Toddler Boy Gift Guide 2020
The baby stage is over and your little boy is growing up quick! By now, he’s running around and getting into all sorts of trouble. Even though it’s a lot of extra work I have been loving this stage. I especially love that Easton is old enough to actually care about his toys. Although, this made it really hard not to go overboard for his birthday this year.
I mean, how could you not want to spoil this cute face?
You can’t get them all the things, but here is a list of super fun gifts for your toddler’s next birthday.
Read to the end to discover my top pick toddler gift!
Something my mom used to do for me was wrap up things I already needed. Part of the fun as a kid is being able to unwrap the present. Heck, I still love unwrapping presents. I almost love the practical gifts most as an adult!
Can you ever have too many kids clothes?
Probably, but it doesn’t hurt to pick up a few things in you toddlers up coming size. You never know when they’ll hit a growth spurt and start busting out their favorite footies.
Electric Tooth Brush
Easton is super into tooth brushes and likes to use them all the time. He already has a bunch of standard tooth brushes that he likes to play with but when he sees mom and dad brush there teeth at night he wants to be just like us. That’s why we got him his own electric tooth brush to keep in the bathroom and actually use to brush his teeth.
You’re going to buy him snacks anyways so why not wrap up a box of fruit snacks for him to open!
Alright, I’ll admit we have more than enough books to read a different one every night of the month but as your child gets older so do their interests. It’s fun to get new books to match their interest. We have also been branching out from the board books into some of my childhood favorites.
For more ideas read “Current Board Book Favorites” or “Fun & Exciting Children’s Books” (Page Turner Kid’s Books)
Fun & Games
Gifts that foster creativity and learning are great! Easton has been really into coloring. A great gift to get your toddler is a coloring book with magic markers. I love these because they are mess free!
Building blocks are another great gift that fosters learning and development at this age. It helps them be creative as they discover different ways the to balance the blocks. If you get colorful ones, you can also use them to teach colors!
Top Pick Toddler Gift
A Strider Bike, or balance bike, is essentially a tiny bike with no pedals or training wheels. It has a low seat so kids as young as 18 months can start practicing their balance. By eliminating training wheels it is much easier for kids to transition from their Strider Bike to a traditional bike because they have the balance part down for the most part.
Since Easton’s birthday is at the end up the summer, his grandparent’s gave him his Strider Bike early. He’s been practicing all summer and is getting so good at it. Last week he even rode his bike all the way to the park for the first time!
If you get anything thing for your toddler this year, make it this top pick toddler gift!
Let me know your favorite toddler gift in the comments below!