Christmas Gift Ideas: For Babies (Part 2)

Ethan's getting Sophie the Giraffe for Christmas; as a teether they are beyond popular among parents and therefore have such a great reputation. I'm slightly excited to see if it'll live up to the hype and discover what Ethan makes of it. Sophie Giraffe from Loubilou is priced at £14.99.

These soft, hard-wearing, colourful blocks can be stacked or slotted together to make a variety of shapes. They are ideal for teething babies, who can chew them. It comes with 15 soft Clemmy blocks hiding under the turtle's shell, with wheels to push it along. Recommended age 6-18m. Priced at £17.50 found at Loubilou: Clemmy Soft Buiding Blocks.

Tiddley Pom offer organic baby products. The brand was was founded by Emma, because she wanted to help alleviate her new-born daughter’s eczema. With an emphasis on baby massage, the brand offers a range of organic baby spa products - all sourced by Emma herself and manufactured in the UK. The baby massage oil is my personal favourite for Ethan. They also sell a step by step baby massage DVD & CD bundle. Take a closer look here: tiddley-pom.com
 I think this is a great little idea.. it's a soft toy named Bigsby and he comes with a story book, and whilst you're reading the book allowed to your little one, Bigsby chimes in with his own responses! It's great and really brings the magic of the story to life! Bigsby is from Hallmark, priced at £19.99.

I love the Humphreys Corner brand, it's so sweet and their products are always great quality. So this little wash set with an adorable little soft toy makes the perfect gift. Available at faithinnature.co.uk.

I'm a big fan of Natures Purest. If I had to sum up their items in one word, it would be: quality. I love their new Christmas range, they are selling an array of adorable items (like the ones above) that are just perfect for babies who are celebrating their first ever Christmas! Have a look here: naturespurest.co.uk.

If you haven't heard of these, or tried these on your baby. I would recommend you do. They are priced at just a couple of pounds on Amazon, so really not much at all, especially for what they do and how much time they save. Basically, they are there to keep your babies socks on, and that is exactly what they do. I can't tell you how many times Ethan's socks fall off a day, but with these on they stay on, all day. I love them! Have a look here: sockons.co.uk. Oh, and they also dribble-ons, which are lovely brightly coloured cotton bibs. 

 Sainsburys are a fabulous place to look for baby toys. Their Grow and Play range of toys are really good and they have lots to choose from, including (1.) Pour & Play Pirate Pete for bath time fun (£9.99) (2.) Funny Caterpillar, a pull along caterpillar whose patterns' spin (£5.99) (3.) Touch and Feel soft blocks, to help aid motor skills in babies as well as provide hours of fun! (£7.99) and (4.) Betsy Butterfly sort and stack, the perfect way to encourage colour and shape recognition (£6.99). It's well worth having a look at the Sainsburys website for more great baby toys.

Will you be buying for a baby's first Christmas this year?


  1. I love the Betsy Butterfly shape sorter. I've done all my shopping but I have family that keep asking what they should buy so thanks for the idea! xx

  2. The organic baby products from Tiddly Pom look adorable, my nephew has severe eczema..did she find it helped at all? id be very interested in them :) x lovely post! xx