Today I’m sharing my favourite 10 stocking filler ideas for babies and toddlers!
10 Stocking Filler Ideas for Babies and Toddlers!
How cute are these? I love these all natural mini rubber ducks and they’re perfect for my teething baby too. They’re suitable for newborns up and BPA, phythalates and PVC free.
We love our YumBox Bento Lunchboxes and these smaller sized ones would be perfect for trips out as a snackbox inside my changing bag.
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My kids LOVE Organix baby and toddler snacks and I love their No Junk Promise. Our current favourites are Baby Biscuits and Fruit Pots and if you’re quick, you can enter my giveaway to win some here! You can read about how I incorporate them into our baby led weaning approach here and purchase them from Woolworth here.
4. Milton Ashby Koala Teether
Another favourite for a teething baby or toddler is this gorgeous beechwood koala teether! It would also be a cute addition to the nursery.
5. Wee Gallery Nesting Dolls
How gorgeous are these hand painted dolls that nest together like Russian dolls!
Both of my kids love animals and my youngest is starting to remember the names of them now and make their noises. This lovely book would be great for an educational bedtime story for him.
7. Love Mae 5 Piece Bamboo Dinnerware
My daughter in particular would be so happy with this adorable bamboo dinner set – as would I if they did a grown up version!
Another beautiful book featuring Aussie animals that help your little one to count too!
My youngest loves to build and would have hours of fun with these gorgeous plantation timber building blocks. They’re so timeless and perfect for helping him learn to count at the same time.
I heard that Santa might be bringing a kitchen for a little girl in our house – if she behaves herself! This beautiful pot and pan set would be such a lovely addition to it!
What stocking filler ideas for babies and toddlers do you have?
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