The Best Baptism Gifts for Babies
A baby's baptism is a very special event, and many people like to present the baby with a gift to commemorate it. At most discount and department stores, you will find a huge assortment of baby items in the baby department but not that many that are appropriate for a baptism. That's why I recommend shopping for the best baptism gifts for babies online at Amazon.com. They have a great selection, and you know you can count on them for outstanding customer service if there are any problems with your order. Here are a few of my favorite baby baptism gifts from Amazon.com.
Bless this Baby Christening/Baptism Gift Basket
This gift basket would make the perfect baby baptism gift from a grandparent or other close relative. It includes everything you could possibly want to include in a baby baptism gift basket. There is a silver cross that is packaged in a satin-lined box, a pair of crocheted baby booties, a 7" plush lamb for baby to play with and a small Bible that says "Baby's 1st Bible" on the cover.
Baby Baptism Precious Moments Figurine
Yes, there is a Precious Moments figurine for every occasion, and a baby's baptism is no exception. This figurine features a fancy cross with an oval in the middle that says, "You Are A Child Of God." There is a baby girl sitting at the base of the figurine with a pink and white pillow behind her. This is a baby baptism gift that will be treasured for years.
Mary Meyer Plush Christening Lamb
This white plush lamb is one of the best baby baptism gifts if you want to get something special that baby can actually play with. The lamb is white with a silver cross on its belly and there is a rattle inside so it makes noise if you shake it. It is just a small 5" stuffed animal, so it is the perfect size for little hands to get hold of. This could very well end up being one of baby's favorite toys.
Malden Baby Baptism Picture Frame
This pewter frame is just the right size to hold a 4" x 6" photograph of the baby at his or her baptism. This is a very pretty frame with a cross at the top. At each of the top corners, there is a bird holding a ribbon, and the ribbon dangles down the sides of the frame. Underneath the picture it says, "Baby's Baptism."
Christening Headband to Wedding Garter
This white christening headband doubles as a garter at the bride's wedding, if it doesn't get lost before then. My oldest daughter got a special little satin Bible at her baby shower that was meant to be placed in the bridal bouquet when she gets married. I haven't seen it lately, but I'm pretty sure it's still around here somewhere. I'll have to start looking for it because she's eighteen now, so who knows, it might be needed soon.
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