#1
Well, not my "blood" nephew, but what's a sick baby gift I can get him that's pretty cool, but can't be a 'chokee' since he's in that phase? The kid's wicked smart, and already knows how to unlock my phone and turn it on when the screen shuts off
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#2
a gun and a list of targets
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#3
That's more for when he's 4 I'd say. But yeah, I'm trying to go for the crazy uncle vibe so keep them coming
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#4
buy a vibrator, glue some plastic wing/fin thingies on it, and call it a rocket ship.
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#6
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#7
a Ron Paul baby shirt
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#10
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Buy him books that you and his parents can read to him.
Odds are he's gonna get a pile of shitty plastic toys anyway.
Books will give him the smarts, ja feel?

I'd suggest starting with some basic stuff about electrical circuits. Later you transition to finer electronics and in a year or five he's got eactly the right combination of tiny hands and knowledge to start building his own phone (and five more per day for you to sell).
#11
No point getting presents for a baby. You're either getting them a toy that they don't need because they have loads already, or something for the baby that's really for the parents, like a baby grow.

Either start them a savings fund, or wait until they're old enough to actually enjoy a present.

Or do something that babby might appreciate in the future, like if you're into photography, take a good photo of babby and then get it printed BIG on canvas for the wall.
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#12
Naw....babies appreciate cuddly toys. They cuddle with them, it gives them emotional fulfillment to a degree. So not all baby toys are worthless (but you are right that most of them are).
#13
cuddly toys harbor bacteria

which is good for the kid's immune system

so +1 on that
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#15
Get him a flute. No moving parts, and his parents will be serenaded for hours on end

I got my three year old nephew an accordion, and my sister loves listening to it so much that she doesn't have time to talk to me anymore.....


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#16
Give him the gift of a blood brother. Cut yourselves and hold hands.
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#17
This isn't exactly what I had in mind for being sick, but I can't pass up this 2-for-1 deal


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#18
Open a UG account for him, so that he can join in the quality discourse.
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#19
Looks more like something a toddler would play with but the kids in that commercial were quite a bit older.
#20
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This isn't exactly what I had in mind for being sick, but I can't pass up this 2-for-1 deal


well im not sure about the idea of pulling on some poor stuffed animal's arsehole but hell i'd get one of these
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#21
Just tell him you got him whatever and pocket the cash yo. He wont remember anyway. He's one.
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#22
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Looks more like something a toddler would play with but the kids in that commercial were quite a bit older.


gotta teach em young


I was playing with him last week and bouncing off philosophical ideas on him ("WHAT IS THIS??" while playing with the table cover thing that you put under plates) and I can tell he's inquiring at a 5th grade level at least
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#23
A comically large gorilla plush animal.


.....And a Nerf gun.
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#24
Clothes in 18 - 24 months size (ask his parents what clothing size he's wearing atm, then go for the next one up.) It's appreciated way more by the parents than toys and then they'll send you all sorts of adorable photos of him wearing said clothes.
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#25
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gotta teach em young


I was playing with him last week and bouncing off philosophical ideas on him ("WHAT IS THIS??" while playing with the table cover thing that you put under plates) and I can tell he's inquiring at a 5th grade level at least


Except you weren't teaching since you don't know what it was either (and apparently still don't).

I had this mental picture of the kid thinking "If you don't know how can I be expected to?"


Don't stress a gift too much, just hang with him when you can, best gift you can give a kid (or really anyone) is time. (Unless they hate you, then it's absence...)

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#26
lols


I ended up getting him this electronic bilingual journal-toy that makes animal sounds [for ages 2 and up (fiddled with it and seems solidly built.)] since they've been teaching him both Spanish and English. And this gift card for diapers (mum knows best).
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