From sweet books to comfy pajamas, your baby will love these Valentine’s gifts. From Hanna Andersson Baby Zip Sleeper to Carharrt Crib Shoes and Snuggle Puppy, this is the one gift you can’t leave off your list if you need something for a baby girl or baby boy.
From sweet books to comfy pajamas, these Valentine’s gifts for babies make the sweetest presents. Our favorites include Hanna Andersson Baby Zip Sleeper, Carharrt Sleepsuit, and Snuggle Puppy!
These Valentine’s Day gifts will make your babies smile. From sweet books to comfy pajamas, they’ll love any of our selections.
Calling all mamas and papas: Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. We love receiving cute surprises from our kids, so we’ve gathered some of the cutest — and most useful — gifts for baby girls. From sweet books to comfy pajamas, your little one is sure to coo over these gift ideas this Valentine’s Day!
Valentine’s Day is all about showing your love to our little ones. From sweet books to comfy pajamas, they will appreciate the love and thoughtfulness you put into these gifts.
Baby’s First Valentine’s – it’s almost time! Your little one will be thrilled to receive this collection of sweet Valentine’s Day gifts. From a soft snuggly dog to comfy pajamas and adorable books, there is something for everyone.
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It’s baby’s first Valentine’s Day, and maybe you want to make it special — despite the fact that they totally won’t remember it. February 14th isn’t just about romance; it’s about love, and that includes your littlest love. But what do you give to your main mini-squeeze when they’re too young to appreciate (or chew) fine chocolates? And when reservations at a nice restaurant (not that you can do that right now anyways) are impractical/your dear baby would probably cry through dinner?RELATED STORYCustomers Are Swapping Olaplex for This ‘Magic’ $7 Collagen Hair Treatment
Worry not. There are still plenty of gift options for a baby on their first Valentine’s Day. Just because your little Cupid can’t hold a rose without trying to eat it doesn’t mean they have to miss out on all the fun. Whether it’s falling fully into heart-shaped toys or just plain loving the color red, these gifts are totally perfect for making your baby your valentine. And most importantly, many of these gifts can be used any time of year so they don’t go to waste.
Ahead, we’ve rounded up some great gift ideas to help you celebrate baby’s first Valentine’s Day—from swoon-worthy outfits to useful baby gear you’ll both love. And if you’ve got older kiddos, make sure to check out these Valentine’s Day gift for kids at Target and Walmart.
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Colorful Sensory Toy
TBH, we feel relaxed just looking at these gorgeous sensory toys. You can choose from six colorways and can personalize it with baby’s name too.
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These heart-patterned bottles are cute enough to use on Valentine’s Day and beyond. Most importantly, the soft nipples on these bottles provide a natural feel.
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Every little one’s favorite caterpillar gets a Valentine’s Day makeover in this board book both you and baby will love. Featuring images from the world of Eric Carle, this book beautifully illustrates how the people you love make the world a better place.
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These love-themed blankets are great for cuddling, swaddling, as stroller blankets or just for keeping the sun out of Baby’s eyes. And yes, they’re machine washable.
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This custom name puzzle is one that will grow with them. Bonus: Put it on display and it doubles as a chic nursery decor item.
First Valentine Gift for Baby Girl
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Valentine’s Day isn’t just for romantic love! It’s also the best time to let your littles know how special they are.
Whether you are looking for Valentine’s Day gifts for a boy or for a girl, and whether you’re ready to spoil your baby or your tween, we have the definitive list of the best Valentine’s Day gifts for kids. From classics like stuffed animals and chocolate, to the latest trendy toys, these gifts run the gamut from cute to cool and will have them seeing hearts.
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1. For The Mandalorian fan: A baby Grogu that’s filled with love
You probably already know that Build-a-Bear is perfect for creating cuddly, personalized bear friends, but did you know that you can also make snuggly stuffies of all sorts of animal friends and—even more exciting—some of your favorite movie characters! This year’s best-seller is, no surprise: A wide-eyed Baby Yoda, aka Grogu from The Mandalorian. Make him extra festive by adding fun, Valentine-themed accessories that make him ready to spread some love!
