10 Special Baby Gifts

Here are some sweet ideas for baby gifts that hopefully feel a little more like heirlooms, than disposable gifts. Check out my finds, after the jump!

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  • Liberty Print Cat 1 of 10
    Liberty Print Cat
    This soft toy is perfect for a newborn with it's colorful pattern and huggable shape.
    $52 at Flora & Henri
  • European Onesie 2 of 10
    European Onesie
    You can never have enough onesies and it's the best uniform for a baby, anyways. This one is made in the European tradition with a pointelle pattern in 100% organic cotton.
    $32 at Goat Milk
  • Suede Baby Shoes 3 of 10
    Suede Baby Shoes
    These suede dessert booties are made for baby with a subtle shimmer. Too sweet!
    $78 at Sweet William
  • Cotton Baby Romper 4 of 10
    Cotton Baby Romper
    This is the sweetest baby romper. Little gold dots are scattered across pale pink, 100% cotton fabric.
    $79.66 at Smallable
  • Handmade Alphabet Blocks 5 of 10
    Handmade Alphabet Blocks
    Hand-knit in Bolivia, these soft baby blocks are so sweet for a nursery.
    $140 at Sweet William
  • Bunny Rabbit 6 of 10
    Bunny Rabbit
    Nothing could be sweeter for a new baby than a handmade bunny rabbit!
    $35 at Sian Keegan
  • Tasha Tudor Book 7 of 10
    Tasha Tudor Book
    No children's book collection should be without the books of Tasha Tudor. Originally published in 1956, this counting book is lovingly illustrated by the incomparable Tasha Tudor.
    $16.99 at Tasha Tudor
  • Hand Block Printed Baby Blanket 8 of 10
    Hand Block Printed Baby Blanket
    This is an original and fun choice for a baby blanket. Choose from a variety of colors!
    $68 at Rickshaw Designs
  • Baby Bonnet 9 of 10
    Baby Bonnet
    Made from 100% organic cotton, this baby bonnet comes from the classic Swedish children's company, Polarn O. Pyret.
    $12 at Polarn O. Pyret
  • Striped Bib 10 of 10
    Striped Bib
    Any mom would love to have this classic bib for her baby!
    $20 at Petit Bateau

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