Best Harry Potter Products for Babies and Toddlers in 2020
Best Harry Potter Products for Babies and Toddlers
January 15, 2020

Best Harry Potter Products for Babies and Toddlers

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Best Harry Potter Products for Babies and Toddlers

Are you a fan of the Wizarding World? Are you planning to share your love of all things Harry Potter with your little one? If raising a future Hogwarts student sounds like it might be the most exciting part of parenting, we don’t blame you. With so much Harry Potter stuff out there, it’s hard to not want to decorate the new nursery or playroom (or your entire house, really) with only the most magical items.

We’ve accio’d all the best Harry Potter baby and toddler products right here into this guide, so you can fill your baby’s world with magic from top to bottom and bib to crib. And why should kiddos get all the fun? We’ve snuck in some products for adults too!

For the Nursery

Get your nursery off to a good start with this positively enchanting bedding set. Owls, moons and stars decorate the crib sheet while a patchwork of House mascots, flying keys and other wizarding symbols fills the quilt. The crib sheet is made of 100% cotton so it’s soft and breathable, and the reversible hand-stitched quilt has metallic embroidery and can be personalized with baby’s name. Keep in mind: the crib skirt and decorative pillow aren’t available anymore.

Just like the real Hedwig, this lamp is noble and bright. The bronze finish feels more like a commemorative statue than a lamp, and it may become the focal point of your nursery’s decor.

This adorable mobile has all the Wizarding World characters watching over your little one. Choose five to seven characters, from the trio to Dobby to Moaning Myrtle (and even Voldemort). The mobile comes fully assembled, including a free music box—however, it only plays a generic lullaby. If you want the mobile to play the Harry Potter theme song from the films instead (we know you won’t be able to resist humming along), you can add it for $47.95.

When your toddler is ready to move to a big-kid bed, this set is perfect to keep the Hogwarts motif going. Since it’s a Bed in a Bag, the whole set is included in the price: a comforter with the Hogwarts crest, a fitted sheet and flat sheet decorated with tiny House monograms, and a pillowcase. It’s always a good idea to have a second sheet set (that first set will get dirty), and we love these House mascot sheets. If your child’s room is suited to something more cutesy, this Hogwarts Icons Twin Bed in a Bag Bedding Set features Harry, Ron, Hermione, Luna and Hedwig in adorable chibi form.

Many parents love aden + anais swaddles for their multipurposeness; they can be swaddles, burp cloths, nursing covers or just about anything you can think of. And now they come in adorable Harry Potter-inspired patterns. The full collection also includes burpy bibs, dream blankets and oversized blankets. The muslin fabric is soft, breathable, comfortable and, thankfully, very easy to wash.

Represent your House with pride (or attempt to sort your little one long before they’re big enough to wear the Sorting Hat). Regardless of whether or not you get your baby’s House correct, these pillows will look charming on the nursery glider. Since these are just covers, be sure to also purchase the pillow inserts: 20” x 20” for the square Ravenclaw and Gryffindor pillows, 16” x 26” for the Slytherin and Hufflepuff lumbar pillows.

Your kiddo may know a few simple spells, and this is a really fun way to bring them to life. The decals correspond to the On/Off positions of a toggle light switch (if you have a knob dimmer or a push button, sorry, they don’t work as well), so it feels like real magic any time you enter or exit a room. There are several different colors to choose from, including glow in the dark!

For the Playroom

It’s unlikely that you’ll agree to owning a pet owl anytime soon, and the real Hedwig is, unfortunately, unavailable. Luckily, this snowy owl stuffie is here to swoop into playtime. The plush faux feathers are so huggable, your child will be just as good of friends with this owl as Harry was with Hedwig.

Babies love tags. They also love loveys (hence the name). This tiny blanket combines the best of both worlds with the added bonus of a whimsical Harry Potter-inspired design, so your baby can be a fan from the earliest days.

Blocks are a staple in any child’s playroom, so why not change things up a little from the ordinary block set with these magical blocks? Ten blocks feature numbers zero through nine in both Arabic and Roman numerals as well as familiar wizarding icons and symbols. Finely engraved witch hats, potion bottles, strangely flavored beans, cauldrons, frogs and more decorate the sides of these delightful wooden blocks.

The Anywhere Chair from PBK is a well-loved classic, and with so many colors and styles to choose from, of course, there would be a Harry Potter version! It’ll fit right in with the rest of your Hogwarts decor, or it can just be a subtle nod to your love of the series in an otherwise non-Harry Potter house. It can even be personalized with your toddler’s name to give it that extra-special touch. This product comes with both the slipcover and the chair insert, so if you already have an Anywhere Chair, you can buy just the Hogwarts Crest slipcover on its own.

Bean bag chairs offer seating that’s a little more free-form—not to mention super fun to jump on. You can choose to get the cover and insert together, or just the cover if you already have a Pottery Barn bean bag chair. No Gryffindors in your household? There’s also a Slytherin bean bag and a golden snitch bean bag.


This might as well be the first sentence toddlers learn, amiright? You may not be able to manage all the mischief your little one gets into, but you can help them look cute anyway with this wizard-approved outfit.

Speaking of keeping your little one looking cute, what could be cuter than their very own uniform? Get your tiny witch or wizard ready for their first day at Hogwarts with this adorable bodysuit and diaper cover set. Don’t want ruffles? Just ask for a plain diaper cover when you order.

If you want your baby or toddler to have a regular rotation of magical clothes, we recommend you stock up on Target’s Harry Potter baby clothes collection. Each set is such a bargain, it’ll only cost you a few dollars and cents (or galleons and knuts) per item.

Maybe you’ve decided your little one isn’t meant for the wizarding world, and that’s okay! You can be a muggle and still be a dedicated Harry Potter fan (and still get all the snuggles). For added cuteness, there’s a matching bib too.

Boden has a whole collection of the cutest baby and toddler wizarding clothes you’ve ever seen, including a Luna Lovegood-inspired sweatshirt (featuring Spectrespecs, because you can’t see Nargles without them!), glow-in-the-dark Knight Bus pajamas, a charming tulle dress featuring the Hogwarts skyline, and Harry Potter-themed socks. Their infant-specific items are limited to just a small variety, but if your little one is three years old or older, Boden has a much wider selection.

For the Adults

JuJuBe’s bags and backpacks are always charming and versatile, and we’re especially charmed by their newest Harry Potter design featuring Chibi-inspired characters. It may look like a regular backpack—and you can totally use it that way—but we love this particular design for its diaper backpack potential. It’s got two insulated bottle pockets, a large main compartment for diapers, wipes and small toys plus a smaller front pocket for your keys, phone and wallet, a bacteria-resistant interior and a stain-resistant exterior. What more could we ask for in a functional and super cute diaper bag?

Pottery Barn’s Harry Potter collection features a variety of enchanting dinnerware that’s perfect for your next dinner party. From these House crest glass tumblers and matching leather coasters, to sorting hat snack trays and snitch snack bowls, this collection is simply magical.

Are you getting enough water? It’s advised for the average person to drink about 64 oz of water every day. If you’re pregnant, you should aim to consume 80 oz of fluid per day, and breastfeeding women should consume 104oz. That’s a lot of fluids to manage when you’re also managing being a parent (and all the other fluids that come with that). This brilliant water bottle can help you keep track of how much water you’re drinking throughout the day. And bonus: when it’s time to refill, the proper spell is right there on the bottle!

Knitted with a cozy sweater design and printed with an “H” for Harry, these socks will keep your feet warm all winter (and they look cute, too!). There’s also red “R” for Ron socks and green Fred and George socks. Molly Weasley would be so proud.

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