Wednesday 18 November 2020

Christmas Gift Guide 2020 - Children

As always I'm going to try and keep these to as many small businesses as possible - most of these are either things my kids have and love or businesses I have bought from. 

Blue Bowl - you could do all your Christmas shopping from this one shop, everything from stocking fillers to vintage books. 

Button & Squirt - we have three of these packs and a colouring box and the boys love them. Jack in particular likes to play a game of 'Can you find...' most Mondays when they other two go into school. They have great stocking fillers and toys and the customer service is fab. 

Bernie and the Beanpole - one of my favourite places to get the boys pyjamas. They last so well, are well sized and I love the patterns.  

Humphries & Begg - they do gorgeous things for grown-ups and now they also do clothes for littles. 

Bear & Babe- I love these for my boys, especially the rompers which sadly I now think mine are too big for though they all still wear their leggings. These are my go-to newborn baby present and gifts for godchildren.

Cotton Twist - great stocking fillers and also fantastic presents for posting. Easy to do craft kits at varying stages so there's pretty much something for all children here. 

Rex London - one of the first places i go to when I'm starting to do the boys stockings. Though it's not completely plastic-free there's lots of more eco-friendly options. 

Side table - I really love these and would love to get the Tiger one for Jack who is tiger obsessed and short on space in his bedroom. 

Mind Genius - this is a take on the MasterMind game from the 80s, which we still have and my 8 year old loves. This is a lovely, reasonably priced, wooden version. 

Story Cubes - dare i say it, fantastic and educational. These are fun because they suit most ages from about 2.5/3 up and are really great at helping the reluctant writer come up with stories. 

Moon light - I got my husband a little version of this (from Waterstones I think) and my kids love it. A lovely alternative to a nightlight. 

Millie Pink - lots of things but i'd say especially great for girls

Lush Bath Bombs - these are one of the most popular gifts in our house and not plastic waste. 

Petra Bose - really fun, colourful presents


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