Toddler Girl Christmas Gift Guide

Continuing with all things festive, here is our Toddler Girl Christmas Gift Guide. Many of these gift ideas are all tried and tested and already owned by our minis – all things that they love and that have proved a successful purchase…


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Alimrose Designs Princess Emily doll from Cottage Toys £32.99 – these dolls have been such a hit with our minis (find out more about them here)

Lucky Boy Sunday Bon Bon in Rose from Cissy Wears £80.00 – Harriet has had her Bon Bon since she was a baby. Made from the softest alpaca wool. He still acts as her pillow most nights.


White Wicker Dolls Pram from The Tipi £85.00

Nobodinoz Mini Tipi for toys from Molly Meg £46.50 – a mini tipi for their dolls and teddies to have their own tea parties in. Just adorable.

Santoys Wooden Cleaning Set £29.59 – anyone else noticed how when children are about 2 years-old they all of a sudden want to help with all of the household chores?! May as well make it worthwhile we think… Our minis love theirs.


Olivier Baby Cashmere Pom Pom Hat £28.00 – our absolute favourite brand of cashmere for the minis. Gorgeous designs and it washes so well.

Djeco Fawn Night Light Globe from Daisy Daisy £34.99 – this battery operated globe is magical when lit up. It’s mesmerising to watch. A snow globe you can keep out as a night light all year round. There are lots of different colurways and designs available.


Fable Heart Sequin Crown and Cape set £60.00 (also available to buy separately) – sequins… what girl wouldn’t want to be a superhero.

Monsoon Winter Festival Bandoo £6.50

Mosoon Butterfly Lacey Face Stickers £3.50


Janod Owly Clock £27.95 – Harriet loves learning the time on her big Owly clock. Fun, colourful and sturdy enough to play with too. The reverse is a chalkboard clock for when she’s a little older.

Magnatiles 48 piece magnetic tile set from Little Citizens Boutique £45.00 – Harriet had these tiles for her Birthday recently and they have been the biggest hit of all of her presents. She plays with them every single day, without fail. Great for being creative and imaginative these are also ideal for when children get older as they can help them with their understanding of maths and fractions.

And, if you’d like some ideas for boys, take a look at our Toddler Boys Guide from last week (here).

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