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Top 20 Baby Stocking Stuffers

Top 20 Baby Stocking Stuffers

Opening stockings on Christmas morning is a classic tradition that’s fun for even the littlest members of your family. Here are 20 suggestions for baby-friendly stocking stuffers. Some are traditional, some are practical, and some are just for fun. Each will fit in that cute little stocking without breaking the bank.

Hint: Your little one’s favorite part of her stocking just might be the wrapping. If your baby is old enough to tear paper, choose a few of these gift ideas and wrap them in tissue paper to make them fun and easy to rip open.

Food & Teethers

Puffs or yogurt melts: If your little one is too young for candy and/or chocolate, consider a yummy container of puffs (bonus Christmas points for the awesome penguin packaging).

Mesh feeder: These awesome gadgets let you fill them with frozen fruits to cool your little’s gum, ease teething pain, and more!

Sippy cup or bottle – check out Dr. Brown’s Christmas bottles: Big kids aren’t the only ones that can get their special Christmas drink in a special cup!

Piece of fruit: Oranges are a traditional stocking stuffer around the world!

Teethers: You know your baby best, but something to chew on that is safe and comfortable is so crucial during those teething months! 

Toys & Books

Bubbles: What kid doesn’t love bubbles? From wands to pipes to everything in between, bubbles make everyone smile!

Bath toy: These toys will look adorable peeking out from the top of a stocking, and will be fun for months to come.

Indestructibles book or board book: Board books are a hit, no matter what time of year!

Small stuffed animal: Cuddly friends are always a hit around the holidays! Pick up a small stuffed animal and watch your child’s eyes light up!

Oball rattle: This one is safe for your little one as soon as they can grasp for a toy!

Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes or other musical toy: Sure, the constant sounds may make you a little loopy Christmas morning, but it will be worth it. Music encourages movement and is a great benefit to your little!

Giant jingle bell to shake: Your little one will get a kick out of this noisy, wonderful toy.

Post-It Notes: They’re like stickers you can write on and your kiddo will love them!

Clothing & Accessories

OnesieOpt for a long-sleeved onesie for the cold winter months. Onesies are a great way to let your style shine through. From silly to sweet, there is a onesie out there that is perfect for you!

Shoes: Is there anything more adorable that baby shoes (other than baby socks?). Pick up a pair they can wear now or a pair for the future. 

Socks: Chances are you’ve already lost more baby socks than you know you owned, so here is the perfect chance to pick up a few new pairs!

Bib: Make those holiday meals special with a special Christmas bib!

Winter hatKeep your little one warm in the cold winter months. Order a little large and make this stocking stuffer last a couple seasons!

Reindeer antlers or Santa hat: Perfect for all those holiday photos!

Ornament: You only get one first Christmas so commemorate it with a dated ornament!

Are stockings a tradition in your family? Share your own stocking stuffer ideas in the comments below!

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