This Christmas is going to be extra special because I have my baby girl to treat to some gorgeous presents. Here are some ideas of gifts that we already love, that you could treat your little ones to…
- Guess how much I love you booties £14.99 I think these are absolutely adorable. I love the ‘Guess how much I love you book, and these would make a wonderful gift alongside that. The booties themselves have a bell inside which seems to keep my baby girl intrigued when lifting her legs in the air! The material is so soft and warm, perfect for these cold winter nights.
- Happy Bunny Gift Set £22 This is a beautiful gift set perfect for babies, that comes presented in a personalised box. Inside is a bunny teething rattle (which my daughter absolutely loves), chunky knitted booties and a bunny muslin. The best thing about this gift is that you can pick out your own wool colours, and even add your baby’s name to the buttons on the booties, which I think is a lovely touch.
- My First Money Box £12.99 This probably wouldn’t grab the attention of a baby but it is a beautiful keepsake for them to grow up with, and somewhere to put all their pocket-money. The design is simple with an animal theme and see through box. I love the see through element, as it allows your child to see their savings grow throughout the years. 4. Baby Percussion Mat £22 I haven’t actually opened this yet as it is one of gifts we are giving my daughter for Christmas. However I am so excited for her to have a go, because I’m sure she is going to love it! It is a keyboard that is played by baby patting on the different keys, but also has different instruments that can be played. She loves music and interaction so I think this is the perfect toy for her.
5. Ocean Squirters £6 This is absolutely perfect for making bath time fun. The squirters are shaped as cute ocean themed characters in vibrant colours. My baby girl loves the water so I already know these will be well-received!
*Disclaimer: Some of the items that appear in this guide have been gifted to me. Further details are available in my disclosure policy.