I don’t know about you, but I always forget about stocking stuffers until the last minute. We really didn’t worry about them until a couple years ago, as it was the first Christmas we spent at home in years. But now James is really old enough to remember that Santa puts presents in the stockings. I also remember stockings being such a fun part of our Christmas mornings growing up. My mom always did such a bomb job on our stockings. There were always fun surprises in there that just felt super thoughtful and personalized. I want to do the same for my kids, so I have been researching the best stocking stuffers for toddlers, and I’ve found some really great ideas.
A few years ago, I got us all cute monogrammed stockings that I’m excited to hang and so I think it’s time I pick up my stocking stuffer game. As I mentioned, I’ve started my holiday shopping early this year, and I’ve already started shopping for holiday gifts for James and Charlotte. I have been scouring the interweb for cute stocking stuffers for toddlers, and I’ve found some really fun gifts that I think our kids will be excited to open on Christmas morning. From a mini baking set to bath toys and Paw Patrol band-aids (a win for mom and for James!), I’ve gotten super creative with ideas for stocking stuffers for toddlers. From some nontraditional but educational presents to unique gifts, here are my favorite stocking stuffers for toddlers and little kids.
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