There’s no escaping it now – Christmas is well and truly upon us, whether you’ve nearly finished Christmas shopping or you’re yet to start – you will be okay! Hopefully some of our ideas may well help.. as it can be very difficult deciding what to buy.
So, today we’re sharing some of the cutest things we’ve found on the market lately…
Family London book by Jimi Famurewa
I spotted this Family London book in my local gift shop and thought it was the perfect family gift. Wouldn’t it be lovely to dedicate a couple of days a month, or once a week to spend exploring one of the family activities you’ll find in this book. You can buy it here.
Paint Sticks by Little Brian
We recently reviewed Little Brian’s Paint Sticks here and think they are the perfect stocking filler. Since buying these handy paint sticks our charges have had hours of fun with them. They are perfect for travelling with as well as being great for all ages.
‘Colour me Who’s In The Ocean’? Bath book by wee gallery
We came across this book in a local gift shop, however it seems they’re easy to find online. These bath books change colour when they come into contact with water – not a design you see too often. Another cute addition to a baby/toddlers stocking. Find it here.
Isla and Wilbur Pjamas
These beautiful traditional style pjs are by Isla and Wilbur (more to come next week), we think they could be perfect for a Christmas Eve box that you may create for your children. Find them here.
Play & Go Children’s Play accessorise
I stumbled across his play mat and storage bag on the Oliver Bonas website, here. It was too cute not to include. Very Robin Hood, I feel – I know a couple of children who would love carry around this ‘bag of tricks’. You can find more lovely designs on their own website, here.
Nana’s Manners Cutlery
We’re huge fans of Nana’s manners cutlery which you may have seen us posting about before. Perhaps some table manners are on your ‘Christmas List’ this year? In which case we promise that Nana’s Manners cutlery will help children to eat independently using grown up knife & fork techniques. There’s also conversation cards, which may help make some great chat at your Christmas table. Find out more here.
What products have you seen lately that you just couldn’t resist?