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Monday, 16 November 2020

My Little Christmas Gift Guide 2020

 My Little Christmas Gift Guide 2020


Christmas is finally on it's way and with Just 39 Day to Go, I am Excited!

I love the build up to Christmas, more than the actual day itself these days, as it's the fun of choosing the gifts for all your loved ones that really brings out my Christmas Spirit. I've had lots of extra time on my hands this year due to being at home for an extra few weeks so I've tried to put it to good use by trawling the internet to find you the best of the best gifts. 

My children haven't asked for any toys this year as they're getting too old to play with toys now, or so I am told so I haven't included any toys in this Gift Guide. Sorry about that, but there's lots of other gifts for older children and adults that you may find yourself interested in.

You may notice I've added a few baby gifts into my gift guide this year, and no I'm not pregnant. It's simply because I'm so excited about my first baby grandson who should be joining us just in time for Christmas Day this year, he's due on the 19th December.

My first Gift is the gorgeous Baby Boys Hamper - Large from the Baby Hamper Company.


 It costs £40 and comes beautifully gift wrapped, all ready to hand over at Christmas. Inside the hamper, there's a beautiful selection of gifts for your newborn. There's a sweet sleepsuit in grey stripes and another bodysuit with a sweet slogan 'Boy oh Boy' blazoned across it. There's a matching newborn grey Knotted Hat and a bicycle print Aden & Anais Muslin square. And last but not least, there's a gorgeous rattling Knitted Octopus in blue stripes.

It's a delightful gift that anyone who's just had a new baby would love.

My second gift is this practical and rather lovely Shnuggle Bath from Kiddies Kingdom


The Shnuggle Bath in White with a Grey Backrest is on offer right now and costs just £21.49. The Shnuggle bath has been carefully crafted to provide a safe and secure place for to bath your baby, making it more comfortable and enjoyable for baby and less stressful for you. It's just what every mum needs, as after having 3 babies myself, bathtimes were my biggest struggle. I wish I'd had something like this when my three were little, it would have helped so much. I love the idea that it can be used anywhere you like or in the bath too.

My third gift also comes from Kiddies Kingdom - the Avent Fast Bottle Warmer


Costing £35, he Philips Avent SCF355 Bottle Warmer, will guarantee a gentle and even warming of bottled milk and baby food. Usually taking about 3 minutes, the SCF355 is simple to use, twist the dial to your chosen setting, there are options for defrosting, small bottles, baby food and big bottles. Because the SCF355 ensures an even distribution of warming you can be confident that your baby's food or milk won't have any "hot spots". All Avent bottles and baby food containers are suitable for use with the SCF355 and included inside the box is a helpful warming guide to help you get the right time every time. Practical and Handy.

My fourth gift is the last baby gift, this Red Christmas Baby Romper from Mother.


Costing £20, it's so lovely and nothing says Christmas more than a festive red romper suit. The picture above has been provided from the Mother website as I couldn't get a sample to show you in time but I didn't want to leave it out of my gift guide as it's just the prettiest little suit. It's available in four different sizes from newborn all the way up to 12 months and can be personalised too. I've ordered one with my grandson's name on it and can't wait to see it.

My fifth gift is one for the gadget lovers, the JAM’s TWS Athlete earbuds.


You can experience true wireless freedom with these JAM’s TWS Athlete earbuds. Offering up to 6 hours of playtime (or 30+ hours when you use the rechargeable case), they’re ideal for getting your sweat on virtually anytime. The ultra flexible ergonomic ear hook design moves with you, so they won’t shake off during an intense workout and make hands free calling even more comfortable and convenient and I have to say, they look pretty awesome too. Costing £49.99 these are one of my more expensive gifts but they are really cool. These are available to buy from the Jam Audio website and Amazon. Defo one for my nephew.

My sixth gift is another one for the gadget lovers - this Joby FreeHold Universal Kit.


The Joby FreeHold Universal Kit is a Multi functional finger loop, phone grip with accessories for your mobile phone. It helps to hold the phone securely and connects the phone to the flexible arms and tripod to give you a more hands free usage. It's perfect for teens like mine who are always trying to balance their phone in different places when taking Tik Tok videos. It cost £26.95 and sticks to most phones and cases which allows you to hang, grip and stand your mobile phone using the flexible leg attachment. It's a bit of a quirky gift but teens will love it. This one's been put away for Santa to bring on Christmas Day for my teen.

My seventh gift is an edible one - a Christmas HARIBO Hamper.


The Haribo Sweets Gift Christmas Hamper Box is currently selling for £15 on Amazon and comes jam packed full of HARIBO treats. Inside the festive box, there's: Haribo Balla Stixx, Haribo Jelly Beans, Haribo Giant Trees, Haribo Chamallows Marshmallows, Haribo Dummies Z!ng and Haribo Squidgy Strawbs. With No artificial colours - Kids and grown-ups love it so!

This one's going to be shared with the whole family.

My eighth gift is something for the car - Lynx Car Air Fresheners from Halfords. 


Prices range from £1.99 to £7.99 so these make really great stocking fillers. There's lots of fragrances to choose from and lots of differents styles too which is something I love. We have these in our car and I have to say, they do smell pretty good and last for a good while too.

That's eight little Christmas gift ideas that hopefully will give you some ideas of your own.

Merry Christmas Everyone x

Disclosure: This Gift Guide includes PR Samples but Opinions expressed are 100% Honest.

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