The holidays are here again, but something seems different this time: your closest friends and family have more kids than ever. Of course, you want to indulge each and every new little boy, but $50+ playsets and outfits are out of the question during the season of savings. No fear—we’re here to help! Below, we’ve put together a list of the top ten Christmas gifts for boys age two and under. Keep reading for presents that will put a smile on baby’s face without demolishing your wallet.
Even when they’re just a few months old, little boys can’t stay away from toy cars. The Hape Minivan does the job perfectly, as it isn’t too complex for growing minds or too big for little hands. At just $9.89, you can’t say no to this ideal stocking stuffer.
Want to ensure that your favorite boy-who-can’t-read-yet is already inclined towards a classic children’s author? Combine the best of both worlds with this playset, themed on the famous picture book. Infants will learn all about colors and shapes while they play with the different toy fruits. The whole set costs only $17.96—you’ll have enough leftover to buy his first copy of The Very Hungry Caterpillar next year!
All kids want to copy their parents, and going online is no exception. For $19.99, baby can feel just like mommy and daddy while safely learning numbers and ABC’s. The sound effects and bright colors are sure to earn you some adorable giggles and hugs.
Every parent on-the-go wants a portable toy to keep their kids from getting fussy. Take Along Tunes is light and compact, with an easy-to-grip handle for little hands. For only $6.84, mom will never have to worry about tears of boredom at the store, bank, or bus stop ever again.
Looking to score more points with your favorite parent than their new boy? Purchase these fruit-themed teething rings for only $17.97. The tears of teething are the roughest part of new parenthood—your friends will be thrilled about a break. Baby will love the fun colors and shapes, along with the much-needed relief from new tooth pain.
Again, if reaching parents is goal #1, they’ll love this new baby book. For just $21.73, parents get 60 pages to record memories and a “Clean-Touch” ink pad. When baby gets older, he won’t turn up his nose at the book’s design; the gray chevron design is attractive and modern without being too “babyish” or “girly.”
Whether it’s mom’s greatest dream or worst nightmare, her little boy will start walking around soon enough. Make the experience as smooth as possible with this $21.98 activity walker. Baby will be steadied in his earliest walking attempts while he simultaneously refines motor skills like turning and sliding objects. Parents will be happy that the walker folds up, making it easy to carry places and store.
Introduce your baby boy to reading for just $14.99! This book helps your most precocious reader understand nursery rhymes through interactive questions, songs, and character buttons. With a durable design and BPA-free plastic, this gift makes a great and safe substitute for the usual Little Golden Books.
Baby can hone his typing and clicking skills with this realistic “laptop”. For just $15.99, your favorite little boy can learn feelings, objects, shapes, and music, all from one small, portable device. The blue and yellow color scheme will match every baby boys’ ideal bedroom. Parents will appreciate that double AA batteries, required for use of the laptop, are included with the purchase.
On sale for $19.99 (that’s a 34% discount), this toy offers your number one baby boy everything you can imagine. He can learn to walk while playing the piano, sorting colorful shapes, and enjoying role play telephone games. Moms and dads love the educational aspects of the gift, along with how it encourages learning to walk safely. You’ll win over parents and children alike with our number one affordable Christmas gift for baby boys.