Whats a good xmas present for a 1 year old god daughter?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    A classic book of Nursery Rhymes or an award-winning children's book. They never go out of style and you will be giving the gift of literacy and helping her bond with the reader. Merry Christmas!

  • Beth M
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    1 decade ago

    Always check with the parents. I know there are always things I would like to get, but that are beyond what Santa is going to do or can do. That being said.....when my daughter was young she still played with a lot of baby toys.

    A fisher price (or any other) stacker is great at that age, they can actually start to do it!

    Parents stuff (available at target) is nice too. Our favorite is the soft locks that have little surprises in the middle. This was a big hit with both my kids -- and at 2 and 4 they still play with it!

    Pull toys are fun and cute. We had little ducks that quacked when my son pulled them. Pop up toys are great too -- where you turn the dial, or switch the lever and someone pops up -- there are sesame st. mickey mouse, farm animals, etc....

    My daughter also got the fisher price popcorn popper for her 1 yr Christmas.

    Hmmm....

    BOOKS are always great. Board books. Lift a flap books. Touch and feel books.

    Baby Einstein movies.

    Good luck!

  • 1 decade ago

    Since your daughter won't really remember, why not buy her a savings bond to invest in her future. You can of course, wrap a couple small gifts one year olds like that she can open. I have found that children that age like the most basic things anyway. My son loved a plastic bottle that was filled with dried beans at that age!

    Another idea is at some jewelry stores, they have a necklace you can buy and each year, you can add a pearl to it so that when she becomes a young adult, she'll have a pearl necklace.

    Merry Christmas!

    Source(s): Here is a site that you can check out what the add a pearl necklace is, but I'm sure you have a local jeweler that offers this also. My daughter had one started for her, I think it is a great idea! http://www.reidandtodd.com/index.php?cPath=59&OVRA...
  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Hand prints on a T-shirt can be fun; same for litte feet too. At Christmas time, a foot with a handprint to each side can be made into a reindeer; if dad's into hunting, you could do this on a cammo t-shirt and make it for father's day.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Assuming this child will already be receiving an overwhelming number of gifts from family members, why not get her a savings bond? Or start a savings account for her that you can add to on each gift giving occasion and that will eventually go towards college.

  • 1 decade ago

    My daughter was 3 months old for her first Christmas and one of her aunts gave her a porcelain keepsake doll.

    She now has a collection of 22 dolls....they're each different and beautiful.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Give her parents a coupon for babysitting and you then get to spend time with your little god daughter which will mean more to her and you than all the toys she will ever get.

  • 1 decade ago

    She'll probably have more fun playing in the box than the gift itself.

    Can you make her something, like a quilt or a stuffed toy? She'll really treasure it when she's older!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    at that age, they are impressed very shortly with anything, so dont go overboard. anything that lights up or make noise is good- put the parents may be annoyed at the noise. anything musical and visually stimulating should keep her attention- until she discovers the box it came in!

  • 1 decade ago

    Anything loud that will drive her parents crazy! That is your job as the God-Mother

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