Quick gift guide! – Children & Babies 

Here is a quick run down of a handful of products for both children and babies that I think would make great presents!

Children 

Tangle* – Tangle is a fidget toy perfect for children (and adults) to play with on the go. Use it to see what interesting shapes you can make or use it to help you relax it is completely up to you. Tangle comes in lots of different colours and they are available from Smyths – £3.99

Mayka Toy Block Tape* – Available in almost every colour of the rainbow, this toy block tape can be used with Lego and other toy block brands. completely reusable so you can turn any surface in to a base for your blocks. Simply use scissors to cut to any length you wish. Available from Smyths – £6.99 – £14.99

Baby 

Halia Rose* – Halia Rose have created stylish silicone jewellery for when your little one is teething. Simply wear it round your neck like a regular necklace but with the added bonus of it being a safe, BFA free and 100% non toxic teether. Halia Rose teething jewellery both help your baby and are still stylish and can add a pop of colour to any outfit. Brilliant to help your baby when they have sore gums but also when they are starting to grab objects and start being curious of their surroundings. Available from Halia Rose – £15.99

Aden + Anais – Muslins are a must have for many reasons. They are so versitile so can be pretty much used for anything. But they are even  better when they are beautiful! Aden + Anais make gorgeous muslins. On their website there is so many patterns and sizes to choose from, you will be spoilt for choice! available from Aden + Anais



*Any product marked with * was sent to us to use in a gift guide*

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