The Christmas List of Kids Gifts

It is quite difficult to find something that might like to kids, especially if they are your friends' children and you don't know them very well. Letters to Santa have been posted already and when you have to look for something to give to a nephew or friend's child I know that it can be tricky. I've found few items that might solve the problem.
Cath Kidston has got so many ideas for kids that reaches all the budgets. Vintage style toys, clothing, stationery. You name it and you will find it at Cath Kidston. A mug could be a nice idea, especially if you fill it with some treats like chocolate or sweets or even some nice pencils. In case ask the mother what could be the best choice for filling up the mug with something that it won't harm the child (read too many sweets or some food allergy).
These lovely Nipper Slipper at Joules will be great for a newborn child or up to 18 months. This kind of things are never enough because  most of the times kids clothing are in the washing machine, so a nice change is always welcomed.

 The Magic Door Store has been selling these lovely little
doors since 2013 giving a little magic to children  just sticking the brightly coloured doors  on top of the skirting board. With the Magic Door, children can welcome fairies and elves in the house and the website is full of nice accessories like a pouch for the tooth fairy. You leave the pouch outside the door and the morning after a nice token can be left without having to squeeze your hand under the child's pillow in order to place the gift from the tooth fairy. Check on the website for more colours and if you order by the 20th of December you can receive your order before Christmas.
A lunch box is like a handbag for a  woman, you want to have something nice with you all day. This "Katie goes to London " lunch bag is sold at the National Gallery shop, features the old Routemaster and it is made of  a material easy to wipe clean. Two zips close the bag and there is a carry handle. This one can be filled with "Katie in London " stationery and the book sold as well at the gallery shop.
Let's stay at the National Gallery shop for this Special Edition of the Monopoly game board where the kids can play at building up an art collection, investing in the cafe' or shop and mainly, learning about the masterpieces that are on display at the National Gallery. It could be even an occasion to go and visit and maybe see if they can spot the paintings they were playing with on the game. I am quite tempted to buy it for myself.
This My First Disney Princess  Magic Hair Glow Rapunzel is suitable for kids 3 to 9 years old and it is sold at Tesco. The doll has got hair that magically glows when brush it and she sings " I See The Light". Batteries are included and I'm sure it will be one of the top toys for this Christmas.
When you are stuck for ideas, especially for new born babies just remember that they get changed during the days at least 5 times, so a supply of socks will be a godsend. These sweet little socks are from M & Co and they are sold  in packs of two pairs. This is a nice stocking filler  or they can be added to a gift as a symbol to celebrate the the baby's  first Christmas.
The Perfume Shop has thought of children with a nice range of gift sets. This Paw Patrol Gift Pack contains a EDT spray and a plastic cup with straw and they are inside a lunch bag. It is a nice gift, makes feel the kid a grown up because maybe mum or dad received a perfume as well.
Lala & Bea Christmas pudding beanie hat is made of 100% merino wool and it is available in two sizes : Baby up to 2 years old and Child up to 8 years old. It is a very festive hat and all the products at Lala & Bea are made in Britain.


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