Christmas Gift Ideas for Little Ones

Christmas? With plenty of adverts on the telly and shop windows brimming with enticing delights, choosing gifts for children can be overwhelming. So, we’re keeping it simple… With a good-old fashioned list of products we’re loving in the hope to inspire you this festive season!


Cookie the Dog


What’s your most treasured Christmas stocking filler memory? Was it the comforting sight of a cuddly toy peering over the top of your stocking as you opened one eye in the dead of night? Thought so. That’s why Cookie the Dog is on our Christmas gift list.

He’s always ready for a cuddle, with soft fur, a long body and floppy ears. We think Cookie makes a refreshing change to the traditional teddy bear!


Plush Toy


Tidy Toy Box


There is nothing worse than the sight of a child’s cluttered bedroom post-Christmas. Watching your children unveil their huge new collection of toys is endearing but wondering where on earth they’re going to store them is not.

The Tidy Toy Box features plenty of internal storage space for toys, and space on top as a shelf or bench. It’s even got wheels, making it easier for your little one to tidy their toys away after playing… (wishful thinking perhaps).

Feel like a present for yourself? Ok, maybe it is, but pop Cookie the Dog in there for a surprise and you’re covered.


The Tidy Toy Box


Tidy Magnetic Drawing Board


Invest in your child’s development by choosing play and learn pieces this Christmas. Choose items which will promote learning whilst your little one has oodles of fun.

The Tidy Magnetic Drawing Board features both a whiteboard and blackboard alongside a set of chalk, pens and an eraser: it’ll have them quietly starting on their masterpiece so you can sit back and watch their inner Picasso develop throughout the holidays. Both sides of the board are also magnetic, making it the perfect place for learning with magnetic alphabet cards or dominoes!


Tidy Magnetic Drawing Board


Mint Ball Pit


We can already picture their eyes lighting up as they rip the wrapping paper off of this one… Not only will this Ball Pit from Baby Ball Pits keep your toddler entertained for hours on end, but it’s also perfect for developing your baby’s motor skills.

Featuring non-toxic plastic balls and a soft sponge pit, you’re guaranteed oodles of safe fun from the comfort of your own home. Who needs soft play now?


Baby Ball Pits


Bunny Hooded Bathrobe


We’ve all heard about pyjamas being an essential part of your Christmas Eve box, but how about cosy bath robes?

Make bath time that little bit more fun, and adorable, with this MORI Bunny Hooded Bath Robe. Made from 100% organic micro cotton, it absorbs 250x more water than regular cotton! The hood will keep your tot extra toasty before bedtime.


MORI Bunny Hooded Bath Robe


Tidy Clothing Rack


Now – somewhere to hang up their fancy dress delights… The Tidy Clothing Rack encourages independence, with the petite frame putting clothing within easy reach of your child. They can easily grab their fancy dress costumes, Christmas Day outfit, or if you’re brave… dress themselves for a day at school! (we’re not promising you won’t see some wild clothing combinations…)

As well as the additional two shelves that make space for folded clothes or shoes, the Tidy Clothing Rack also features a fun height scale so your little ones can watch themselves grow.


Tidy Clothing Rack


Tidy Balance Board


A classic children’s toy will always bring joy at Christmas time. With a modern twist the Tidy Balance Board is crafted from Solid Australian Araucaria Wood.

This beautiful children’s Christmas gift was built with longevity in mind, a perfect gift to stimulate your child’s imagination and curiosity. It can also be used as a toy bridge, car track, or as part of an obstacle course.




Looking for more inspiration for products your children will love for their bedroom? Take a look at our blog post which talks you through choosing items for the bedroom that you AND your child will appreciate.


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