Paige will be 4 and a half at Christmas so this gift guide is aimed at girls/children around that age. She really understands Christmas this year and I can't wait to see her face on Christmas morning.
Just like my boy gift guide, first up is this gorgeous book from Lost My Name. You can fully personalise the book which I love. Through the journey of the book we spell out the childs name while meeting different. You can also personalise a message inside. Such a lovely and thoughtful gift and a childs name is one of the first things they learn to write so this book can help get them familiar with the letters in their name. Paige loves anything with her name on so this book is a big hit!
Next up is Leaping Letters game from leapfrog. We also love Leapfrog toys and this one is perfect for any child aged 3-6 years. A race against the clock before the letters pop. A fun way to help children learn.
Getting children to brush their teeth can be hard work. I always think it's nice to include a new toothbrush in their stocking at Christmas, it was something I always got as a child. The Playbrush from Mobile Fun takes brushing teeth to the next level.
Paige loves My Little Pony and chocolate. The My Little Pony Make-a-Bar combines both of them. A cute little set perfect for Christmas. It allows children to use the stencils provided to make their own My Little Pony chocolate bars. Available from Argos.
Paige (and Parker) are obsessed with babies and dolls. Maybe its the age they are at or maybe its because I'm pregnant but dolls make great Christmas gifts. I used to love dolls as a child and these days they are so fancy and can even walk and crawl! We love the Baby Annabell dolls and Paige already has the Learn to Walk one. This one is the new Baby Annabell interactive doll which has multiple functions. Baby Annabell can sleep, drink, cry and suck her bottle, she also now has a wetting function which is new this year!
The Baby Born Wonderland Dragon is the perfect friendly buddy for anyone. Her eyes and nostrils light up. You can use the wand to interact with her and she will even make cute dragon noises, start to walk and flap her wings. Theres also an egg and baby dragon to join in the fun!
Sweets have to be included in a stocking! Christmas is one of the few times a year that it's kind of expected to give your children sweets, obviously you don't have to but I think it's nice for them to receive a few little sweet treats on Christmas Day in their stockings. We love Haribo in this house!
Don't forget to check out my other gift guides - Boy, Baby, Mum and Dad.
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