Courtesy of Babesta.com
One day it's Halloween, and then the next thing you know it's mere days until December 25 -- and you don't have any presents for under the tree. Breathe in, breathe out. You can still save Christmas without setting foot in a single mobbed store. Just browse our collection of favorite Internet gift sites, which allow you to click and be done with it.
This durable cover turns your iPod into the perfect can't-break-it diversion -- and protects it in accident-prone little hands.
Courtesy of MoMA Design Store: momastore.org
Your kid loves to make block towers -- this game ups the ante to colorful chairs that you stack until it topples over.
Courtesy of rockabyebabymusic.com
Lullaby Renditions of U2
Could "Sunday Bloody Sunday" be baby-fied? Yep. Mom, Dad, and baby can all hum along with these kid-friendly instrumental versions of U2 songs.
Courtesy of Madallie.com
Red Orchid Suitcase
To grandmother's house we go with this pretty suitcase, which holds a couple days' worth of clothes. Mom can use it as carry-on when traveling sans kiddo too.
Courtesy of BarnesandNoble.com
600 Black Spots: A Pop-Up Book
A spectacular pop-up can thrill kids from babies (keep away from tearing distance) to preschool. This visual stunner also challenges kids to a scavenger hunt on its pages.
Courtesy of pearlriver.com
Babies outgrow booties every month, so it's silly to spend a lot on them. These are so baby-chic but cost only a little more than that morning latte.
Courtesy of uncommongoods.com
Handmade Yoyo Dolls
This one's a lovey candidate for sure. These soft, posable dolls are made under fair trade guidelines by women in Bolivia.
Dino Boxed Books
Things like counting to ten and learning colors will seem much cooler to kids once they see how dinosaurs do it in this four-pack of board books.
I Never Forget a Face Memory Game
Kids will love how this game is fun and hands-on; you'll love that it's stimulating for them, and super easy for travel.
Little Teddy Game
He's learned that pants go on the bottom and the sweater goes on top- but not that blue and orange don?t always match. This game helps kids learn to mix and match clothing combinations to help Little Teddy get dressed.
Stuffed Animal in a Jar
This gift takes stuffed animals to a whole new level; these quirky toys actually come stuffed in a jar.
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