Buying a teddy bear for your infant
Did you know that at least 20,000 teddy bears are sold online on any given day? Then imagine the mind-boggling number of teddy bears that are being bought in person! My First Teddy bears are being sold in large numbers this season and shops are pleading with customers for more time to deliver because of unprecedented sales. I’m not surprised as these bears can be personalized (with an embroidered personal message) according to requirements and they can be bought with a wide range of clothing for the bear like tees, bibs and other clothes.
It’s OK to buy any teddy bear like a baby blue bear, pink or white bear, a pair of bears together, a bear in a boat, a bear holding a heart or others. When buying, you do have to keep in mind things like whether the size of the bear suits the child or not. Some of the really over-sized ones are just not comfortable for the child to hold or carry around. So make sure the teddy you buy is easy to hold and cuddle.
Go for teddy bears that can be washed in the washing machine and can withstand the tumble-dry cycle as kids love dragging them all over the place and really dirty them. These bears are reasonably priced ones, so you can keep adding them to the bear family. Besides, they also make wonderful gifts, whatever the occasion is.
I particularly like the soft, baby Gund toys when it comes to gifting for infants. The soft and plush stuffed animals are adorable and absolutely safe for infants and toddlers as they don’t have any small parts. Even the eyes, nose, mouth on the face are all embroidered for safety. Gund’s range of cozy’s, stuffed animals, photo frames, hand puppets, play mats, piggy banks and others are absolutely enchanting.
Make sure the toys you buy for babies are absolutely safe and child-friendly.