I’ve already written a Christmas gift guide for myself (hopefully hubby’s had a look!) but I’ve been thinking about what I want to buy the girls in my family. I normally don’t struggle to buy for my mum etc, but in case you are struggling here’s some ideas for Christmas gifts, to help you out.
I don’t know about you but I find buying Christmas gifts for babies difficult. I’m not talking about newborns, I think I covered that in my newborn gift guide the other day. But 6 months up to just over a year. They are too young for most toys, but are probably over baby rattles and teddies.
I’ve had a think about the toys both of my boys loved playing with at that age and have listed them below for you. Would you add anything to this list?
Stevie’s back with another guest post. This time she’s sharing her ‘love’ for elf on a shelf…
We are getting closer and closer to christmas, and the one thing I’ve told myself to be is more organised! I’m never that bad (like mad dashing to the shops on christmas eve) but there is something I’m not looking forward to, something I’m putting off. Its those four words I’m dreading. Elf on a shelf.
Christmas is around the corner and I’m sure you’re all shopping around looking for the perfect Christmas gifts for the whole family.
If, like me, you’ve got several nieces and nephews to buy for, things can become a little expensive. With that in mind I’ve been thinking of gifts you can buy on a budget, that won’t cost you the earth, but will still put a smile on your loved ones face.
Buying for a newborn is easy right? Just buy them a set of sleepsuits and dribble bibs…
But with Christmas around the corner wouldn’t it be nice to buy then something a little different, but something equally as useful to the parents?
After having 2 babies at Christmas, albeit they weren’t newborns as they are Spring babies, I’ve come across some products that I love and recommend as newborn Christmas gifts, so thought I’d share them with your today.