There have been many posts for us adults here on Glambeautys but I’m yet to do a full gift guide on children’s gifts so that’s what we are going to do today. I have found it a lot easier this year buying for little Vin, with him being nearly two it’s much more fun to buy for him as he understands toys more and really enjoys them especially toys he can interact with and get creative. I must admit I keep seeing lots of gifts that I’d love to buy him but he is still a little too small for so next year I’m bringing out the big guns and going all out. This guide will include gifts for children of all ages not just chatty little toddlers.
OK so first up we have a great little watch from Shadestation
, Vinny has been obsessed with clocks lately because whenever he goes to his granddads he spots a clock in his room and always demands to play with it. Ever since he discovered this clock he has been clock obsessed, he shouts ‘tick tock’ every time he sees a clock or someones watch and it literally keeps him occupied for ages, although this is a little old for him I thought it would be nice to get him his own watch. It will be great for when he gets a little older and we start teaching him how to tell the time and I adore the design, so cute!
Ever since Vinny lost his favourite Rabbit toy he has become more open to having other teddy comforters, I put him to bed every night with a teddy bear of his choice and I thought this would be the perfect addition to his teddy collection. Henri Dog is the softest toy ever, he actually is suitable from birth so this would make the perfect gift for a new mum for her baby and or a toddler like little Vin. The soft fabrics are going to be very snuggly when Vinny takes him to bed and I can imagine super comforting, adorable!
Crayola Doodle Magic Colour Mat £19.99
If you have a creative one on your hands then you should definitely check this out, the My First Crayola Doodle Magic Colour Mat is perfect for children age 3 and over it’s a huge roll out mat that they can simply doodle like normal on then wipe away with the colour eraser just like magic! I really love that it can be used either on the floor or hung up on the wall, it also has inbuilt storage so everything is kept together nicely. Your little one can really get creative with these watercolour pens, amazing!
I don’t know about your little one but Vinny adores a bath and loves bubbles even more so when I saw this Bath Fun Bubble Blower from Munchkin I knew he had to have it. The cute penguin design would be perfect for little boys and girls, theres a strong suction cup which mounts firmly to the wall so all you need to do is add some bubble solution and let the penguin do the work! Another great thing about this machine is that you can use it outside too, the bubbles blow up so you don’t have to worry about bubbles getting in your little ones eyes and I’m sure they will be wanting to stay in the bath for hours once they receive this, it’s the perfect gift if your baby loves the bath and even if your baby hates the bath because after having fun with these bubbles they will feel at ease and enjoy bath time much more.
Philips Sonicare Kids Toothbrush £49.99
This toothbrush is something that would be perfect for any 4 year old+ obviously Vinny isn’t quite as advanced with the toothbrushing situation but I can imagine he will love this when he gets older. I really love how Philips have made this personal for the child, it comes with a huge range of stickers they can use to really make it their own. The toothbrush has been designed to introduce your children to good brushing habits, it has a built in timer that gradually increases length of brushing time over 90 days, to recommended time of 2 minutes which is a fantastic way to ease your children into a new routine. The quadpacer with fun sounds makes brushing fun, and helps them know when to move onto the next quarter of their mouth for a thorough overall clean. Such a great idea and currently on offer!
What will you be buying your little on this year? Have you finished your shopping yet?
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