It’s your baby’s first Christmas, and even though the child is too young to understand the concept of Santa or anything else about the holiday season, you can still create a special stocking all about the little ‘un. Check out the following stocking stuffer ideas for baby’s first Christmas to enhance your holiday this year.
Bath toys tend to get slimy and gross in a very short amount of time. Purchase new rubber duckies and other new bath toys designed to make bathtime so much fun.
Sippy cups are something your baby will need as she gets older, so why not stock up on options now? Find fun sippy cups in bold colors to give your child later on. The little one will feel “independent” as she drinks out of a “big kid” cup.
As with bath toys, pacifiers are another baby item that get gross in no time. While it’s important to wean your baby off pacifiers as she gets older to avoid tooth and gum issues, pacifiers are still a soothing accessory helpful to crying or fussy babies.
Teething rings are necessary once your baby hits the 10-month mark. Find quality teething rings you can throw in your freezer to soothe your baby’s gums.
Stroller toys are great for keeping your baby occupied as you walk around town. They also work when your baby is in the car seat. Find options sure to dazzle your youngling this holiday season.
Board books are great for encouraging a love of reading, as they’re sturdy and won’t result in torn-out or ripped pages. Such books allow your baby to “read” by herself.
Other ideas for first Christmas stocking stuffers include hats, hair accessories, spoons and forks, and socks. Have fun!