Blocks, shape sorters, big pop beads, any kinds of toys that she has to use her hands for help with fine motor skills. Also, you can make her toys, like sewing a simple doll or wrap cardboard boxes with sturdy paper and paint them like bricks so she can have BIG blocks. Get her a small indoor pop-up tent that she can hide in or get her a ball pit (or a bag of ball-pit refill balls and a little swimming pool to put them in). Stickers and construction paper just be sure to watch her so she doesn't eat the stickers. :)
Point to the sky on the longest day of the year as clouds practice murmuration with passing birds and nameless colors that slip into form without notice; point to the whole stirring mess of it, light choreography announcing beauty, while her eyes, those new eyes, form dreams of worlds beyond, and realize it is here-- here among the ordinary day, here is the gift that will give, endlessly, until her final breath.