean a great workout for his motor skills.
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77. Skip Hop Silver Lining Cloud Rattle Moon Stroller Toy
This soft baby toy is filled with diverse patterns and textures, and even lets out an occasional sound or two. Baby’s tiny hands will be completely occupied by the Skip Hop, with all of its rattling, crinkling, ring-grasping, and soft squishing. The colorful bandana teether also detaches for wearing. The whole thing is PVC- and Phthalate-free, so you don’t have to worry about baby using all of the other parts of it as a teether, either!
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78. VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker
Leave it to VTech to transform even baby walkers into something educational. The Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker comes jam-packed with fun learning tools, such as a music system with five piano keys and 70+ sing-along songs, as well as spinning rollers, shape sorting puzzles, light-up buttons, and animal sound buttons. The wheels work well on level ground or carpeted floors, and baby can use the walker to prop himself up as he learns to walk, and then plop back down and go nuts with all the enjoyment it has to offer.
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79. Elephant Booties
Got a thing for gentle giant pachyderms, and have a feeling that baby won’t think they’re half bad either? These darling little elephant booties would make for a brilliant bonding gift between elephant enthusiasts. Made of natural wool, hand-dyed, spun and felted, these trunktastic booties will keep baby’s feet warm when he’s trudging along on the savannah, but it works great with walks on the front lawn, too.
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80. Organic Cotton Teethers Veggie Crate
Straight from the organic cotton teether farm, this medley of amazing veggies not only helps baby with his teething problems but also establishes a positive association with the veggies that these plushies are fashioned after. The power of suggestion can be a strong tool in instilling good dietary preferences, and the subtle positivity that these teething friends can instill into him can provide that nicely.
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81. Galt Toys Playnest and Gym
This comfy donut-shaped inflatable cushion comes together with a triangular arch to form a multisensory playnest environment, filled with textures, sounds, and interesting sights in the form of a farm scene on the cushion and bursts of color here and there and everywhere. The five hanging toys can be rearranged to provide some variation in the environment. This entire playnest is a whole smorgasbord of sensory development, making the title “gym” appropriate.
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82. Manhattan Toys Baby Whoozit
Think baby might need a bit more stimulation? How does seven sunrays' worth sound? The Whoozit Baby Activity Toy is covered top to bottom with contrasting graphics like checkers, stripes, and dots, to develop baby's pattern recognition better. It's also got a bunch of hidden noisemakers, adding some auditory stimulation on top of the visual part. It can also be mounted on carriers and strollers with the included strap.
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83. Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack and 1st Blocks Bundle
Bundled together in this powerhouse of a gift are two classic baby toys that you cannot go wrong with if you tried. A ring-stacking toy and a block-sorting toy, whose blocks can also be stacked. The sheer prevalence of these toys in just about every playroom, at home and Pre-K, and how long they've been in use speaks to the potency of these amazing toys. It's a no-nonsense, solid gift choice.
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84. Vtech Move and Crawl Ball
This electronic self-rolling ball will send baby boys rolling right along with them soon as they’ve developed the balance for it. After even the slightest nudge, the Move and Crawl Ball will wiggle itself this way and wobble itself that, all the while encouraging baby to use all of his locomotor skills to go after it.

Once he grabs hold of the ball, he’ll have a ball (pun intended) with all of the buttons to push in and sounds to come out of it. This playful little plaything has 40 sounds, including sing-along songs, animal sounds, phrases, and sound effects, all with built-in volume control to boot.
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85. Tiny Love Meadow Days Super Play Mat
Far from your average everyday play mat, the Meadow Days Super Play Mat is worthy of the "super" in its name by having something special tucked away in each of its twelve padded panels. Surprises ranging from interesting textures or flaps that open and close will train up baby's senses and motor skills. There are even a detachable mirror and a teething ring. The broad mat has enough room for the fussiest of tykes, and everything in it will keep him occupied for hours.
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86. Lamaze Clutch Cube
Yet another sensory stimulator, the Lamaze Clutch Cube condenses all of its special stimulants into a compact cubic package. Covered with colorful animal pictures, and greyscale and colored patterns stimulate visual reception, and the various textures of the different fabrics to a side stimulate tactile reception. Upon shaking it makes more than one sound, adding to its auditory stimulation. The plastic rings on it are made for teething. It's even apple-scented, so it stimulates the baby's sense of smell as well.
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87. Baby Einstein Discovering Music Activity Table
This three-legged table is chock full of learning activities for curious baby boys. Mounted on the table surface are five piano keys that pronounce words in three languages and play classical melodies, and littered throughout the rest of it are buttons, switches, and balls for the ever-fidgeting baby who needs something to mess with.

The table legs are strong enough to support baby while he leans on it, making it a useful aid for when he’s finding his balance, too. The legs can be detached to set the surface on the floor, for sit-down and tummy time fun.
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88. Forest Friends Stroller Toys
These woodland critters will keep the baby company as he's being strolled around on a perambulator. While real life might not be full of fabled animals who can walk and talk just like humans do, these Forest Friends are still brilliant substitutes. Hang the fruit-bearing skunk and squirrel from the stroller canopy and let baby grasp at them when he's bored from strolling around or hang it up somewhere in reach of his car seat or crib rails for some easy-access fun.
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89. Hip Kids Sunglasses
Every man has a pair of trusty sunglasses, and that little man shouldn’t be any different. Equal parts cool and adorable, the Hip Kids Sunglasses protect baby from the sun and supplies him with all the coolness he needs to get by in a not-nearly-as-cool world. With its retro round shape and keyhole bridge, baby’s sure to get some approving looks from ladies and gents with discerning taste when he’s out and about wearing this eyepiece.
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90. Silly Sloth Bucket Bib
Baby might eat slow, but the stains he makes while doing so happen hard and fast. Prevent a splotchy accident by gifting him this Silly Sloth Bucket Bib, which is completely plastic-free and nontoxic. The sturdy silicone bib has adjustable straps for babies of every size, and the sloth buddy on the front will catch any edibles dropped during feeding in his long arms, slow as they may be. The material is so baby-safe and hygienic that any spills can be picked up and eaten again, reducing food wastage.
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91. Manhattan Toys Wimmer-Ferguson Mind-Shapes
The foremost thing that this set of shapes will provide to baby is a sense of 3D spatial reasoning and shape recognition. Though blocks do provide some of that, having a large enough representation of the different shapes in his hand to turn around and play with is a lot more effective. Not only that, the Mind-Shapes develop color recognition by contrasting solid color with patterns and black-and-white pictures. Each shape also has varied textures, and they all sound different when shaken too.
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