Cute Stuff For Baby Girl

If you’re a new parent, you might not be sure what’s best for your baby girl. That’s okay! The world of cute baby stuff is vast and exciting. There are so many options that it can be hard to know where to start. Here are some ideas for the best gift ideas for a newborn girl:

Plush toys

Plush toys are a great way for your baby to learn about the world. These soft, cuddly creatures can help her develop her motor skills, and they’re also great for playing with (and having fun).

Besides being fun, these plush toys can help your baby learn about different textures as well. The more senses she uses in life, the better equipped she’ll be at learning later on down the road!

Flower headbands

Flower headbands are a great way to add a pop of color to any outfit. They can be worn with dresses, t-shirts and even little shorts. The options are endless! These headbands also make great props for photos (be sure to take plenty before they wither). They’re easy to find at the store and inexpensive as well.

Decorative pillows

Decorative pillows are a great way to add color and fun to your baby girl’s room. They can serve as decoration, comfort, or both! Pillows come in many sizes and shapes, so you’ll find something perfect for every corner of her room. You’ll also want to make sure that you choose the right material for your child’s age: cotton pillows are great for babies since they’re soft enough for cuddling but durable enough to last through many washings; down-filled pillows are best suited for older children because they provide maximum comfort without being too fluffy (which could cause suffocation). You can purchase decorative pillows at most department stores and home goods stores.

Playmat or floor blanket

The playmat or floor blanket is a great way to have your little one lie on the floor. Tummy time can be difficult for babies, and many parents find it easier to start with their babies lying on their back. The soft fabric of this blanket will keep your baby comfortable as she learns to roll over and crawl around.

You can also use this blanket when playing with your baby on the floor! It ensures there’s no need for towels or blankets that may get dirty or collected toys and other items. Plus, it protects against hardwood floors so you don’t have to worry about any potential damage from dropping toys or books (or yourself!) onto them while doing so. You can even use it to protect against hot surfaces if needed—just put a cooling pad underneath!

Wall art

Wall art is a great way to add personality to your baby’s room. You can hang it on the wall, or display it on a shelf or table. It can be a painting, photo print, or canvas print. The possibilities are endless—think of the kind of look that you want for your child’s room; then find something that fits into that category!

A framed print will give you an opportunity to show off some really cool artwork from artists all over the world! If you have trouble finding one from an artist that appeals to you, don’t worry! You can always take a picture of something interesting and ask them if they’ll sign it for you before handing over their work as part of a gift package at your baby shower party (or any other special event).

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Canopy

Canopy

You’d be forgiven for thinking that a canopy is only something you see in medieval castles and ancient art, but it’s actually still used today. A canopy is a decorative cloth that hangs over the bed, providing privacy and blocking out light. Sometimes it also acts as a protective covering against drafts or insects.

The word “canopy” comes from Latin roots meaning “covering,” and has been used since at least 1400 BC to describe anything from ceilings to tents to umbrellas!

You can never have too many cute baby items.

You can never have too many cute baby items. They’re a great way to make your house feel like a home, and they’re also a great way to show off your personality. You can find them at any age, too! Etsy is the best place to get them if you don’t have time to hunt through the racks yourself: just type “cute stuff for baby girl” into the search bar and you’ll be overwhelmed with options!

Parents and the experts at the Good Housekeeping Institute have vetted these baby girl gifts. They’ve washed them, worn them and possibly even used them with their own families (and given them as gifts). From blankets to bodysuits, changing pads to nursing covers, these 10 gifts are picks that you can feel good giving at the next shower, sip-and-see or baby girl birthday.

No girls in your family? Many of these come in a variety of prints (including ones that are good for boys and gender-netural ones), or you can check out our general list of best baby gifts.

BEST STUFFED ANIMAL FOR BABIES

JELLYCAT

Blossom Bunny

JELLYCAT

$33 AT AMAZON

The snuggliest bunny on the block! When it comes time for that first cuddly friend, Jellycat’s stuffed Blossom bunny is super soft, and comes with a floral pattern in the ears and on the feet. Not a bunny fan? There are lots of other animals to choose from. (Just remember to keep them out of the crib.) 

