Even the smallest child should receive a cute Valentine's Day gift to mark the holiday. While the baby cannot grasp the meaning of this holiday, parents and grandparents do. Present the baby with a gift he can use as he grows, or a present that has special meaning to the family.
The Red Baby Long Johns from RedEnvelope are a good casual outfit for a baby. The bottom unbuttons, similar to the long johns worn by cowboys in the Old West. Have the baby's name embroidered on the flap or embroider a special Valentine message. Good examples are "Happy Valentine's Baby!" or "Baby's 1st Valentine!" Mom and Dad can play along with the same outfit but in their own size. These long-sleeved and long-pants pajamas come in matching red with white personalization on the right breast.
RedEnvelope's Cashmere Baby Blanket is classic, stylish and plenty soft. Made from 100 percent cashmere, this cable-knit blanket measures 37 by 48 in. Have the hem of the blanket engraved with the baby's full name and a Valentine wish. The blanket is easily cleaned. Even when the child outgrows the blanket, Mom will have a memento to remind her of the child's first Valentine.
Teach the baby to be earth-conscious by giving him a stuffed animal that is eco-friendly. A stuffed heart or teddy bear made from red, recycled terry cloth provides the child with lots of squeezing hugs. Pick a teddy bear made of soy bean fibers and environmentally friendly stuffing. The bear's name tags should be made of recycled paper and accessories.