2. For the one who loves a story: An Eric Carle-inspired Magna-Tile set
Eric Carle’s beautiful artwork and nature-inspired children’s stories are bursting with colorful with whimsy and wonderment. The Very Hungry Caterpillar has been a best-seller for over 30 years and is one of his most beloved books, and inspired the bestselling Love From the Very Hungry Caterpillar. This sweet Magna-Tile set by CreateOn takes images from these books and turns them into an adorable play set that kids will be so excited to see come to life.
3. For the one who likes a good squish: Valentine-themed Squishmallows
Lovable Squishmallows are ever-popular and will have kids from toddler to tween seeing hearts. This exclusive set from Claire’s is Valentine-themed and, at a 12-inch size, there’s really no reason not to collect them all! Squishmallows are always on trend and always sell out, so be sure to get these cuties in your cart before they’re gone.
4. For the one who loves surprises: An unwrapping toy filled with retro gifts
Get ready for a flurry of surprises with this clever gift that’s filled with retro-themed toys. Made in the U.S. in a small, family-owned business in Oregon, each layer of this crepe paper wrapped heart unwinds to reveal a new trinket or toy. From fortune tellers to confetti poppers, this gift is sure to bring some festive flair to Valentine’s Day.
5. For the one who likes their bling: Cool kids’ goggles with tons of sparkle
They’ll be the star of the swimming pool with these funky, sparkly goggles. A little bit of style and a whole lot of substance, these kids’ swim goggles feature UV protection and an anti-fog coating, making them cool to wear and full of function. Encrusted with “candy” hearts, and with a colorful popsicle-styled silicone sizer, makes them extra sweet.
6. For the one who loves bath time: A fizzy set of bath bombs
Your fizzy valentine will love the dollop of fun these droplets bring to the tub. These all-natural, gluten-free, cruelty free and made in the U.S. bath bombs come in alternating coconut and guava scents, making them perfect for a super gentle, sweetly scented bath experience. These pint-sized droplets are 1-inch each, making them perfectly sized for your kiddo.
7. For the one who loves the trendy toys: A squishy little play pack
The adorably interactive line of My Squishy Little Dumplings were the sleeper hit of the holidays. Now, for Valentine’s Day, let us introduce you to My Squishy Little Snack Pack. Like My Squishy Little Dumplings, the Snack Pack set is filled with interactive features and quirky personality traits. Each snack pack, including two characters in each box, offers a surprise accessory and a bag of five bonus mini charm poppers.
8. For the cuddly fashionista: Gund P.Lushes
These fashion-forward plush pets are a style squad of premium small stuffed animals. With names like Bianca Bling and Cala Bassetthound, these Kardashian-like cuddlers are perfect for any pint-sized trendsetters.
9. For the one who loves their friends: A DIY frame decorating kit
For the kid who likes to creatively express themselves: This DIY kit gives them everything they need to make a cool photo frame either as a keepsake or as a gift. Filled with love- and Valentine-themed stickers and stamps, this is just right for unleashing creativity and expressing devotion towards the special people in their lives.
10. For the one who loves science: A Kiwi Crate
Spark a love for STEAM with a Kiwi Crate. These subscription gift boxes are some of our favorites for hands-on, kid-friendly rainy day activities. With offerings for kids ages 2 and up, these subscription kits blend art and science for fun activities that get kids excited to learn, all the while sparking creative problem solving.
11. For the one who loves to cuddle: A lovey little Care Bear
For the kid who cares a lot, the newly debuted Togetherness Bear by Care Bears takes this throwback favorite and gives it a new twist. No two of these Care Bears are alike, so your child can revel in their individuality with this snuggly friend.
