What to buy your kids this Christmas

Four years of buying Christmas presents for my little people and I’m beginning to really get to grips which which presents are successful! I hope this list will help bring a little inspiration when it comes to making the kids in your life smile.


Lovevery £80-120 – These joyful boxes are specially designed for every few months of a young child’s life (age 0-4 years), to educate, entertain and stimulate little minds.


Superga kids, £37 – Classic Italian trainers in every size, but particularly cute on little feet, comfy and with easy velcro straps.

ice cream maker baths

Foam Cone Factory, £20 – the ultimate bath time toy, just put in bubble bath and pull the lever for amazing make believe ice cream cones!

Little Dutch

Little Dutch Balance Bike, £110 – This stylish bikes are great for ages 2-5, helping children to balance while providing a fun transportation method on park walks.

crazy soap

Crazy Soap, £2 – This sensory soap is great fun, and will encourage even the most reluctant little ones into the bath!

childrens kitchen

Jabadabado Grey Kitchen, £106 – Currently on sale this little kitchen will keep small chefs occupied for hours while you whip up the real supper alongside them.

wooden toy

Galt pop-up toy, £9 – This classic toy is the most brilliant game for babies of every age, helping to hone fine motor skills whilst also providing lots of entertainment.

make a meal sticker book

Make a Meal Sticker book, £6.19 – This retro sticker book offers different table settings and food and drink stickers for kids to customise their own meals.

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