I feel so rushed this year for Christmas! It’s just go, go, go all the time, and I’ve been squeezing in Christmas shopping here and there. One person I love buying for though, is Harry. At almost 20 months old, he’s at the age where he’s into all the fun toys and I’ve really enjoyed thinking about what he will love for this first ‘proper’ Christmas.
These are just a few of the things I think Harry will love this Christmas:
For his first birthday, we got him the Toot Toot Drivers Garage, and eight months later he is still loving it so much. However, it doesn’t have many ramps for the cars to shoot up and down, which is why this Parking Tower is an ideal addition to the garage. It sings songs, has a huge spiral track and sliding ramp, 6 interactive Smart Point locations for the Toot Toot vehicles and is attachable to his current garage. Pretty confident this toy will be a hit with Harry!
Harry can feed himself pretty well now. He enjoys the independence of it all, and copying what we do. So I thought he would enjoy having his own ‘big boy’ Plate, Mug, and Cup from Cath Kidston. This ‘Cowboy’ range is so cute and I know how hard wearing this little set will be.
Not the most traditional of Christmas presents but Harry recently got a duvet and pillow for his cot. He’s loving snuggling into the pillow and chatting to the dinosaurs on his current duvet cover. He will love the little foxes on this Urban Fox set from Kiddies Kingdom. 100% cotton and really soft, it will go perfectly with his blue bedroom.
This personalised book from Lost My Name absolutely beautiful. Excellent quality and completely personalized with Harry’s name throughout, with his address and satellite images of his home city towards the end! He might be slightly on the young side for this book, but he has recently started saying his own name and is gaining a real sense of self at the moment. I know he will love this book for years to come and be so excited when he realises it is all about him!
Harry has had his fair share of trips to the doctors in his time. He has to take inhalers and the usual cold medicines and he is NOT the easiest patient sometimes! We thought this little doctors set might help him overcome his fear of the doctors and reluctance to take his medicine! He loves any sort of role play toy, so this should hopefully interest him and help his understanding.
These soft, cuddly bean bag toys are perfect stocking fillers and the Santa and Rudolph editions will make lovely little Christmas decorations for Harry. He is just starting to understand what Christmas is all about and these will help him as he works it all out.
I hope you and your little ones have a great Christmas!