Updated: October 2018
You may be thinking, why would you need stocking stuffers for a baby, it’s a waste of money. However, I want to start the tradition when my daughter is a baby, start as you mean to go on. I also find it tough to think of ideas, so I’m hoping I can provide some inspiration if you are checking out this post.
The stocking stuffers we will pick for our 9-month-old are below. Where possible I have a link to Amazon*, to make it easy for you to view the costs associated.
To see what Christmas gifts we purchased for our 9-month-old baby and what gifts she received from family, check out this post here.
Stocking Stuffers for a 9-month-old
Sippy Cup – https://amzn.to/2ELt6kp
Ava has just started to use a sippy cup. I want to purchase another type she has yet to try. I have chosen a Nuby Grip & Slip cup. It is BPA free. The durable handles are designed for small hands and are comfortable and easy to hold.
Glow in the Dark Soothers – https://amzn.to/2CHTHMA
We use the MAM brand of soothers. We especially love the glow in the dark range. They glow in the dark, making it easy for baby and parent to find at night. The symmetrical orthodontic nipple is sized and shaped for baby’s developing mouth.
Bath Toys – https://amzn.to/2EPaXSE
Our daughter loves her bath time. It’s only right we purchase new toys for her to play with during bathtime. The set includes 26 letters (A-Z), and 10 numbers (0-9). The foam is soft, durable, and non-toxic. They float in water and all letters and numbers stick to bathtub or wall when wet.
A small treat
I’m still unsure if I will buy her a treat or make some cranberry and banana muffins. Decisions, Decisions.
Our daughter now has two bottom teeth, the top two teeth will be through any day (i hope). We are including a toothbrush to get her in the habit of brushing from an early age 🙂
Books, books & more books – http://tidd.ly/25cc5eeb
I’m an avid reader and I hope our daughter follows suit. I’ve purchased new board books for her stocking. Let’s be honest, they are going to end up in her mouth and be chewed, board books will last longer. The selection we will choose are:
Chocolate Mousse for Greedy Goose: http://tidd.ly/cb3f1034
Hippo has a Hat: http://tidd.ly/9aafcf79
We are a family: http://tidd.ly/9ff3f522
My learning library: http://tidd.ly/322dd108
That is everything for my 9-month-old’s stocking this Christmas. I look forward to her reaction (or lack of) on Christmas morning. I truly hope this is a new tradition for our family and look forward to many more years of stocking fun.
Need some inspiration on stocking stuffers for 1-2-year-olds, check out this post here.
I have a range of Christmas posts, you can check out here.
Until next time…
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