1. Cute and comfy pajamas are the best.

 

Skylar Luna jams are made from Turkish organic cotton. $39, skylarluna.com

 

2. The most advanced wooden toy you’ve ever seen.

 

Primo Toys’ “Cubetto” teaches your wee ones to code before they can even read. $225, primotoys.com

 

3. That’s one cool bird.

 

Flavia Flamingo, $24, anthropologie.com

4. Become a highflyer.

Flybrix basic kit turns your Lego set into a drone. $189, flybrix.com

5. The prettiest play groceries.

Land of Nod fridge play food, $29, landofnod.com

6. Now this is our idea of a “dream house.”

GoldieBlox “Invention Mansion” introduces real-life architectural design concepts to your engineer-in-training. $59.99, goldieblox.com

7. For when the hoop’s frozen over.

Westminster Toys “Hoop Shoot” basketball play set, $37.99, nordstrom.com

8. Raise good people.

Friends and Neighbors: The Helping Game helps your little one develop empathy and compassion. $15.99, peaceablekingdom.com

9. Not all toys have to be neon.

Candylab Pioneer car, $41.99, candylabtoys.com

10. You can find him cruising down the English countryside.

Roadster Scoot, $139, rhbabyandchild.com

11. Train n' wheels

“Imaginarium” metro line train table, $159.99, toysrus.com

12. And you thought Jenga was tricky.

Marbles the Brain Store “Tugie” stacking game, $19.99, marblesthebrainstore.com