Christmas is approaching fast, I feel like I have blinked and November has passed. I'm usually one of those super organised annoying people, who has brought all of her presents by mid-November, has the tree up and the presents wrapped. This year that just hasn't happened. Although I'm happy to say I have just finished Emily's Christmas presents, she now has everything we are getting for her.
Personalised Chef Outfit £21.00
Emily has recently took a interest in baking, and she loves to make cookies and cakes with me. When I saw this gorgeous personalised Chef outfit I knew she would love it. This fab little set from Papucci, it comes with a apron, chef's hat and oven glove. It is the perfect set for imaginative play, not only will it be great for baking but it will also be brilliant for role play while Emily is playing in her kitchen. The apron can be personalised with the Chef's name and is available in blue and pink. It also comes beautifully packaged in a little white box.
Christmas Stocking £1.00
There is nothing better than waking up on Christmas morning to a stocking at the end of your bed. I have found myself picking out lots of little presents for Emily which will make perfect stocking fillers. This beautiful stocking will be perfect for her, and it was only £1, bargain!
Wooden Pizza £6.00
As you may know Emily is getting a kitchen for Christmas, I have been buying her lots of different bits to go in her kitchen and when I saw this little wooden pizza I knew it would fit in with her other stuff perfectly. It has Velcro on the slices to keep them together and comes with a pizza cutter. I also love the fact it comes in a 'takeaway' style box.
Wooden Brum Brum Jigsaw £3.00
Emily can play with jigsaws for hours on end, she enjoys pulling the pieces out using the wooden pegs, and putting them back in the correct slots. This wooden jigsaw is well made and looks like it will last. The thing I love the most is the scenery behind each piece. For example the fire truck has a fire station behind it. I think it gives it that nice extra touch, and I know Emily will love it.
I recently reviewed these gorgeous slippers, you can see that here. These little slippers are gorgeous and would make the perfect gift. Emily loves these slippers, and constantly stops too look at the face on her slippers.
Emily's favourite thing is books, she will sit and read them all day if she is given the chance. This brightly coloured board book will make the perfect Christmas book, it is designed to appeal babies with simple, high-contrast illustrations, touchy-feely tactile areas, finger trails to trace, flaps to lift and music to play. I'm sure this is going to keep her amused for quite a long time. This is actually going to go into her Christmas book advent.
Finding a toy that will keep Emily's attention but is also strong enough to withstand the use and tantrums of a toddler can be pretty hard. WOW toys create battery free, high-quality, British designed, developmental toys. Emily loves vehicles and has recently started to show a interest in putting things inside her cars. I know that she is going to love this toy and I can't wait to give it too her.
Everything in this gift guide, Emily is receiving for Christmas and I can't wait to see her little face when she finds that Santa has left them for her. What is your child getting for Christmas this year?
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