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Our 5 favorite baby's first Christmas Ornaments

Christmas is a special time to start traditions for your new bundle of joy. Commemorate the occasion in a memorable way with buying a unique baby's first Christmas ornament.

Every year when you decorate your tree, it’ll be a sweet reminder of your baby’s first Christmas.

Here are 5 of our favorite baby’s first Christmas ornaments:

Baby's first Christmas teddy bear ornament

  1. Baby's 1st Christmas Ornament | $12.99

With arms open wide, this sweet blown glass teddy bear ornament will remind you of your baby’s first Christmas each time you hang it on the tree.

Baby's first Christmas onesie ornament.

  1. White Baby Onesie Ornament | $12.99

This ornament of baby wear will be an annual reminder of the cute little onesies your baby wore in those early years.

Baby's first Christmas ornaments - 2 storks bearing children

  1. Bundle of Joy (a) Ornament | $14.99

As the old story goes, storks used to drop new babies down the chimneys to new parents. Celebrate the bundle of love dropped into your life this Christmas season with a baby-carrying stork ornament.

Ornament box featuring 6 baby's first Christmas ornaments

  1. Child's First Christmas Ornaments Collection | $69.99

Can’t choose just one baby's first Christmas ornament? This collection of six blown glass ornaments in a keepsake box is ideal for a baby’s first Christmas gift.

Baby's first Christmas ornament - teddy bear on rocking horse

  1. Rocking Horse Teddy Ornament | $24.99

What’s cuter and more charming than the classic rocking horse with a Santa hat-wearing teddy bear atop? When you hang it on the tree every year, you’ll recall the early days with your little one.

Baby’s First Ornament Creates Tradition

If you love creating traditions, here’s one to start for your new baby:

Every Christmas, buy your child a special ornament to hang on the tree. Once your child is an adult, present the collection of ornaments as a treasured gift. It will remind them of Christmas celebrations from long ago as they decorate their own Christmas tree each year.

What are your favorite Christmas traditions from childhood? Share in the comments below!

December 10, 2018 by Doug Lauer
Tags: ornaments

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