Here is the second installment of my Christmas Gift Guide. This one is dedicated to Baby. Filled with toys, teddies and clothes – Stuck on what to get a baby for Christmas have a look here.
1. Fisher Price Discover ‘n Grow Jumperoo
Your little one will love bouncing around and playing in the Fisher Price Discover ‘n Grow Jumperoo. The Fisher Price Jumperoo encourages your little one to move around and develop their leg muscles by rewarding jumping with flashing lights, music and fun sound effects. Hayden had one and absolutely loved it.
2. Character Hooded Bath Towels
I first noticed these super cute bath towels at the Plusher event they are such great quality and originate all the way from Dallas, Texas. They have a mixture of different characters ranging from Santa to a pink bunny. Little ones will look super cute in these fresh out the bath.
3. Fisher-Price Apptivity Phone Case
The Laugh & Learn Baby iCan Play Case lets babies enjoy their very own apps while protecting your iPhone or iTouch! Simply place the Apple device into the case, twist the lock, and your device is protected. We had the pleasure of reviewing the captivity phone case and other Fisher-Price products too.
4. Mini Rodini Sweetheart Overall (SOLD OUT)
£80 **Get 20% OFF using code BBBLOG13**
This gorgeous heart filled overall by Mini Rodini has down touch padding and is both water-resistant and breathable making it the perfect choice for winter. This is one of our best sellers and we only have two left so be quick.
5. Lilly + Sid Knitted Baby Blanket
£24 – £35
Lilly and Sid’s award winning chunky unisex knitted baby blankets, are perfect for snuggling in cots and prams! 100% cotton thick knitted blanket.Size 85cm x 65cm.
You can find their blankets stocked in lots of lovely boutiques across the UK, their online shop and also Harrods!
Lilly + Sid donate a percentage of our profits to UNCIEF
6. Vtech Crawl & Learn Bright Lights Ball
£12.99 (Offer 3 for 2)
Hayden used this ball when he was leaning to crawl it was given to him by his Godmother – I highly recommend it. It’s an interactive, magic ball that moves on its own…catch it if you can special built-in motor activates to make the ball roll around, promoting crawling. Limited and controlled movements mean that the ball stops within reach. I mentioned it as Press the chunky buttons to hear fun music and animal sound effects. Transparent colourful buttons for a fantastic light up effect Teaches numbers, shapes, and colours and promotes motor skill development. Female singing voice helps children develop and familiarise with real sounds.
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