I recently gave you a round-up of my favorite Christmas treats, and this time around I’m showing you some great kids’ toys. Some of these I have for Pixie already, some are on my (her) wishlist…

Christmas Gift Guide: Toys

 

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  1. Lost My Name Personalised Book, Lost My Name
    I love the concept of these beautifully illustrated books: personalised to your child using the letters of their name. Available in a gorgeous keepsake box. Enter below to win your own, up to the value of £20!
  2. Train set, Tesco
    Pixie loves a train. If a house move comes to fruition I’ll definitely be treating her.
  3. Marlowe personalised Christmas sack, The Handmade Christmas Co
    These are fab! I grew up with a pillow case, and by contrast this is a little piece of rustic magic. Enter below to win your own!
  4. VTech Toot-Toot Drivers Garage aand Truck, Tesco
    Proof  that gender-specific toys are a joke, Pixie also loves playing ‘cars’. (Check out the rules of this game.)
  5. Fisher Price Dance and Move BeatBo, Tesco
    I believe this is ‘old news’, as in it was very big last year. But I wasn’t aware of them until recently, and if you don’t already have one then they’ll make a great gift for your little one this Christmas.
  6. Book subscription, Bookabees
    I’m very big on books for children, so I love the idea of this. A subscription service whereby you’re sent a selection of books based on your child’s preferences. They can then be returned or purchased if they become cherished. Enter below to win your a 3 book subscription for 3 months!
  7. My First Disney Princess Magic Hair Glow Rapunzel, Tesco
    Pixie is not a complete tom boy – she would adore this.
  8. Minjal 4WD, Minjal
    And this! Probably most of all. (Shame we’ll be keeping this one at Nanny’s house due to lack of space at home. Darling, if you’re reading, we really need to make that move…) Enter below to win your own!
  9. Child’s sleep sack, SnuggleSac
    Pixie is a bit of a pain at bedtime, in that she won’t go to sleep without me cuddling her. It’s not exactly a chore, but I’ll admit it does get in the way of other – more boring, but essential – chores around the house. It is my hope that the novelty of one of these may help her transition into a bigger bed, a bigger bedroom – and my bigger girl. Here’s hoping. Enter below to win your own!
  10. Wall print, Colour Their Day
    If your little one loves bright, bold colours but you’re not yet ready to paint the walls headache inducing hues, these prints are a fantastic alternative. Enter below to win your own personalised A4 print!

I’m sure you’ll agree these are some wonderful gifts, and I’m excited to announce that I have giveaways running for SIX of them! For your chance to win, simply enter below.

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I was gifted many of these items to be featured in this gift guide.

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An award-nominated blogger and author, Kate is an experienced breastfeeding advocate, and expert baby sleep chaser. Her writing has appeared on Mothercare, Huff Post, and BritMums.

6 Comments

  1. Ruth Harwood Reply

    All the tweets are the same – think there may be an issue with that!!

    • Kate Tunstall Reply

      Oh no! Thank you so much for letting me know. All fixed now.

  2. What a fab gift guide. My daughter got The Girl Who Lost her name book last year, it’s such a lovely keepsake x

    • Kate Tunstall Reply

      Thanks Gina! Glad you like it. The book really is lovely. X

  3. Julie Nelson Reply

    Hello kate, these are the perfect christmas gifts for my daughter. She will go crazy with these toys.This christmas I will gift it to my daughter.Thanks for sharing these blog.

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