I love putting together my kids’ stockings, there is so much cool stuff to buy. I have made a list below of my favourites – that reminds me, I’d better get ordering!

Snot Plush from Smyths

Mia Bookmark from Ciao Bimba

Dinosaur Soft Toy Knitted Strip T-Rex from Best Years

Christmas Morning Letters from Polar Post

Dinosaur Dominoes Mini Game from Orchard Toys

 

Chicken Out Card Game from Gibsons

Heart Hairclip from Marie Chantal

Star Wars Mini Darth Vader Scriball from Mitre

Snowball Battle Pack from Toys R Us

Plush Dino Snap Band from The Natural History Museum

Dinosaur Torch and Projector from The Natural History Museum

The Boy with His Head Stuck in a Book from Amazon

Eeboo Good Little Citizens Work Together Elephant from John Lewis

Zuru Fidget Cube from The Works

WowWee Fingerlings Monkey Assortment from Argos

Crazy Aarons Thinking Putty Super Lava from Poppets

Alphabet Christmas Flash Cards from The Jam Tart

Hatchimals Colleggtibles 4 Pack and Bonus from Smyths

Flower Rainbow Bracelet from Rockahula Kids

Disney Firefly Star Wars Kylo Ren Lightsaber Toothbrush from Boots

LEGO City 60158 Jungle Cargo Helicopter from John Lewis

T-Rex Bag Charm from Rockahula Kids

 

Little Bug Bingo from Orchard Toys

Ballerina Doll Pink Crochet from Best Years

Fidget Mokuru Suzaku Red from Smyths

L.O.L Suprise Little Sister from Smyths

Les Demoiselles De Doudou ~ Noelle Peche from Lucy and Belle

Rubik’s Cube from Smyths

Hot Wheels Cars, Packs of 5, Assorted from John Lewis

Unicorn Squeeze Popper from Wicked Uncle

Paw Patrol Pup and Badge from Toys R Us

Junior Dipsticks Describe It from Talking Tables

My First Bananagrams Game from JoJo Maman Bebe

About The Author

Christina Walter
Product Features Editor & Blogger

Christina Walter is our product features editor and researcher here at My Baba. She's Ellie's sister, and mum to 4 year old George, and 2 year old Maisie. Besides finding and testing out the latest products and reporting back to our readers in the shape of My Baba's awesome product feature columns, Christina shares her amusing day-to-day experiences of family life.

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