6 Holiday Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Babies

6 Holiday Stocking Stuffers for BabiesI’m the mother to two great kids! My son is a little over 2 years of age and my daughter is 8 1/2 year’s old. During the holiday season I pretty much know what to get them for Christmas gifts, except for the stocking stuffers. Every year I struggle to come up with great items to fill my son’s Christmas stocking, since he’s only two!

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This year I started my Christmas shopping early and I just finished putting together my son’s holiday stocking for this year. If you struggle to find small & practical items for your baby’s stocking, here are some great ideas.

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1. Baby Food & Treats: Pick up a few extra baby food containers, teething cookies, mini-packs of baby cereal, etc. at the grocery store and add them to the stocking. If you can’t find mini-packs, you can separate them into smaller portions by using mini plastic containers or food storage bags.

2. Baby Toys: Look for rattles, baby teethers, lovies, etc. in the infant or toy department. They’re usually inexpensive and the little ones always enjoy receiving something new to hold onto or to play with.

Baby Magic No-Rinse Body Wash

3. Bath Supplies: Shop for travel-sized body wash, baby shampoo, bath toys, baby wash cloths, cotton towels,  hairbrush, combs, etc.

When it comes to bath supplies look for the new Baby Magic No-Rinse Wash. It’s tear-free, dye-free and hypoallergenic. It’s your on-the-go solution to keeping baby clean, fresh and smelling great. Pump it out of the bottle, massage it onto your baby’s skin and then wipe clean. There is no need to use or rinse with water!

4. Body-Care Products: During this time of the year you can find travel-sized body lotions, talc-free powders, moisturizing creams, etc. These smaller sizes are perfect for stuffing into the Christmas stocking and then for use in your diaper bag!

Boudreaux's Butt Paste in Maximum Strength

5. Diapering Products: You can find travel-sized packages of diaper wipes,  diaper cream and disposable changing pads to put in baby’s stocking.

One of our favorite products is the Boudreaux’s Butt Paste in Maximum Strength. It has over 2X the rash fighting power. If you’ve never used their butt paste before, its a diaper rash ointment and skin protectant (in one product) that contains zinc oxide. It starts the healing on contact and is paraben and preservative free!

6. Clothing Accessories: Baby bibs, socks, t-shirts, onesies, hats, gloves, leggings, etc. can be rolled up or folded up into a small sized and stuffed nicely down into the Christmas stocking.

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  1. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    These are good ideas for babies. I would add a butt spatula if you don’t like to get desitin all over your fingers.

  2. Not only cute but very useful gifts for babies and their parents. I am certain these items in a Christmas stocking would be a welcome gift.

  3. Good ideas for babies. Sorry that there aren’t any babies in my life right now.

  4. This is such a cute idea for baby’s first Christmas. We love Baby Magic and the other ideas are wonderful too. Thank you for sharing this one.

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