I am an absolute Christmas present fanatic and spend all year long thinking and purchasing gifts to make it super special, over the last few years I have been super lucky to review some amazing things and have decided to share some of the amazing things that have been on my list for this year or I have reviewed over the last few years that I would recommend to my family and friends so I also thought I would share them with you too my dear readers.
So if you are only just at the beginning of your Christmas gift search or you have in fact you are like me and buy gifts all year round but are still looking for some inspiration for the last few … here are a few ideas that just might help.
2, Globber My Free 2C Scooter
Another of our reviews this year featured the Globber Mr Free 2C Scooter and I have to say its been a firm favourite with Joshua since day one. It was easy to put together and he has come on in buckets full with this scooting confidence since it arrived.
We loved the fact that the price tag attached to this beauty was not astronomical and the fact he has been
hammering loving it to bits for the last 5-6 months and the Globber My Free 2C Scooter its still going strong, I have no doubt that with the ability for this to grow in size we will be loving this for some time to come too!
3, Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer and New 3DS XL Console
The Nintendo ‘New’ 3DS is a certain highlight on Joshua’s Christmas list this year along with several others in his class so after being privileged to try and review the ‘new’ 3DS out when it was first released into the UK being a Nintendo Family Blogger we adored its retro feel and super funky new abilities … not least to change the cover plates on the console so you could customise your console!
This Christmas Nintendo have released several super fun bundles like the slightly addictive Animal Crossing, Happy Home Designer bundle that tests your little designers skills at building the world around them!
4, Play-Doh Cupcake Celebration
No matter what set we have come across it would be fair to say you can’t go wrong with Play-Doh there is something quite consuming about the stuff that no matter what age its a hit (including my husband aged 34) a few months back we reviewed the Play-Doh Cupcake Celebration set and Joshua loved it .. With so many options for the toppings he was in his element.
This Cupcake Celebration set is more than reasonably priced at £14.99 and it comes with the tubs of Play-Doh included!
5, Thermos Flasks
For us the winter months are great for exploring the outdoors and it really is a case of there is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing. So keeping warm when we adventure is always important so investing on some funky Thermos flasks for hot drinks or soups is a great idea … would be great teamed up with an IOU to go on a trip out!
6, Moochies Watch
There is a full review on these coming soon but I have to say these are a fairly new concept and I for one am loving the independence these can give to children who are just learning about responsibility and freedom.
The watch is ultimately like a mobile phone although with nowhere near the complexities of a phone, it is a watch, GPS and phone with less stress and anxiety, as it works really simply with 2 buttons for pre programmed numbers so your child can call you, the GPS in the watch means you can see on the app where your child is and it even had programmable safe zones for when your child gets a little older and you are allowing them the freedom to walk places on their own!
Moochies is certainly worth considering for those with children who are just starting out on their journey into responsibility and freedom!
7, iCandy MiPeach Pushchair
Who says Mum has all the pushchair loving fun? … Not me! This year iCandy launched its brand new iCandy MiPeach Pushchair in bubblegum pink and royal colour ways and I have to say I am super in love!
Not only do I have the Royal iCandy Peach on my wish list for my current baby bump due in early 2016 but with the attention to details on the child size option there was nothing not to love and I have no doubt lots of boys and girls this year will be featuring this beautiful crafted toy on their Christmas Lists!
8, Lego Junior
Is my finally entry onto this list and I have to say its high on Joshua’s list again this year, Lego really does go from strength and are as well loved today as they were years ago!
Lego Junior is the first stage or “normal” size bricks so is deal with its uncomplicated pieces and yet great build sets in lots of different budgets so idea for every purse this year!
So what do you think of the things on this list? Would you have little ones that would love these products?
If you are still looking for some inspirations why not check out the gift ideas from House of Fraser with their Top Toys for Children, I love some of their ideas for our Minion Gift Guide for our minion loving little fella!
Disclaimer: This is a collaborative post