Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Baby and Toddler
Over the past few weeks, we’ve released a ton of gift guides to help you fill your tree with gifts your littles will love. Now, if you are searching for stocking stuffer ideas for your baby or toddler, we’ve got you covered!
If you read our toddler gift guide post, you know we are taking a new approach with Christmas gifts this year and using this fun 4 category system.
Our stocking stuffer ideas take on this same concept. We’ve aimed to add more things that JUST toys!
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Alright, let’s get to the gift ideas!
We fell in love with the munch mitt when Nora was around 3 months old. Her poor little hand was so red and dry from constant chewing. We ordered her a munch mitt and she seemed to chew on that thing ALL day long. The textured silicone was like a little massagers for her gums! You can check out all the color options here.
These boats are so simple, yet they are such a hit at bath time. They stack, float and link up together. too. Available here.
Bath time is SO much more fun with these little tablets. You just drop one in under the running water and it turns your bath colorful! This is a great way to teach you toddlers their colors as well! Available here.
We can’t get enough of Hot Wheels in our house right now. Emmy loves making little tracks for them all over our house and they are a great toy to take on the go as well! Available here.
I don’t know what we would do without our snack catchers. They come just about EVERYWHERE with us. Some of Nora’s favorite snack for them are cranberry’s, puffs, cherries,m raising and goldfish! You can see all the color options here.
We were gifted a set of these stacking cups for Nora’s first birthday but they were a total hit with BOTH kids. Emmy would stack up them up and break them down over and over again! Stacking cups available here.
According to the Dental Health Foundation, you can begin cleaning baby’s teeth as soon as the first tooth appears. We have definitely found that starting the routine early is the way to go! Be sure to use a training toothpaste as adult toothpaste have ingredients that might not be safe for littles. The toddler toothbrush selection is HUGE on Amazon.
If baby is a little too young to take on taking brushing their teeth solo, the Banana Brush is a great alternative. Here’s one of my favorite photos of Emmy loving on hers banana brush. The silicon bristles also provide gum relief while teething! You can find the banana brush here on Amazon.
We cannot get enough of these animal knee-high socks! They are great for the colder months. There is also a TON of option here, including dinosaurs and monster socks! Shop all looks here.
Whether your tot is just starting to crawl or is on the verge of sprinting, the holidays is a great time to get them a new pair of shoes. Soft soled moccs, like these, are great for crawlers and those who are just learning to walk. For experienced walkers and those who are starting to move quickly, something with more arch support, like Stride Rite shoes, are great for their growing feet!
If your toddler is getting to the stage where they enjoy exploring their creativity through coloring, these jumbo crayons make a great stockings stuffer! The large share is not only easier for little hands to grasp, but they also don’t break as easily! Available here on Amazon.
O Ball toys are well-known for being the perfect toy for baby. The thin circles are perfect for little hands to grip and they are lightweight enough for even a young baby to shake around and carry. We loved the classic oBall Rattle when Nora was just about 4 months old and the car version is her favorite at 13 months old. You can find the oBall Cars here and at Target.com.
The Dimpl was the most popular toy of our Baby’s First Christmas Gift Guide. We were pumped to see it also comes in a mini version that fits perfectly in a stocking! You can find the Mini Dimple, along with all the other Fat Brain Toy Company products here.
Ro-sham-bo sunglasses are basically indestructible… even for your wild toddler! I’ve personally held a pair and twisted them every which way and there was NO breaking them! Available in a polarized option and dozens of colors here.
A girl can never have enough bows! Amazon and Etsy are fun of so many cute and colorful options! This bow pack available here.
Be sure to check out our other gift guides below: