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I'm searching for gifts for my nephew Wolfgang. He just turned 1 year old. I haven't seen him since he was 6 weeks old. I tend to avoid kids like the plague, so I haven't a clue what to get a 1 year old!

He likes things he can drag around, my bro/SIL have attached strings to several toys so he can tote them around. I bought him one gift already, but figured I could get him a few more - and just get bro/SIL a gift card to a restaurant.

So I was looking at toys I had as a kid - and already got him this one.

I got to thinking about one of these, but he can't use that for a few years yet, can he? Would his parents kill me? What do you think?

He stands up in the middle of a room, but hasn't done much in the way of walking yet. He crawls around dragging his toys on a string. I *think* he has this car thing that he stands/leans on & walks that way. But I haven't a clue what he has for toys.

Any other ideas?
post #2 of 8
Lol....one of the joys of having no kids of my own.....I have no earthly idea!
post #3 of 8
This was my favorite when I was little! And it's so annoying, it's great!

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00005BTSQ?...0&linkCode=asn
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This was my favorite when I was little! And it's so annoying, it's great!

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00005BTSQ?...0&linkCode=asn
I have some family members that buy childrens gifts according to how annoying they are for the parents
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I'm searching for gifts for my nephew Wolfgang. He just turned 1 year old. I haven't seen him since he was 6 weeks old. I tend to avoid kids like the plague, so I haven't a clue what to get a 1 year old!

He likes things he can drag around, my bro/SIL have attached strings to several toys so he can tote them around. I bought him one gift already, but figured I could get him a few more - and just get bro/SIL a gift card to a restaurant.

So I was looking at toys I had as a kid - and already got him this one.

I got to thinking about one of these, but he can't use that for a few years yet, can he? Would his parents kill me? What do you think?

He stands up in the middle of a room, but hasn't done much in the way of walking yet. He crawls around dragging his toys on a string. I *think* he has this car thing that he stands/leans on & walks that way. But I haven't a clue what he has for toys.

Any other ideas?
I totally had one of those phones too!! and a sit-n-spin I don't think he's old enough for the sit-n-spin though
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This was my favorite when I was little! And it's so annoying, it's great!

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00005BTSQ?...0&linkCode=asn
yup, had one of those too!!!
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I have some family members that buy childrens gifts according to how annoying they are for the parents
my dad has threatened to buy any kids my sister and I have a drum set, and they wonder why I don't want kids

get him a cardborad box, Natalie, he'd probably have more fun with that than anything just like cats
post #6 of 8
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Ohhh....I really need to get one of those Going Nova! I'm going for the "annoying factor". They live 9 hours away from me after all!
post #7 of 8
soft or wood blocks... mine had colors ,shapes and numbers ..lol.. no wonder I never learned to spell
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I have some family members that buy childrens gifts according to how annoying they are for the parents
"pop....pop.... pop...pop..pop..pop..pop..pop" Boy dp I remember that thing

Oh, and ANY talking Elmo toy is annoying to a parent after hearing it 2000 times Especially Chicken Dance Elmo
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