Babies can be hard to shop for. My little guy is almost 2 and I still don’t really know what to get him for Christmas. Our family enjoys swapping gifts because it’s a fun family tradition but my little man has a short attention span, loves throwing things, and really just wants to run around our yard. So what to choose for a 2-year-old baby boy’s Christmas gift? Pacific Baby insulated bottles are practical baby boy gift ideas. My 2-year-old loves drinking his milk and juice by himself. He also tries to take the tops off his bottles and cups — he mastered unscrewing his milk bottle in his crib at 10 months old. Pacific Baby GroGrow Steel Baby Bottles have a wide variety of features that make them a great drinking container for all little kids who are always on the go.
First, these bottles are insulated, so I have at least a few hours until I have to worry about how long my little boy’s milk has been in there. Pacific Baby stainless steel bottles are better for baby’s health and the environment and the bottle design is leak-proof with a flip top straw that kids can open themselves. Other features include:
- Stylish easy-grip silicone sleeve.
- Replacement straw sets available.
- Use up to 5 years with other Pacific Baby accessory drinking tops.
- Fully compliant with all FDA and European Union safety standards.
- Dishwasher safe (top rack) but NOT microwave safe.
My little guy can open his Pacific Baby bottle himself by flipping the top to reveal the straw. Pacific Baby’s GroGrow 10 oz Steel Eco Baby Bottle also doesn’t leak! I can easily wash all the bottle parts in the dishwasher.
My little guy loves to throw his bottles, which has resulted in several cracked drinking containers and many spilled cups. Pacific Baby stainless steel bottles stand up to the wear without accumulating dents or damage from rough use. I’d recommend checking out this universal Pacific Baby GroGrow Steel Baby Bottle for your own child as a mealtime essential or practical holiday gift idea!
Other baby boy gift ideas can include dapper homemade accessories, unique interactive toys, and darling fashion basics for toddlers.
Homemade Baby Bow Ties
Easily make your baby boy a set of homemade bow ties using ribbon and hot glue! These adorable baby bow ties are easy to pin onto any outfit and you can make bow ties in any combination of colors or styles! Learn how to make these No-Sew Baby Bow Ties here!
Interactive Baby Boy Gift Ideas
Does your little guy love to explore and make sounds? The Sound & Play Busy Table from ALEX Toys has a whimsical, modern design — a beautiful addition to any playroom. This wooden toy has everything a developing baby or toddler needs to keep busy for hours! Kids can pound, slide, peek, explore and make music! This play table has 8 fun activities including a xylophone and drum!
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Tickle Me Elmo is another classic toy re-imagined for a whole new generation of fans and definitely on our list of baby boy gift ideas! Little ones can start the hilarious fun when they press Elmo’s tummy or squeeze his feet. First, they’ll hear Elmo’s contagious giggle. When they continue to squeeze and “tickle” Elmo, he laughs harder and harder until he starts to move and shake! Children can’t help but giggle along when they hear Elmo’s funny sayings and hysterical laughing sounds.
Adorable Baby Boy Fashion
How cute is this trendy black t-shirt from Tenth & Pine? I love the darling “I love you more” lettering, a timeless design for boys and girls. Baby t-shirts in black are such a nice change from the expected pastel baby colors. My little guy loves playing in a comfy t-shirt and I love that this classic black basic won’t easily stain or show the battle scars of backyard play.
What’s on your list of baby boy gift ideas? If you are shopping for holiday gifts for nephews or a Christmas present for your grandson any of these ideas are sure to delight! Pair a fun and interactive toy with a more practical clothing item to cover all the bases — an instant win! Boys like toys that won’t easily break and allow them to play and use their imaginations!
Katie enjoys all things creative; DIY projects, photography, decorating and family adventures. She feels blessed to be a stay-at-home mom with 3 kids and many artistic outlets.