With Christmas fast approaching, I thought I’d do a series of Christmas gift guides- just in case anyone needs some extra inspiration!
Here’s the first in my series, my toddler boy Christmas gift guide:
The quality of Aigle wellies is second to none. Because wellies are worn so frequently, I like to make sure they’re of sound investment and they’re comfortable for my toddler. These particular ones are the Giboulee style wellies, which are fur-lined. So if snow decides to come down, these boots will keep those toes extra snug and warm. The quilted top part of the boot with the string helps keep the warmth in and the damp cold out too, so all in all a great Winter boot!
Every toddler needs a den, and this teepee provides style and modernity to the nursery set up. Big enough to fit up to 3 small children, this teepee can be used either indoors or outdoors and is easy to put up and take down.
3. Twirlywoo’s Big Red Boat £39.99
Without a doubt, every toddler has a favourite television show. My Son is adores the Twirlywoo’s, which is the reason for including the boat on the gift list. I think buying a toddler something that is related to their favourite show will guarantee smily happy faces!
My 1st years offers free personalisation on most of their gifts, and having a rucksack personalised would just be adorable. I like the idea of my Son being able to carry his own bits and pieces, and as we’re off on our family holiday shortly I felt the design was really appropriate.
5. Convertible Books £13.49
Convertible books are a variety of story books that convert to become play mats and then fold out to become actual sit in cars or pirate ships. With a variety of vehicles, such as fire engines, princess carriages, tractors and more there will be a vehicle to suit the taste of your toddler! We’ve reviewed this product previously, and it’s an item my Son loves.
6. Nordic Style Hat £15.00
There are very few toddler that I know of that’ll keep a hat on their heads. Unless a hat is firmly tied on, my Son will just pull it off. With the mild weather leaving us behind, I can’t risk his ears and head getting cold, so this grey hat with an adjustable strap is perfect.
My Son has been eyeing up these scooters for a while, and I think he’s at an age now where I think he can safely use one under supervision. As an active child, I like to encourage him to play outdoors and having a toy that he can play with irrelevant of the weather is a handy tool to have at my disposal! I’ll also be buying all the appropriate safety gear and the scoot n’ pull strap to make sure he’s as safe as can be.
8. Disney Movie
One of my favourite gifts when I was little was the yearly Disney movie my parents got me. I rewatched my favourite ones over and over again. With Little London’s obsession with dogs I felt that Lady and the Tramp would be a great first Disney to give him.