Christmas Gift Guide 2020 | Toddlers

Here is my second of my Christmas gift guides, this time aimed at toddlers. When children start to become aware of Christmas it becomes the most magical time. From the writing of the letter to Father Christmas, to putting out the mince pie for his visit, to the snuggling up to read “The Night Before Christmas”…every moment is pure joy.

Girls

Christmas Gift Guide for toddlers

From Top Left to Right:

Carriage with Unicorn and Fairy by Le Toy Van – this pretty set will spark joy and imagination in little ones.

Dinkum Doll by Olli Ella – Hettie adores her Dinkum doll which can be dressed in different outfits (which are available separately along with some wonderful accessories – see here).

Mini Play Kitchen by Kids Concept – if space is tight or you simply don’t want a huge play kitchen set, this is a lovely alternative. My parents have a mini kitchen set which all three of my kids have played with over the years.

Vegetable Memory Game by Vilac – this may already be waiting for Hettie for Christmas. I love the twist on the classic memory game, making it more interactive.

Star Beauty Bag by Le Toy Van – such a lovely set for any little girl wanting to be like Mummy when getting ready.

ABC Puzzle by Sebra – learning through play with this puzzle will mean they know their ABC’s in no time!

Sleeping Beauty by The Story Orchestra – Hettie loves the books in this series and they are constantly chosen as bedtime reading by her.

Play Tea Set by Liewood – little people do love to make endless cups of tea and coffee and this adorable set will suit boys and girls alike.

Boys

Christmas Gift Guide for toddlers

From Top Left to Right:

Coffee Machine by Little Dutch – Teddy was given little wooden coffee machine for Christmas when he was two or three. I wasn’t sure if he’d like it but it turned out both he and Harry loved making us a coffee and choosing the different “pods”. It has now passed onto Hettie to make multiple cups for us to enjoy.

Wooden Tool Box Set by Leggier – the boys actually had my brother’s old Fisher Price tool set and used to love putting together the screws and nuts. Great for developing hand-eye co-ordination.

Zig & Go Action and Reaction Set by Djeco – a great way of introductions STEM, this game gets little minds working.

Wooden Golf Set by Plan Toys – fore! Keep the kids busy trying to get a hole in one with this cute set.

Wooden Stacking Robots at Little Lulubel – have fun trying to get the robots to balance on each other before they all come tumbling down!

City Mazes Around the World by Stephanie Babin – a beautifully illustrated book containing maps of 15 cities around the world along with puzzles to get children engaged with the page and finding their way around the city.

Neon Gouache Paint Set by Djeco – make the world a brighter place with this set of neon bright colours.

Wooden Car by Candylab – a great size for little hands to zoom about on the floor.

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