Posted on: 29 November 2017
Are you Christmas shopping for your own new baby, for a grand baby, or for a Christmas baby shower? No matter the reason, shopping for a tiny newcomer can be a great deal of fun. From selecting soft blankets and toys to buying baby health products, here are some ideas that might help you as you do your Christmas shopping for a new baby.
Combine Comfort With Cuteness: Have you recently touched fabrics that are being used to make baby products? They are so soft and cuddly that you wish they made those same products for grown-ups. As you shop for things like baby clothes and baby blankets, touch the fabric that is used in their construction to see how they feel. The texture of the fabric might outweigh how attractive they are. Fortunately, the manufacturers of baby products are smart enough to combine comfort with cuteness, so your gift will definitely be well received. If you are an older shopper, you might be tempted to just look for blue items for a baby boy and for pink items if the baby is a girl. Don't worry about that, as nowadays babies seem to be wearing all the colors of the rainbow.
Consider Gift Baskets: One thing that the new mommy and daddy will probably truly appreciate is the gift of baby health products. This may be even more true if the baby has sensitive skin. Look for baby health products that have words like For Sensitive Skin as part of the design label. A gift basket that includes little onesies, baby socks, and tiny t-shirts, along with things like nail clippers, nail scissors, and a tiny brush and comb would make a very nice choice. Another idea is to use a large basket that will hold baby wipes and diapers that are designed for a baby's soft and sensitive skin. If you know that the baby has eczema, look for lotions that will help to comfort and cure it.
While you're Christmas shopping for baby health products, consider making a special gift basket for the new mommy. The gift basket could hold things like a small frame for baby's first picture and lotions that smell so sweet you'll think they're designed for babies, too. Another idea is to buy the new mommy a cookbook that has recipes for her to make baby foods that have only the best ingredients in them.Share