Struggling with what to put in your little one’s stocking this Christmas? Babies and toddlers don’t need much, so use the holidays to stock up on the next stage for toys, feeding and clothing.  Here’s a list of stocking stuffer ideas for the littlest person on your list.

Stocking Stuffers for Babies (0-12 months):

Soft Plush Toys: Choose toys with contrasting colors and different textures.

Teething Toys: BPA-free teething rings or soft, textured teethers.

Soft Baby Books: Cloth or soft plastic books with high-contrast patterns.

Rattles: Colorful rattles with gentle sounds to stimulate sensory development.

Socks and Booties: Cute, soft socks or booties to keep little feet warm.

Pacifiers: Fun-shaped pacifiers or pacifier clips.

Baby Bibs: Cute and practical bibs for feeding time.

Baby Nail Clippers or Grooming Kit: Practical items for baby care.

Stocking Stuffers for Toddlers (1-3 years):

Board Books: Simple board books with large pictures and few words.

Building Blocks: Soft and large building blocks for safe play.

Stuffed Animals: Cute, huggable stuffed animals.

Toddler Utensils: Colorful utensils designed for little hands.

Bath Toys: Waterproof toys for bathtime fun.

Puzzles: Simple puzzles with large pieces and vibrant images.

Interactive Toys: Toys that make sounds, light up, or have simple buttons.

Art Supplies: Washable crayons, markers, and finger paints.

Snack Cups: Fun-shaped snack containers for little treats.

Sippy Cups: Colorful sippy cups with spill-proof features.


Remember to always check for age appropriateness and safety features when selecting toys for babies and toddlers. Additionally, be mindful of small parts that could pose a choking hazard. Babies and young toddlers don't have expectations for Christmas morning so don't stress and enjoy the memories!