Hopefully I’ve managed to inspire you with some gift ideas over the past couple of weeks. To continue with the gift guides I thought I’d put together some ideas for the “big gift” which will surely “Wow!” on Christmas Day.
Babies and Toddlers
Rocking Scooter by Child Home – off they go! This rocker is a lovely addition to any nursery.
Light Grey Ball Pit by Scandiborn – this modern ball pit for provide many giggles. You get to chose the colour combination of balls you want so it can even tone in with your decor at home!
Activity Walker by Tildo – get your little one moving and keep them entertained with this lovely looking walker.
Holdie Farm and Animals by Olli Ella – The farm set is new. Hettie has the doll house version and has loved playing with it.
2 in 1 Scooter with Seat by Highwaykick – this fun scooter can also be used as a ride on until your mini gains confidence.
Motor Mechanic by Plan Toys – your budding mechanic can fix, drive and busy themselves with this truly unique gift.
Dovetail House by Tender Leaf Toys – I think I would want to live in a house like this, never mind the dolls!
Balance Bike by Liberty x Banwood – I don’t think you could get a more beautifully design first bike.
Kitchen Set by Flexa – this kitchen will look so pretty as your little one busies themselves cooking away.
Boys and Girls
From Top Left to Right:
Rose Gold Princess Dress by Great Pretenders
Cashmere Jumper by Oliver Baby and Kids – the sizing of these jumpers means they will last a couple of years and they last (Hettie is wearing a jumper which has also been worn by both Harry and Teddy!).
Woodland Store and Theatre by tender Leaf Toys – this lovely toy can be used as a theatre to put on shows or opened up to become a shop and cafe.
Arcade Coder by Tech Will Save Us – this company make STEM learning cool.
Retro Jukebox by Steepletone – this mini jukebox has a CD player and even Alexa Dot which will allow kids to chill and listen to music and audio books.
Klask 4 Player at Three Boys Rock – a cross between table football and air hockey, this game of speed and tactics will have the family’s competitive streak coming to the fore.
Mindstorms Robot Inventor by Lego – the ultimate present for any child who loves Lego and coding. This gift will keep them occupied for hours on end.
Lace Wings, Crown and Wand Set by Florence and Bunny – this is perfect for any budding Sugar Plum Fairy or Swan Lake princess.
Harry Potter Tour – this will definitely be something to look forward to and such a treat. Place the tickets in a hamper with a chocolate frog or two, some Butterbeer and maybe this beautifully illustrated book.
Box of Yay by Shortstitch – for any fashionista, these boxes are curated to suit the personality of any boy or girl who it is sent to. You can see a review I did for them here).