I can honestly say that between the bunny, lion and deer I really struggled to choose which hat I loved more but eventually the lion won out. This is another precious find from luxury boutique Roses and the Stars and I just want to coo over it all damn day. I featured their luscious teddy bear in my over £50 gift guide so this is just one of many delightful things.
I mentioned these in my big gift guide earlier in the week for older kids because we are scooter converts. Edith was beyond in love with her micro scooter, in fact she was heartbroken when it suddenly had to be sent to the north pole for Santa to package after we had a little taster with it. I know, bad mummy! I would recommend buying a handle with this younger kids because you can push them along and it is SO fun!
You can never have too many muslin squares or swaddles – these are one of the baby essentials in my mind, and what I especially love about these ones is that they come with an easy guide of how to swaddle safety, and they have longevity too because I know lots of children whose swaddles have progressed into blankies and soothers.
Just become one of my favourite gifts for babies and etsy shops, Feltman and Co have a range of baby teething toys that are truly gorgeous and oh-so-stylish. I love the colours of this one in particular but I also love their stacking toy too. Certainly a favourite!
5.) Unicorn binkie
I just… well, who doesn’t love a unicorn? They make everything better, it is official. This binkie (a common name for a teething/sucking/cuddling mini blanket style toy) is just adorable and hilariously fun. Get one, just do it.
6.) Vilac pull along
If you’ve followed the blog for a while you will know that I LOVE Vilac, and their pull along toys are just divine. I really love these for little ones, I had one as a child and I truly think they are timeless.
Edith has a wooden pram version of this and to be honest had this been around when I was buying her a walker I would totally have bought this bad boy instead. I love the simple (unisex) design and I think that this would double as a pram/bucket to chuck everything in at the end of the day. Winner!
Edie has a real thing for taking things in, and out, in and out… rinse and repeat. All day. She loves stacking anything and these stacking cubes are idea for her little hands not to mention lovely!
I know I include a Hazel village doll every time but ever since I first bought one for Edith, I can’t get enough of them. I’m not affiliated with them in any way, shape or form, just wildly in love with their animal folk. They can even custom make a toy for your little one.
I have to admit that I was never a big fan of Happyland when I worked at Mothercare, it wasn’t really my jam but Edith and both of the boys, seemed to think it was the shizz between the ages of 6 months and 3 years. So here is one of my favourite sets, because the aliens are mildly cute!
There you have it!
This is the last of my Christmas gift guides, next week will be back to normal!