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Gifts for their BFFs that parents will love too.

Whether it's your little one's daycare bestie or your besties' litte one, you want to give something small but great that will be useful and fun. While the "under $40 but awesome" category for adults can be tricky (unless they drink wine), for babies and toddlers, there's a lot on offer. Here, we've pulled together some of our favourite little gifts that little ones (and their parents) will appreciate.

We Might Be Tiny Frosties

Man, kids love ice creams, but they are often packed with sugar and preservatives that parents might not be so hot on. A great solution is making your own. Kids love creating their own icy mix, from fruit purees to frozen yoghurt or juice, you can get really experimental. The reusable sticks and long-lasting materials make them great for the environment, plus, you skip all the packaging that comes with the store-bought options. Recipient parents will also love that they can use the moulds to make frozen cocktail pops.

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Trixie 4-Layer Animal Puzzle

A great first puzzle that offers more open-ended play than traditional flat puzzles. The organic puzzle layers allow toddlers to build a 3D while challenging their motor and cognitive skills.

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I Want My Hat Back

You can't go wrong with a book. A library always has room to grow and the more stories kids have, the better. This is a fun one for parents too with some subtle, quiet humour that will tickle older kids too.

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Oli & Carol Broccoli Baby Teether

For your baby pal about to hit teething (and their parents), Oli & Carol make teethers that are nice on sore gums, provide different textures and are made with natural materials and paint. And finally, there's nothing more comical than a 2022 baby chewing on a broccoli.

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Olli Ella Holdie Folk

These handmade pocket-sized friends are perfect for doll houses, as comfort toys (to take with them when they go to daycare or somewhere else without mum or dad) or as BFF friendship dolls. Each dolls outfit comes off and on, which is great for learning about clothes and and further open-ended play.

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Flexa Flute and Clapper

OK, their parents might not be thrilled about the noise, but exposing your child to music from an early age helps them to learn rhythm, enjoy movement and self-expression. It's so much more than coordination, and that they'll be happy about.

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Janod My Magic Bath Book

Anything that makes getting them in the bath a little easier, right? Pictures appear when the book is submerged. Fun, right?! Might be a little harder to get them out of the bath...

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