I do love doing gift guides, though sometimes I find trying to narrow down exactly what I want to include in my gift guides can be really hard – after all, I’ve kept them pretty small this year (call it inexperience and a fear of over stretching myself in these last few weeks of pregnancy). This gift guide has been so much fun though and I knew almost instantly what products I wanted to share with you all – they are a mixture of adorable, educational and fun.
As always left to right:
Wobble toys from Kid-O £7.99 each
These are perfect for little ones. Not only are they stylish and cool to look at (baby translation – the bright colours are engaging and stimulating!) but they are perfect for bashing, chewing, rolling and exploring!
BooBoo Dolls from Sorgenfresser £24.99
These German worry eater dolls are perfect for cuddling and the ideal toy for little ones who are coming to the dreaded ‘nightmares and fears’ stage. I’ve written about them here before so you can brush up on them!
A village friend from Hazel Village $29.99
Perfect for cuddles, I have one for the impending bambino I’m brewing and I’m so excited to give it to her!
Pull along toys from Djeco from £18.00
I especially love the one pictured, though there are several styles! Each toy is uniquely designed to look amazing and retro, perfect for building your child’s balance and confidence as they start to walk.
Woodland teething toys from Oli & Carol £30.00 for a set of 3
Teething is always a tough time for little ones and anything that can help out is a really big bonus. These are super stylish and perfect for helping out ease that pain!
Musy gift set from aden + anais £64.95
This is the ultimate gift for a new baby in the family – let’s be honest, there is no point in buying lots of little toys for a baby that is a few weeks old (Toby was only 6 weeks old on his first Christmas, so speaking from experience) and it can be daunting for new parents to have to deal with all of the new stuff! This is useful and includes a little gift for the little one too!
Firetruck ball from Crocodile Creek £7.99
Balls are one of the best things you can give to your little one, they help build co ordination and so many other things. This is really cute and well designed!
A-Z flash cards and Wooden blocks from Hungry Little Minds £30.00
These are just great, not only are they flash cards but they come with wooden blocks for older kids to build into various things.
Gaki by Kukkia £50.00
These super stylish music toys are the ultimate noisy gift for your toddlers this year. They are brightly coloured and look so cool, perfect for your design tastes and their… well, noise and chewing tastes!
Ingela P Arrhenius Stacking dolls set by OMM design £20.00
I have these for the boys and they are great. Durable (they’ve really tested that one!) and so pretty to look at, after playtime they double as decor in their room.