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u/erosebro · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

My first recommendation is to check to see if she has a baby registry. New parents need/want LOTS of stuff, and while all gifts are appreciated, having someone help cover the essentials always made us really happy! Some of my favorite gifts were for things we needed like extra bottles, bassinet sheets, and giftcards to Amazon.

Now, to your question - here are some top items we've used with our new baby:

u/charcuterie_bored · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

The best books for legit newborns are high contrast black and white books like this one.

u/CitizenKeen · 3 pointsr/Parenting

My son only slept for about 7 hours a day... total... for his first six months. He wasn't collicky, he was just awake. I have asked myself this question a million times.

If you're going for books, go for high contrast baby books, like these. You might find your kid more into them when they're high contrast because their eyes are weak.

Keep up the good work! You're doing great!

u/SaraFist · 2 pointsr/Parenting

Books, books, books! My babies love(d) Look, Look! (three year old loves "reading" it to his brother), Black & White, Art Cards, the Babyfaces series (esp Hugs and Kisses and Smile!. The World Snacks series is also great; they're bright, (mostly) well-written, and not irritating. Plus, My toddler still loves them, and we started reading them to him when he was three months. I like Yum Yum Dim Sum and Let's Nosh! best. Indestructables are great for babies who eat books. And the Leslie Patricelli books have been a huge hit around here since toddlerdude was a wee baby.

Don't forget non-board books good for reading, such as a Mother Goose (there are also "chunky" ones that are kid-safe), Beatrix Potter, The Wind in the Willows, or even Shel Silverstein.

Toys for this age that I like are sensory balls, music makers, rattles (we had to buy two of those because wee babydude likes it so much), stackers, links, these bead things (a large, four-sided activity cube is gold for this age through toddler hood--like this), stacking cups, and baby's first blocks. We have veriations on all of these (or the exact one listed), and they are popular with both our three year old and the eight month old.

u/CargoCulture · 1 pointr/Parenting

What kinds of books are you reading to him? Try visual books rather than books you read to him. This one was (and still is) great for our son.

u/_bear_cat_ · 1 pointr/February2018Bumpers

Have you tried a book like one of these books ? This is the only thing besides the video that my LO stares at for minutes at a time. She loves it.