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Christmas Gift Guide – for the Little Ones

I teamed up with the team from Everbloom Kids to put together my top picks for littlies.

Everbloom is a family-owned business created fellow Mum, Jodie. Jodie is passionate about the importance of play and it’s role in a child’s development.

Jodie has curated a beautiful selection of toys based on their ability to bring out the best in your child’s development and imagination. Every product on her site is a great gift idea but to help narrow it down, I’ve put together my top 10 picks for Christmas here:

Melissa and Doug

Around the House Sound Puzzle


Explore this quaint little house and discover what’s happening inside. I love that the design of this puzzle encourages problem solving and offers an opportunity for imaginative storytelling.


Green Toys

Farm Playset


We actually have this farm set and my boys literally play with it everyday. Granted, they typically use the farm as a jail for “the baddies” but that’s what creative play is all about, right?? It’s a true, quality product that is built well so that it withstands all sorts of imaginative play and is a beautiful addition to any toy box.



Cheeky Elf Girl


’Tis the season for everything red, green and cheeky! These elves are full of personality and the perfect gift for littlies. Also available as a supercute Boy Elf.

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Apple Park

The Picnic Pals


This beautifully illustrated book is perfect for any little library. Bright colours set the background for a sweet story filled with beautiful messages about friendship and being a healthy, happy kid.



Tiger Tribe

Flash Cards – Animals


This gorgeous set of cards is presented on a super convenient ring. Parents will love its practicality while the kids will have fun with the beautiful designs for which Tiger Tribe has become known. We did a lot of animal recognition from early on and it’s so gorgeous to witness the pride on little faces as they get to know the names and sounds of their favourites.

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Play Balls


In the brand’s signature style, these play balls are just the right size for little ones. They’re also a nice break from the sometimes loud designs often featured on other outdoor items so, like me, you might not mind keeping them inside the house!


Dear Little Designs

Blue Dear Little Mailbox


I just love the concept behind this little mailbox and have been coveting this for my boys. It encourages little ones to write letters to their loved ones and is perfect timing for sending their lists to Santa! I can just imagine their excited faces when they receive their replies too!

Available in aqua, pink, red and blue.

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These little dudes have been tried and tested time and time again at our house. They’re great for racing and kids love the novelty of throwing stuff off the side of a balcony or staircase!


Tiger Tribe

Mini Rag Doll – Mae (Blue)


A sweet little doll that’s sure to be a favourite. Cute so that the kids fall in love. Cuddly so that they never want to leave them behind.


Tactile Puzzle (Zoo)


A multidimensional puzzle that offers cognitive exercise while encouraging kids to touch, feel and engage with all the pieces for some fun surprises. Feathers and skin and fur! Oh my!


Everbloom has been generous enough to offer my followers 15% off orders for the products above as well as their entire site (excluding prints)!

Go to everbloomkids.com.au and enter BABYMAKESB15 at checkout to redeem the discount. Happy shopping!


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