Valentine’s Day is a memorable and highly anticipated day. Love is in the air, couples are dating, and everyone is simply in the mood for love. Valentine’s Day, however, isn’t solely restricted to couples who are in love; everyone should feel the love this February. Your friends, your loved ones, and especially, your new little baby child.
First off all, congratulations on your newborn baby. Now, it seems you want your baby to feel the love this Valentine’s Day, so you want to get him or her something. Of course, you can’t give a baby candy, chocolate or flowers for Valentine’s Day; that would be silly. What you can do, however, is give your baby something more suited for something his or her age. Here are some of the things you can give your baby for his or her first Valentine’s Day.
Clothes and accessories
What you can give for your baby this Valentine’s Day is a bunch of cute little clothes and accessories. You can dress your baby up with some cute little bodysuits or pants. Some clothing stores for babies have such items and sets available for boys and girls, as well as some gender-neutral sets. You can even choose to commemorate his or her first Valentine’s Day by having his clothes stamped.
There are also some other toys and accessories that you can buy as gifts for your baby. Things like pacifiers, and customized Valentine’s Day dibs. You can also give your baby a heart-shaped rattle and even a stuffed doll, just so he or she would have something to hold and play with. These would make ideal gifts for your baby this Valentine’s, and are available in many different stores.
Food and treats for the baby
Okay, so you have an idea of what to buy your baby for Valentine’s Day, but what if you want to give your baby some food for a gift? Luckily, you can do that, too. If you are looking for treats, some baby stores sell popsicle mold sets where you can water down either juice or milk, and place them into a freezer to make individual popsicles your baby can enjoy. They’re a good treat for your baby, especially since he or she wouldn’t have any teeth yet.
You can also give your baby some really small food with a little Valentine’s Day twist. Food like homemade teething cookies and heart-shaped jello. If you want to actually give your baby a gift, you can grab a jar, place some cookies or gummies inside it, then decorate the jar with a bow and some heart-shaped stickers. You can also feed your baby some Valentine’s Day baby food, like red mashed potatoes with miniaturized meatballs, baby chicken fingers and red applesauce, red cinnamon bread and plenty more.
Final words and thoughts
And these are some of the things you can give your baby this Valentine’s Day. Remember that Valentine’s Day isn’t just about your love with your partner; it can also including your love with everyone else, even those who are still too young to know about it.