Winnie the Pooh Gifts for a Baby Boy

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Winnie the Pooh Gifts for a Baby Boy
Give a Pooh gift that will hold a baby's attention. (baby boy image by Steve Lovegrove from Fotolia.com)

Your best friend just had a beautiful baby boy and you want to give her something practical that she and the baby can use. Winnie the Pooh gifts are a timeless option. Buy a warm Pooh throw blanket in baby blue or a classic Pooh Memory Soft Block to occupy the baby boy's attention.

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Gift Basket

Gift baskets are a practical option because you can either buy them already created or you can spend some time and pick out the gifts you know the baby will enjoy. In your Winnie the Pooh gift basket, include things like a throw blanket in blue for boys, soft plush toys like a stuffed Pooh Bear, and a colourful musical mobile with miniature Pooh characters like Eeyore and Tigger softly twirling over the baby's head as he falls asleep. For bath time, include practical items such as Pooh towels and washcloths stuffed inside a Winnie the Pooh and Friends tub. You can spend as much or as little as you like on filling up a gift basket.

Personalised

Mom will want to capture every moment of her new baby's life, so gift her with a Winnie the Pooh picture frame. Use a personal image like her beautiful baby boy's first moments of life or a photo from his christening. Personalise the frame by having the birth date and the child's name engraved on the frame. You can give several frames in the likeness of the Pooh characters for many images or you can buy a Winnie the Pooh photo album and stick in images of baby's first few moments. Silver-plated rattles are another option. On each rattle have the name and the date engraved. If you want to go less formal, purchase Winnie the Pooh plush letters to place on the wall of his room. Each letter contains a replica of Pooh and his friends.

Clothing

All babies need clothing, but take it up a notch and gift the little one with Winnie the Pooh sets. Purchase a blue cap-and-bootees set so baby can be warm. If you already have too many blue items, go with yellow or green for baby boys. Buy a few boy onesies or rompers in each Pooh character. Burp-cloth sets are an inexpensive option and will keep baby mess-free. For that extra cuteness factor, go all out with a Winnie the Pooh costume. The costume can be used for Halloween or visits from family and friends.

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