Looking for gifts for a baby can be a daunting task. Looking for the perfect gift for a friend’s baby shower can also be overwhelming at times too; especially when you want to give a unique gift that he or she may not have thought of.
I absolutely love giving new parents and new babies, a fresh organic fruit basket that has vibrant colors, is safe, and teaches them to love fresh produce.
As a mother I try to think ahead and give gifts with dual benefits. The Uncommongoods Fresh Organic Fruit Basket is the perfect gift for an infant.
Why I love the Fresh Organic Fruit Basket
1. Soft and Organic.
Made from 100% Organic Egyptian Cotton. This basket is great for teething little ones who slob, teethe, and sink their gums into all types of items.
2. Offers a variety of fruits.
Early on, you want to expose your child to as many things as you can; especially, about the world around them. This basket offers, watermelon, grapes, and a banana.
If you are a parent, then you can understand my affinity for toys that are not battery operated and can be tossed directly into the washing machine without any damage.
Start talking to your child right from the womb, and this fruit basket is a great conversation starter for you and your little one. The fruit basket encourages kids and parents to use their imaginations and learning can take place in a variety of ways.
For example, you can began by teaching your child his or her colors: purple, read, black, green, and yellow. You can even teach your child about where their food comes from and begin telling him or her about plants.
According to the manufacturer.
Teethers for all ages; basket is not a toy. Teethers: machine wash in cold water and machine dry. Tote: spot clean.
Check out more unique gifts from UncommonGoods.
Episode 85 is a full show of hearing from our Cleverly Cultured kids . They chime in about their different perspectives ...
2022 has been a difficult year for many families, people are still learning how to adjust to life during a pandemic; ...
American schools are making STEM a huge deal ...