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Sunday, 20 December 2015

Baby's First Christmas: Gift Guide


I have withered on and on about baby BMB so you can imagine that I am rather excited about the first Christmas with her. No doubt she will be more interested in the wrapping than the actual gifts, but that hasn't dampened my enthusiasm for coming up with a baby's first Christmas gift guide, or stopped my shopping!

Of course a little winter outfit had to go under the tree, how cute is this little penguin dress and leggings?  It will keep her all snug in January and beyond. (£12 Mothercare)




The other clothing item going under the tree is this cute star covered baby grow (£16 JoJo Maman Bebe) the embroided stars are beautiful and the JoJo sleep suits are super soft and really good quality, I loved the ones she had when she was tiny.



To keep her cozy when it does get chillier outside, this super cute fur bobble hat from Toastie Pig will be just perfect - being made out of superfine alpaca it is just so soft (£35 Toastie Pig). The beautiful wrapping and gift box makes it a perfect present to boot. I have a similar grown up one, so we can have matching hats for our boxing day outing.



If you read my blog, you'll know I have a bit if a thing for everything from The White Company. I have only recently discovered they do baby toys as well as there amazing clothes! My fave is this animal stacker (£35 The White Company), all the rings are soft and cuddlerly and either rattle or circle, so are toys in themselves even if staking them doesn't happen!




Both Grandma's couldn't wait for Christmas and made their main pressie purchases early, A stoke high chair came back in September which has been amazing (I'll blog about this another time) and at the end of November over a glass of bubbles my mother in law bought Sophie this beautiful wooden rocking horse from The Little White Company (£95) which will look just gorgeous in her grey and white nursery. I just can't wait to have her playing with him!


Although I don't think anyone needs any help choosing pressies for babies (I find it way too easy shopping for little ones!) I hope this has got you in the festive mood!

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