Christmas gifts for babies and toddlers that they'll go gaga for.

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LouLou Lollipop Unicorn Donut Silicone Teether

Soothe Baby with a teether that’s as cute as she is. The Vancouver-based company’s creative and whimsical designs are made with 100 percent food-grade silicone that can be frozen for extra teething comfort. $14 at City Mouse (West Seattle), The Mini Look (Kirkland) and

Frank the Seven-Legged Spider

When a spider realizes he’s lost a leg, he wonders if he’s still a spider at all. Written and illustrated by Seattleite Michaele Razi, it’s a tale that teaches self-acceptance and determination. $17 at booksellers

The Sweet Potatoe Pocket Top

This original tee is the brainchild of Seattle designer Maria Aldana. Each handmade cotton tee features an oversized front pocket into which little explorers can tuck their treasures. Available in fun, hip colors and prints, in sizes 6–12 months to 3–4T. $30–$32 at

Globe Totters Seattle City Block

Baby can shake, roll and chew on this organic-cotton block that celebrates fun aspects of Seattle, such as hydroplanes, Pike Place Market and, of course, coffee. $25 at Clover (Ballard) and Nordstrom

Sandbox Sports Lil’ Diggers Playtime

It may be winter, but you can still take your little one to the beach. Georgetown’s indoor beach volleyball venue sections off an area just for kids on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for two sessions from 9:30–11 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Shovels, pails, trucks and small slides are provided, and kid-friendly snacks are available. $8 per child per session (one free adult per child) at

“Get Dressed, Sasquatch!”  

This witty little board book by Derek Sullivan and Kyle Sullivan features a naked Sasquatch and a park ranger who wants him to follow the rules and put on some clothes. Set (and written) in the Pacific Northwest, it’s a fun rhyming tale of freedom and compromise in the great outdoors. $14 at

Sago Mini Easy Clean Bath Squirters

A wet tub plus a wet city equals bath toys that get moldy fast. Give Baby a better set with these cute animals that open for easy cleaning. And they each come with a pool floaty for extra tub-time fun. $25 for an eight-piece set at Once Upon a Time (Queen Anne) and

Wild Republic Huggers Stuffed Animal

Ever wished your stuffie could hug you back? This new line does just that, with “slap-bracelet” arms that cling gently to a wrist or bed post. Dozens of animals are available. With purchases over $50 on Giving Tuesday (Nov. 28), Wild Republic will make a donation to Project Night Night, which serves homeless children. $8 at

Little Brave Ones Teepee

Give the kids a space of their own. These sweet tents, made from canvas and wooden dowels, are handcrafted in California from U.S.-sourced materials, with fresh, modern prints that complement your décor. $150–$169 at Alair (West Seattle) and

Marnin Saylor Mini Donut Cat

It’s a donut. It’s a cat. It’s a plush. It’s adorable! This sweet toy, made in Seattle from fleece and eco-friendly felt, is a gift they’ll eat right up, in strawberry, vanilla, maple and chocolate hues. For ages 3 and up. $24 at

Sandilake Clothing Kindness Is So Gangster Baseball Tee

Teach them well: Kind is the new cool. Custom printed in Portland, the meaningful but cheeky design is available on tanks and tees, in a range of colors, in sizes 3–6 months through 12 years. $15–$22 at

Plan Toys Dino Car Brontosaurus

This chunky rolling toy is perfect for small hands and is oh-so cute. $6 at Bootyland Kids (Wallingford)

The Oyster’s Pearl Free Range Infant Bodysuit

Raise your little chicks free range! This super-soft, cotton jersey onesie features an original hand-drawn illustration for your little adventurer. In sizes newborn to 18 months, with short- and long-sleeved options. $20–$24 at

Flora and Henri Organic Nino Romper

This locally designed organic-cotton romper is finely crafted with a delicate and detailed pattern, a pompom waist tie and button shoulder closures in a lovely natural color. In sizes newborn to 6 months. $118 at Flora and Henri (Pioneer Square) and

Janod Pull Along Trolley with Blocks

Forest-themed blocks fill this rolling cart, so they can practice stacking and pulling while dreaming of outdoor adventures. Ages 1 and up. $35 at Land of Nod (U District)

Maple Landmark Wooden Whale Puzzle

Eleven oversized pieces create a great starter puzzle for little hands. Made sustainably in Vermont, its whale design is perfect for a Pacific Northwest kid. $16 at Nube (Capitol Hill) and

American Plastic Toys My Very Own Ice Cream Cart

I scream, you scream, they’ll all scream for this 24-piece, imagination-inspiring movable cart filled with plastic ice-cream cones, scoops, bowls, and a credit card and coins to shop with. Ages 2 and up. $20 at

Aden + Anais Pajamas

Kids can move from the company’s beloved swaddling blankets into these new 100 percent cotton jammies, in 10 darling prints, in sizes 12 months to 4T. $25 at Village Maternity (U District) and

Manzanita Kids Bird Stacker

A beautiful wooden puzzle and nesting toy in one, this locally handmade stacker is cut from maple and cherry, sanded, and finished with all-natural beeswax and jojoba oil. The design helps kids develop spatial awareness, fine motor skills — and aesthetics. $34 at

Haba Bendy Dolls

Provide a foray into imagination play, and the social-emotional learning that goes with it, with these bendable dolls, their cute pets and lots of accompanying dollhouse accessories. Ages 3 and up. $8.50–$11 at and fine toy stores