12. For the one who is anti-hearts: A red fire truck
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be all hearts and kisses. This awesome fire truck incorporates the vibrant red hue of the season without being so literal. This toy is made from 100% recycled milk jugs so your kids can show their love for the earth, while playing with their new toy.
13. For the kid who likes Pop Its: A heart-shaped popper pouch
If there is a kid who doesn’t like Pop Its, we haven’t met them. This quilted pouch not only looks super stylish, it is the perfect fidget piece for the Pop Its-obsessed.
14. For the one who loves story time: A best-selling book by Joanna Gaines
Joanna Gaines seems to get everything right. This beautifully illustrated best-selling story book, written by the home décor and lifestyle guru, is a lesson in creativity, collaboration and acceptance. It will make a warm addition to your bedtime story rotation.
15. For the one who loves a campout: A paint-your-own S’mores kit
If you thought that nothing could make s’mores more fun, have we got surprise for you. These Valentine-themed marshmallows can be painted with accompanying food-grade paints, to lend a creative touch to a favorite campfire activity.
16. For the resident Cupid: A bow and arrow set
For your little god or goddess of love, how about a light-up bow and arrow set? This kid-friendly set includes six 20-inch suction cup arrows, bow, bull’s eye target and an arrow quiver. This comes in a range of color options but, for a festive pop, we are partial to pink.
17. For the one who likes to be the center of their own story: A personalized pop-up book
This Wonderbly title is all about enjoying the little moments of your child’s earliest years. Little ones will enjoy feeling the love from their fingers to their toes, and they’ll be so excited to see and hear their name as the center of the story as they peek through the pages.
18. For the one who loves animals: Calico Critters Cute Couple
Calico Critters—the adorable animal line—has a perfect pair of furry figurines for Valentine’s Day. Stella and Cinnamon rabbit are all gussied up for a date, and the set includes a romantic touch: a tiny bouquet of roses. Awwww!
19. For the one who loves candy: See’s Mini Valentine Heart
Let your kids in on the chocolate action this Valentine’s Day! See’s has a perfectly petite heart-shaped box all ready for gifting. The Mini Valentine Heart contains approximately eight pieces of delicious candy. Milk Chocolate Buttercream, Raspberry Truffle and Milk Molasses Chips are just a few of the decadent inclusions.
20. For the one who is teething: A macaron teether
Gift your teething babe something to sink her teeth into. This pastel toy activity set includes a trio of jingly macarons plus a doughnut rattle. The macarons can be attached to a stroller for on-the-go fun.
21. For the one who is socially-conscious: Maya Angelou Barbie
February isn’t just when we celebrate Valentine’s Day, it’s also Black History Month. Give your kid a socially conscious gift for the occasion with this Barbie doll that is modeled after author and educator Dr. Maya Angelou. She holds a tiny copy of her beloved book I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. What a beautiful gift for the Barbie fan in your life!
22. For the one who likes a classic sweet treat: Jelly Belly Love Beans
This clear gift box includes 4 ounces of festive Jelly Belly beans: Jewel Very Cherry, red apple, coconut, cotton candy and cinnamon. We love that shimmering hearts adorn each piece. Jelly Belly has quite a few other Valentine’s options, too: Sour Smoochi Lips, Conversation Beans and Sparkling Cupid Corn are among our favorites.
23. For the one who loves smooches: Kissy the Penguin
This 12-inch, interactive baby penguin is all about the smooches! This cute little toy will be your baby’s favorite valentine, and they will love pressing Kissy’s feet and watching her move her wings and blow kisses. Kissy also plays “Frère Jacques.”
24. For the one who wants a Nerf gun upgrade: Zuru X-shot FaZe Clan Respawn
If your kids prefer an action-packed gift over a sweet, sentimental one, we recommend Zuru’s new FaZe Clan lineup. Zuru has always scored high in our testing, both of Nerf guns and of water guns. Their aim is always on target, and they are always built for fun. Plus, the red pellets hit the perfect hue for Valentine’s Day gifting.