This year, stocking filler shopping has been so much fun. Here are a few ideas, including some that Father Christmas will be delivering to my little ones, along with the traditional offerings of chocolate coins, walnuts and clementines of course. xx
Glitter gel to make your little one smile from ear to ear. Its not sticky and it comes off easily too. Add a little sparkle this Christmas.
Last year it was Bath Beans, this year they love Bath Sprudles. Balls of fun that turn the bath water a different colour and out pops a sponge animal. The simplest form of fun!
Offering an easy to use kit and an instruction manual from Nick Baker, wildlife extraordinaire, this safari is sure to provide hours of fun catching, identifying and examining the mini beasts in the garden.
Cant find the sell out toy for love nor money, (or don’t want to!), these mini eggs are the perfect, much more affordable stocking filler. The hearts change colour and the eggs hatch with 70 little characters inside.
You can’t go wrong with lego and this starter set is fantastic value so great for a stocking filler. Engage your boy in creativity and practise motor skills, as he builds the police scene.
Turn up the bed time fun with this torch. Projecting images of dinosaurs, sea creatures and wild animals on the ceiling, this is certain to become one of your little ones favourite toys.
All the craze at the moment, these smaller L.O.L surprise balls contain a little friend for your gorgeous girl. From sporty springers to fashionistas, watch your darling one’s face excite as she unwraps her new BFF.
With 12 different designs, your little boy can build and collect a selection of prop planes. These simple little gifts can create hours of fun.
One of the best stocking fillers is this easy card game. Just watch out, my girls get super competitive over it. Bring it on!
The newest take on a classic game, the rubik twist offers fun imaginative challenges. Turn a ball into a snake, a snake into a turtle, and more…
These magic pens are amazing. Write in ball point and erase any mistakes with the rubber end. Perfect for kids desperate to start writing in pen, but still working on spellings!
Girls of all ages love a new handbag and a festive one will be especially exciting for Christmas. We love Zara’s metallic range, but honestly there are lots of brands and options around.
These DIY flip books are such a fun little pressie, and engage children’s imagination with an introduction into animation. I’ve spent ages searching Dubai but can’t find them. You will have much better luck if you are living in the U.S.!
A finger printing set with ideas to combine your little ones imagination with their art work. Create cards and pictures that are personalised and special with your little ones prints!
These teeny TYs are the collectibles of the moment, and if your kid is into Paw Patrol, you can find beanies in all the characters too. Chase please!