Babies and toddlers seem to gravitate towards owls. Maybe it's because many owl toys have very wide eyes and babies like that because they can easily see the eyes.
I love the Skip Owl Actvity toy plush. This fantastic baby and toddler toy has a hidden squeaker 'baby' owl who is hiding in Mama Owl's pocket!
With lots of activities including a baby-safe mirror, textured sounds, rattles, crinkles and teethers - it has more than enough to entertain baby. And at night-time he's wonderful to cuddle up with too.
Here also is a cute taggie owl 'clock' which will attach to a stroller or diaper bag to keep baby or toddler amused. Babies love to look at themselves and they will do with this safe mirror.
What about a cloth book which babies can safely chew. We loved cloth books when my daughter was a baby because she could chew these without damage instead of ruining a board book and they are easy to wash too. A pretty book with adorable animal characters.
Babies don't need tons of different toys, in fact they enjoy some repetition and toys which they can be familiar with. I would prefer to invest in fewer quality toys for baby than lots of ones which are not going to stimulate or do anything for your child.