Wondering what to give to a baby? I got you covered.
Once upon a time I mothered three little tiny bebés. It was a fun and exhausting time. Sometimes, I miss waking up to those toothless smiles.
But here I am a graduated from the baby phase to tell you that babies don’t really need much.
Still there are fun stuff that I enjoyed having available during those first three years of life, and I am sure you will too. Here are great options of gifts for the bilingual babies of your life.
Of course, we need to start with bilingual books as the first option for a gift registry to a baby. And Encantos is my first choice. The books are sturdy, colorful and fun. I love how you find so many elements of cultura in their pages.
I also have other more options for bilingual books for babies. I am always updating that list because books are always my first gift choice for a mom-to be.
Thirteen years ago, there was not a huge market for bilingual toys. We moms had to get creative and make it happen.
Now the options can be overwhelming. My suggestion: Focus on whatever is easy to clean and keep your kid safe.
I love Blocks Toys because they are easy to manipulate, enhance fine and gross and motor skills, and bring lots of fun during play time. These are great options to introduce new Spanish words to our babies.
Check out these wooden stacking rings! Perfect to practice colors in Spanish.
If you are into dolls, consider these traditional dolls from Mexico. They are so cute.
Were you a Chavo del Ocho fan? I couldn’t resist to post this cute outfit to honor that popular character from our childhood. (Check out more about El Chavo here)
Other fun options of clothes for bilingual babies. Which one is your favorite one?
NO HABLO NADA! ONE PIECE BODYSUIT (6 MONTHS)
Yes I Am Bilingual I Can Cry in Both English and Spanish Short Sleeve Boys-Girls Cotton Baby Fine Stripes Bodysuit – White Gray, (12 Months)
La Cantante Singer Mexican Lottery 12M Infant Baby Boy Girl Bodysuit
Mexican Dress Traditional S(8)
Fiesta til’ Siesta | (Toddler, 2T)
There are so many great options for music in Spanish for babies and toddlers. Check out some of my favorite ones:
Let me know if you have a product for babies that needs to be in this list. And don’t miss our gift guides for children ages 5-8 and 8-12.