Top 10 best Christmas gifts for babies 2019

Clementoni My First Interactive Racing Track £18.99 (Very)

Age 9 Months +

With realistic sounds and interactive cars, this race set helps teach numbers and cause and effect as the cars count the rides of the track. Nice and safe for little ones with the motor automatically stopping as cars are lifted from the track.

VTech Baby’s 1st Smartphone £12.97 (Amazon)

Age 6 Months

Babies just love to copy mum and dad and with this smartphone they can do just that. Call up their animal friends with sounds and phrases, this cute little phone is sure to please.

Button and Blue Teething Mittens £28 (button & Blue)

Age 6 Months +

A must for a teething baby on a cold day. Let them relieve their gums while staying warm with a cute little face on the gloves and string to make sure mitts don’t get lost.

Leapfrog Shapes & Sharing Picnic Basket £19.99 (Smyths Toys)

Age 6 Months +

Let them explore shapes, colours and sharing with this share sorting picnic basket. The interactive lid recognises the shape and colour of this 16-piece picnic set that includes 8 food items, 2 plates, 2 forks, 2 cups, 1 blanket and 1 basket

Hape Feed-Me Bath Frog £16.99 (Amazon)

Age 6 Months +

A happy frog who loves to eat in the bath. Your little one will learn shapes while taking their bath with this cute bath toy. Handy too as it can also be used to store other bath toys.

Bright Starts 5 in 1 Ball Activity Play Gym £59.99 (John Lewis)

Age birth +

Bright and engaging  with 20 minute of melodies, this 5 in 1 activity gym will keep your little one entertained from birth to toddlerhood, adapting as they grow.

Bright Start Get Rolling Activity Table £40 (Argos)

Age 6 months +

A jungle themed table with tons of activities to keep your little one amused. Over 60 songs and activities including a ball ramp, 4 languages, toucan piano, and a book that toggles from play mode to learning mode.

VTech My First Gift Set £17.99

Age 36 Months +

A ideal gift that is available in both blue and pink consisting of four sensory toys perfectly sized for your little one. Includes soft hippo teether, rattle and musical piano.

Lamaze My Friend Emily Clip on doll £13 (Argos)

Age Birth +

Clips on pushchairs and cots to ensure it’s never lost, the sensory toy is stimulating and teaches baby about textures and helps developing motor skills.

Lego Duplo My First Number Train Toy Building Set £10.00 (Tesco)

Age 36 months +

A colourful train to build and introduce numbers and counting. With chunky pieces that fit perfectly in little hands this set provides endless play possibilities.

Shout out to my fellow newborn photographer near me,  Jay Saunders from Jay Saunders Photography. She’s written a great blog this week all about her training journey so far. Training is so important as a newborn photographer so it’s fantastic to read. Head on over to her blog.

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