11 Best Stocking Stuffers for Babies of 2020
Best Stocking Stuffers for Babies
October 26, 2020

Best Stocking Stuffers for Babies

Best Stocking Stuffers for Babies.
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These stocking-sized gifts are perfect for baby’s first holiday season.Best Stocking Stuffers for Babies

Babies may not understand all the hubbub about stockings, but a few small gifts can go a long way in a little one’s eyes. And let’s face it—nothing is cuter than watching your baby’s face light up while opening presents.

Baby stocking stuffers can be cute, of course, but they can also be useful and practical. From pacifiers and teethers to stuffies and books, we’ve rounded up our favorite baby-friendly stocking stuffers that are sure to put a smile on your little one’s face this holiday season.

Soft + Soothing

What would your little one love more—a lovey or a pacifier? How about both? This parent fave paci + plush all-in-one is not only easier for you to keep track of, but also easier for your little one to hold and keep in thanks to the cuddly stuffed toy that’s (safely) attached. Here’s to more silent nights this holiday season!

Functional and Fun

The design of this camping-themed teething toy is Insta-worthy, but you’ll also be happy to have it on hand when those little chompers start to come in.

Sensory Learning

The black-and-white images are perfect for newborns and younger babies with developing vision, while the colorful opposite side will stimulate older ones. Either way, each panel has a sensory option (think crinkles and ribbons) for extra fun.

Tech Time

Does your baby love your phone? Why not get them their own this holiday—one that’s made specifically for babies. Your little one will love how the phone flips open and “talks” when they press the colorful buttons. Keep in mind: the sound is low so baby can safely hold the phone to their ear and it won’t be too loud.

Cuddle Buddy

This ultra-soft, ultra-adorable bear makes a perfect first friend for your little. Made from silky-soft (and baby-safe) material, babies will love cuddling up to their lovey whenever they need a little extra comfort.

Wild and Warm

Sure, they’re double layered and fleece lined to keep tiny fingers warm, but what really gets us? The ah-dorable designs. This lion is too cute, but if felines aren’t your thing, there are dinos, sharks and unicorns, among others, as well.

A Holiday Momento

Looking for a themed gift to keep the holiday spirit going? These pretty swaddles have three different holiday prints and are made with lightweight and breathable cotton muslin that gets softer with every wash.

Rattle & Roll

Watch baby’s eyes light up when you hand over this bright, colorful animal rattle. The rounded, cage-like shape is great for grabbing, tossing and rolling back and forth. Teether beads and a fun rattling noise will keep your little one entertained with tons of tactile stimulation.

A Winter Story

A city is blanketed in snow, and everything is quiet. Only the crunch, crunch, crunch of snowy footsteps can be heard. This peaceful, simple story is perfect for you and your little one to snuggle up with on a chilly winter evening (even if you don’t get snow in the winter).

Cute and Cozy

This fleece beanie will keep your little one warm all winter, and it’ll look ridiculously cute in all your holiday photos. Pro tip: parents recommend using the Zutano size chart to determine your babe’s correct size by using a head measurement instead of an age range. And check out these matching booties for cozy toes too.

A Take-Along Toy

Keep your baby entertained on neighborhood strolls, or you can attach this to their activity gym for more fun. It plays a lullaby when they pull the animal out of their hiding spot, and the silky plush toy has crinkle paper inside to stimulate your baby’s senses.

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