Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Baby Gifts for New Parents
- Indigo Night prints combine science and art to make beautiful, meaningful gifts for any occasion. Give the company any date, time, and location, and they will produce a night sky scene, complete with the correct positioning of the moon, stars and planets. You can add your own quote, or choose one from scripture or literature. This is a great keepsake for parents to commemorate the date of their child's birth in a unique way.
- Personalized Poetry and Art. If you know the name of the baby, you can have poetry, acrostics, and name meaning plaques made as gifts. These types of gifts have been around for years, but are making a comeback now thanks to a renewed interest in genealogy, and name origins. The color scheme and design of the plaque can reflect the origin of the name, for example an African or Celtic motif. The styles range from simple to ornate, and are usually framed or ready-to-frame.
New and Trendy
- My Little Seat Travel High Chair is a cool and convenient baby restraint that looks like a cross between a baby sling and a couch cushion. It features a 5-point harness that attaches baby comfortably and securely to most any chair. It comes in several eye-catching colors of durable, machine washable material.
- The Teethifier. The sleepless nights of the first few months with a newborn are barely over when teething time begins. New moms can find it difficult to impossible to soothe a baby who's miserable with the discomfort of teething. The Teethifier can help. This state-of-the-art pacifier is designed to reach baby's back teeth; the spot most traditional pacifiers miss. Its special shape is also better for the baby's developing gums and palate, so parents who normally disapprove of pacifiers might give the Teethifier a fair chance.