by Clh1989October 5, 2012 at 9:12 PMMy daughter will be 9 months this Christmas too! We are getting her the sit to stand learning walker. http://www.amazon.com/VTech-80-077000-Vtech-Sit-to-Stand-Learning/dp/B000NZQ010/ref=sr_1_1?s=baby-products&ie=UTF8&qid=1349485558&sr=1-1 my son had it about that age and pushed it all over the house, it was a hit!!! I'm hoping she likes it as much too.
Im not sure what else but I know we are getting her a baby doll. Her stocking will have some bath toys, headbands, and some small toys.
by ladodgerOctober 6, 2012 at 4:50 PMI live the idea for bath toys!!!!! Hadn't gotten to thinking about her stocking yet!!!!
by eykelleyOctober 6, 2012 at 4:58 PMMy dd will b 4 months. Lol. I'm getting her some little toys, the little Einstein bouncer, her high chair (we might get that b4 Xmas), clothes, shoes, bath toys, a my first babydoll, bows (I make the flower headbands so, some of those for sure!) and the new Fisher Price Disney toys. :D we're going to Disneyland in Feb so, we're trying not to over do Xmas too much lol!! Haha
October 6, 2012 at 5:01 PMWe got my daughter one of these her first Christmas.
shes 2 1/2 now and she has loved it everyday for the past 2 years.
by TheRyan6October 6, 2012 at 5:05 PM
I would say some of sit-to-stand. My daughter was 10 months at her first Christmas and she ended up with 3 different ones (from different family members.) She played with them all for a good year! It's great to help them start standing and walking, and is also good for their curious side.
My ODS was 10 months for his first Christmas. We got him a couple little things he could play with then but also got some older toys at the black Friday sales (fit Christmas & his bday). With a birthday in February we wanted stuff that would go another year. There's a big difference in interests & abilities between 10 months old and 22 months old! We wanted to be sure he had toys he could grow with so to speak (puzzles, blocks, shape toys etc)