Just like the title asks, and it's for a girl if that helps.
GOLD / watermelon / 14076 posts
@LAZB: I would get her this: http://www.amazon.com/LeapFrog-Shapes-Sharing-Picnic-Basket/dp/B004560BPY
LO got it for her first birthday and still plays with it every day.
grapefruit / 4321 posts
Shopping cart or doll stroller. Anything that can be pushed was a huge hit at that age and continues to be now at 2.5
blogger / pomegranate / 3044 posts
"How do dinosaurs say happy birthday" is actually aimed at girls, that's my go to!
pomegranate / 3904 posts
honeydew / 7235 posts
Ditto to what @Truth Bombs: said.
I just got my niece a baby doll stroller (a pretty sturdy one that she can lean on) and she LOVES it!!
grapefruit / 4903 posts
Mega blocks and music toys
persimmon / 1071 posts
My 'go to gift' is typically books. There are sooooo many great children's books out there.
I'm going to my cousins kids 1st birthday next weekend and she loves bath time, so I got her a bathtime book set that comes with bath toys that are in the story. Along with some other bath toys. I think she'll like it.
grapefruit / 4817 posts
I give the same things for practically all children's birthdays; a check in their name for $25 and a book. So far it's been a parental favorite. But all of our friend's and family have savings accounts for their kids, so I know it's safe.
wonderful olive / 19353 posts
We love the Y-bike. It's awesome because it acts as a push toy until they're older then it becomes like a little bike/scooter for them. The rubber wheels are smooth and 360. If they have hardwood floors, the wheels are perfect for that since most push toys have plastic wheels and it's way too fast for a baby learning to walk.
persimmon / 1129 posts
Doll stroller is a great one. My daughter got this musical tea set for her first birthday and it was a huge hit that I think we'll get a lot of mileage out of: http://www.amazon.com/LeapFrog-Musical-Rainbow-Tea-Set/dp/B00CCIKII2
nectarine / 2180 posts
That picnic basket that @lawbee11 shared is a huge hit. My DD actually asked for it for her *4th* birthday, and it gets played with by every kid that comes over, so it definitely is a toy with longevity.
We had previously been giving this Fisher Price Piggy Bank http://www.amazon.com/Fisher-Price-Laugh-Learn-Learning-Piggy/dp/B000A88KOA and a bedtime book http://www.amazon.com/Ill-See-Morning-Mike-Jolley/dp/0811865436/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1431357404&sr=1-1&keywords=i%27ll+see+you+in+the+morning
kiwi / 735 posts
I give books and clothes. I love shopping for little clothes.
cantaloupe / 6869 posts
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