With Christmas coming up I thought it would be a good time to share my Toddler Gift Guide. It really is hard to know what to get children so you aren’t over loaded with toys; so here I have put together a list of various ideas including toys, books, crafty bits and more!
Arts & Crafts Carry Caddy – This carry caddy is such great quality and a lovely way to store art supplies.
Board Books – Books are a great alternative to toys and children love to look at pictures and flip through pages whilst listening to a story.
John Deere Ride On Buck Gator – With musical buttons this is a great interactive gift for little legs to scoot around on.
Amazon Fire Kids Tablet – Amelia is a nightmare int he car and shouts and demands attention non stop so this is the perfect way to keep her quiet and entertained.
Weebles – These are such great quality and and Peppa Pig and Paw Patrol fans are sure to love them! Amelia is always playing with her’s and has so much fun wobbling them around.
My First Baby Annabell – Little girls really love babies so this is the perfect gift. I remember when I was young and just how much I loved my babies so this is a gift that’ll really last and keep interest for a long while.
Peppa Pig Bath Figures – Make bath times extra special for Peppa Pig lovers, or help your little one to get used to bath times and use these to coax them in!
Dinosaur Bath Squirters – These are great fun in the bath and such a cheap and easy present for Christmas.
Peppa Pig Skittles – Your little one will have so much fun playing with these skittles and they can be used inside or out as well as helping with children’s hand eye coordination and development.
Wooden Baby Highchair – A great compliment to any gift of a doll or baby. Wooden toys are really lovely and this is such lovely quality too.
Rag Dolls – Soft dolls are another lovey gift for young children and so pretty too.
ELC Wooden Bunny Trike – I am so in love with this little trike! Its amazing quality and Amelia absolutely loves it. I definitely recommend getting one of these for your toddler, and they also have unisex designs too.
Book Cart – This is such a pretty little book cart for little girts and there’s also a lovely one for little boys too!
Teepee – A super cute little idea way for your children. I would turn Amelia’s into a book/reading corner if we had the room.
Silvercross Doll – These dolls are great as you can change their outfits as well as them being amazing quality and of course super pretty.
Wooden Baby Crib – Little girls love babies and this is such a pretty little crib perfect for toddlers to put little babies to sleep.
Paw Partol Activity Pack – Activity packs are great for learning and a nice alternative to more toys.
Calendar – This is a great way to help toddlers to learn seasons, days of the week, weather and dates.
Peter Rabbit Wooden Blocks – I love wooden blocks to help with letter and number learning. Wooden toys are lovely and this Peter Rabbit design is super cute!