Stocking fillers for Babies & Toddlers
Updated: Nov 25, 2021
Whether your little one quite appreciates the occasion that is their first Christmas is debatable, but for many of us, creating our child's first festive stocking full of infant-friendly goodies is a truly special moment. And I promise it only gets more fun as they get into those pre-school years!
So to help inspire you and get the festive feeling flowing, I have put my Santa's thinking hat on and created a list of my favourite stocking fillers for babies and pre-schoolers! I mean, really, any excuse to online window shop… haha.
For babies there is a never ending list of goodies that can be stuffed into a stocking, from socks, pacifiers, headbands, finger puppets, baby sunglasses, soft cloth books to festive sleep suits and more, but here are my top 10:
Finger Puppet Book: Always good for a handbag toy and to help introduce and engage your baby early on with books.
Teether: We all know both the baby and parental pains of a teething baby, so you can never have too many! Sophie the Giraffe is an obvious stable so here are some other ideas!
Wrist rattles: These are one of the best toys for young babies to help them
discover their little hands. There are lots of different types from Lamaze, Infantino and Tomy etc but I adore these little festive crochet ones from Stephan Baby!
Pram/travel toy: Admittedly you probably will have a lot of these already, but I adore any excuse for a festive toy and couldn't resist little Rudolph! They are great for car seats and strollers, but we a