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Emma

Books, books, books. That's what I usually buy kids. And it has paid off, I think. Our nephew can read at the ripe old age of 3½. And since a lot of kids seem more interested in the box the spendy and easily breakable toy came in than the toy itself, I say go with simplicity!

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Melissa from Pittsburgh

Someone mentioned books.

After my first was born, I wanted BOOKS for her. Tons of books, but even the idea of board books for a chubby cheek drooling machines just seemed wrong. Anyone up for soggy chewed cardboard?

I found a Baby Book Club and twice a month a package would come in the mail - I didn't get to pick the books, they just shipped automatically. I received wonderful cloth books with fancy smancy things stuck to them that my girl LOVED.

I think the book club is out of business and cloth books are more prevalant in the book stores now ... but these were super cool, a couple of them hung inside the crib - and she LOVED them.

Registering is fun though, huh?

Noelle

I'm pretty happy with my life up to now, and when I was a baby, my two favorite toys were a piece of used tin foil hung from a string over my baby seat, and a face my mom drew on a paper plate. And yes, my parents were quite well off, I just liked those things better than the toys, so it is quite possible to go inexpensive with that stuff.

Twice Five Miles

Hooray! I'm so proud. ;)

By the way, my little one's favorite toy at the moment is a bag full of cotton balls. He grabbed it one day out of the grocery cart and was transfixed for hours. I think I'm going to cover it with fabric so he can still play with it without risk of ripping open the plastic.

BOSSY

Yes- begin now. Don't overdo toys and stuff -- it will be an impossible Hamster Wheel to climb off of...

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Sally

The wonderful thing about a baby registry is your friends and family can get you stuff to help out and it doesn't have to cost much at all.

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I found a Baby Book Club and twice a month a package would come in the mail - I didn't get to pick the books, they just shipped automatically. I received wonderful cloth books with fancy smancy things stuck to them that my girl LOVED.

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