BEST PERSONALIZED GIFT FOR BABY

CUDDLEMUFFINSBLANKET

Customized Name Blanket

ETSY/CUDDLEMUFFINSBLANKET

$38 AT ETSY

Choosing a name can be a lot of hard work, especially when it comes to finding the right baby girl name. Show those parents they did a good job with a personalized name blanket. This Etsy shop offers tons of different designs in different colors to match the nursery, and you can get a hat to match.

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BURT’S BEES BABY

Cotton Bodysuits

BURT’S BEES BABY

$25 AT BURTSBEESBABY.COM

Some parents have said that their newborns lived in Burt’s Bees Baby, since the clothes are so soft. The Good Housekeeping Institute loves that the brand uses fabric made of certified organic cotton and follows strict environmental standards. Bodysuits come in short and long sleeves, and in addition to bodysuits, you can get gift sets that throw in blankets, hats or PJs. 

RELATED: The Clothing Brands That Make the Best Baby Clothes

BEST BABY SHOES

BIRDROCK

Baby Moccasins

BIRDROCK

$30 AT AMAZON

Are you more of a pale pink shoe-gifter, or will you go for the wild black and gold? Babies never really need to wear shoes, anyway, so you’re really just doing it for the look. BirdRock has more than 30 styles of its adorable moccasin-style shoes, and you can’t go wrong with any of them. (And, at their price point, you might find yourself choosing a bunch.)

RELATED: The Best Walking Shoes for Babies and Toddlers

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BEST GIFT FOR MOMS

MILK SNOB

Car Seat/Nursing Cover

MILK SNOB

$36 AT AMAZON

Moms find this useful because the stretchiness of this fabric makes work as a nursing cover, car seat cover, shopping-cart liner, high chair cover, or even just a stretchy blanket. You can also get it in a variety of prints, from black-and-white stripes to camo.

BEST SWADDLE FOR BABY GIRLS

ADEN + ANAIS

Aden + Anais Swaddle Four-Pack

ADEN + ANAIS

NOW 11% OFF

$49 AT AMAZON

Seasoned parents know that you can use muslin swaddle blankets for everything: as burp cloths, spread out on the ground for tummy time, wrapped around the baby to keep her warm, etc. And, in Good Housekeeping Institute tests, they found these swaddles wash well, so you can really put them through the ringer. 

SKIP HOP

Skip Hop Pronto Portable Changing Mat

SKIP HOP

NOW 26% OFF

$22 AT AMAZON

Parents call this a lifesaver: It doesn’t look like it has anything to do with diapers from the outside, but it unfolds to be an easy-to-clean changing mat with built-in pillow — with a case to hold baby wipes. A parent’s secret weapon!

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BEST BLANKET FOR BABY

ROSIE POPE

Rosie Pope Baby Three-Pack Blankets

ROSIE POPE

SHOP AT AMAZON

Rosie Pope’s receiving blankets performed well in tests by the Good Housekeeping Institute. They also come in patterns and prints that feel fresher and more unique than some of the other options out there.

RELATED: The Best Blankets to Keep Your Baby Cozy and Comfy

BUMKINS

Bumkins SuperBib

BUMKINS

SHOP AT AMAZON

Parenting truth: You can never have too many bibs. Bumkins bibs — named best bibs overall by the Good Housekeeping Institute — wipe clean easily after meals, and, when they really get soiled, you can toss them in the washing machine. They also come in a huge variety of prints.

RELATED: The Best Baby Bibs to Buy in 2020, According to Textile Experts and Real Parents

LASTPIECEOFTHEPUZZLE

Personalized Name Puzzle

LAST PIECE OF THE PUZZLE

$22 AT ETSY

This wooden puzzle is a toy, sure, but it also looks great on a wall or shelf until the baby is old enough to do more than chew on it. You can choose to use primary, pastel, or bright colors for the letters.

Conclusion

When it comes to cute baby items, you can never have too many. The more you have, the better it is for your baby. If you’re looking for something new and fun, try one of these ideas!

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