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might be a good choice if the parents haven’t bought one. The baby would definitely use it until age 1 or 2. But if your godchild has one already, you might prefer giving instead. They might not be able to use it until the baby could sit by itself and start eating solids. And of course, if you are budget conscious, you can always get one or two cots. It cost lesser than baby furniture and can be used by the baby almost every time it goes outside.
Whatever is the gift, the thought always counts! The responsibility of being a godfather and godmother is still the most important when it comes to the christening.