Christmas Gift Guide for Babies

Christmas Gift Guide for Babies

Christmas Gift Guide for Babies – Freddie will be six months old when Christmas comes. Being so young we don’t think that he will need very much but here are some things that have caught my eye that I think will capture his attention.

A picture of a personalise Peter Rabbit Soft toy

My 1st Peter Rabbit Plush – £19.50

There’s something so lovely when you get a personalised gift that you know has been specifically picked for your baby. Peter Rabbit is a classic and would fit in perfectly in any nursery and loved for it’s softness and kept as a keepsake.

A picture of a personalised Christmas sack for Babies first Christmas

Personalised Embroidered Very First Christmas Hessian Sack – £13.99

Mark babies Very First Christmas with this adorable Christmas Sack which is personalised with their name and the year of their first Christmas. It will always be one of those things that make you go mushy every year you take it out of storage.

A picture of a Fisher Price Jumperoo

Fisher-Price Rainforest Jumperoo – £119.00

It’s practically the law to have some sort of contraption to put your baby in whilst you run round trying to get a few jobs done. We’ve recently got a jumperoo for Freddie and whilst he’s only in it for very short stints throughout the day, it gives me some hands free time to get other things done whilst Freddie has the time of this life jumping and playing with the various toys.

A picture of a Baba and Boo Washable Nappy and Wetbag with a penguin design

The Gift of Cloth Gift Set – £18.95

This is a lovely gift both for a parent and the baby. The set contains a Baba + Boo print nappy in size one (lasting from approx 8 weeks – potty training), a matching Nappy Bag and a Gift Card. If you haven’t used washable nappies before then this is a great way to see what you think AND how cute will your babies bum be in one of these!

A picture of a Fisherprice baby toy

Fisher-Price Dance and Groove Rockit – £34.99

This funny interactive robot has lots of features to keep your baby entertained including over 100 letters, shapes and sounds. Play with the two buddies, Rockit and Glow for an interactive experience to develop their sensory development and aid gross motor skills. It even records sounds which Rockit will repeat back.

An image of a set of five baby sensory balls

Bright Starts Shake & Spin Activity Balls – £8.35

Five different activity balls each with a different fun activity inside including rattles, spinners and clicking sounds. These are the perfect size to fit in your baby’s hand and will encourage them to roll and crawl if they roll away. They also have lots of different textures and colours to capture your baby’s attention.

An image of a baby outfit in black, yellow and white with a stag print

A Gorgeous Baby Outfit

Since Christmas presents are a treat it’s nice to pick something a little bit special out. I found The clothing label Squidge & Smudge on instagram and fell totally in love with their whole feed. They have a lovely selection of handmade dungarees, leggings and tops.

What are you getting your little ones for Christmas?

5 thoughts to “Christmas Gift Guide for Babies”

  1. Aww, what lovely ideas. Love the Peter Rabbit. I still have some Peter Rabbit plates from when my Son’s were babies 🙂

  2. We love Fisher Price Toys so the Dancing Rockit would sure to be a big hit on Christmas morning. Great picks 🙂

    Louise x

  3. This is such a great gift guide for little ones. My niece is less than a month old so this is helpful in thinking about gifts for Xmas!

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