The stockings are hung by the chimney with care...but what on earth are you going to put in them? We know that the littlest gifts often take a backseat to the presents under the tree, so we're more than happy to help you with some ideas for this year's stocking stuffers. After all, we know you'd rather be spending time playing with the kids than figuring out what to buy them. These tiny treats are sure to make the tiny tots in your life (and even you) squeal with joy.
Better than the average pacifier, these perfect little plugs are adorned with a plush animal for easy snuggling. They certainly won't have any trouble with nap time or bedtime anymore, which makes things even more jolly for Mom and Dad!
9. In My Nest Puppet Book
There's no better holiday activity than diving into a good book. Why would it be any different for the kids, especially when that book happens to be full of pop up puppets? With more titles available such as In My Garden, In My Meadow and In My Pond, they'll be able to engage in a story time filled with nature, animals and fun.
8. Lovie Blanket
These plush "blankies" are every little tike's best friend. Lovies make the perfect snuggle buddy for naps, car and stroller rides. Plus, with so many different fuzzy animal friends to choose from, it's sure to become a necessary part of sleepy time.
You love her jewelry and headbands yourself, but now our special friend at Vintage Gypsy has created a line of headbands just for the little princess in your life. Cupcake Gypsy brings bright colors and cute crochet to top your baby girl's head. It's never too early to start accessorizing, after all!
6. Complete the Picture Book
Help them get in touch with their inner artist with pages upon pages of backgrounds to draw and color in a special and unique way. This book encourages creativity with its 48 sheets of heavy weight paper and various scenes. It's perfect for pencils, marker, paints and crayons.
5. Jellycat Animal
These plush, colorful animals will be the perfect addition to the toy box. They feel like a soft blanket, and are sure to be your little one's new snuggle buddy.
4. Toy Caddy
To Grandmother's house you go...but how on earth will you transport all of the new toys? This canvas tote is just the right size to carry a few of their favorite things without adding too much bulk for you to carry. What a great way to keep them (and you) organized!
3. Skip Hop Plates and Bowls
Make mealtime fun with animal inspired plates and bowls. Not only are they colorful, but they're durable. While they may not be able to play with their food, they sure will enjoy eating out of an owl or zebra dish.
2. Nursing Cover
This one's for you, Mom. We know that covering up with a boring blanket during feeding time is not always the most stylish (or functional) way to accessorize your outfit. So, we're here to provide you with a much more fashionable and workable option. These nursing covers come in a lightweight material that covers while still remaining cute. Choose the color and pattern that you fancy, and nursing will become even more of a breeze!
1. Hooded Bath Towel
The kids will be more excited than ever about taking a bath once they see these fun animal themed wraps. Let them dress up as their favorite zoo friend as you rest assured that their damp little bodies don't catch a chill.
-The Girls at Itty Bitty Bella