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Stocking Stuffers Full of Joy
December 15, 2018 10:52 am | by
Give stocking stuffers that will make kids of all ages smile.

Christmas is almost here! Have you checked your list twice? If you still need to get some stocking stuffers, we have the perfect gifts to brighten Christmas morning.

Fidget Toys

Simple Dimpl is fun for little ones all the way up to grandparents. It includes a keychain so you can take it wherever you go. “Pop” the button over and over again for hours of surprisingly satisfying fun.

Simple Dimpl

Another great fidget toy from Fat Brain Toys is Whirly Squigz. These spinners have suction cups. In my house, we stick them to the table, dishwasher and bathtub. They are made of silicone and my teething baby has had some relief by chomping on them.

Magnet Fun

Tegu wooden magnetic blocks are another fun option that kids and parents alike can have fun with. I keep a pouch of Tegu blocks in the diaper bag to play with at restaurants. Other people always ask what they are where to buy them because my kids are always so engaged and it’s such a neat toy.

Tegu wooden magnets
Bath Toys

Bath toys live a hard life. I like to use Christmas as an opportunity to replace the old toys with fresh new ones. These Squirters are perfectly sized to be stocking stuffers.

Tiny Bags

Mini wet bags are the perfect size to tuck into a stocking. Littles can tuck their treasures inside to carry around. They’re also the perfect size for snacks.

bumGenius mini wet bag

Handheld Toys

Are you have a hard time deciding what to buy for your baby? Give them an adorable rattle they can cling onto.

Find the perfect stocking stuffers for babies, toddlers and kids of all ages!

About the Author

Julia joined Cotton Babies in 2016 as Executive Assistant to Jenn Labit. She’s the proud mama to a toddler and a baby. She and her husband also have 2 dogs, a cat, a turtle and a pet fish. Julia is a diehard Cardinals fan who loves spending time with her family, shopping, crafting, and binge-watching “The Office.”


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