As a child, one of my favorite things on Christmas morning was my stocking; today, I’m sharing my round-up of stocking stuffer ideas for toddlers. I hope this list, along with my Ultimate Gift Guide for toddlers, will allow you to prepare for the holidays a little easier.
My daughter loves Bath Bombs and was in Halloween Boo Basket, and she still talks about it!
Bath time doesn’t just need bubbles to be a lot of fun — the color-changing tablets and bath crayons are a lot of fun and fit perfectly in a stocking!
Aubrey picked out this necklace for her birthday, and she asks to wear it at least weekly!
I love things that remind me of childhood, plus what toddler doesn’t love chapstick!
This is another one of those items that we typically need anyway, so why not add it to their stocking! The thermos comes in several colors and will keep their drink cold for 12 hours.
This one is on Aubrey’s Christmas list this year. It is a watch but also takes pictures, videos and includes games.
Friends have shared with us how much they love the Barbie Color Reveal. The Chelsea Mermaid is a great size (and price) to try it out!
If your toddler loves the Color Wonder coloring books, adding some new markers in a great stocking stuffer.
A lot has changed in a year; last year, I never imagined I would be adding a mask into my toddler’s stocking. With these new fashion accessories, I’m adding some character masks to my nephew’s stocking.
This detangling brush helps for a little smoother after bath time routine!
Aubrey and I love to paint our nails together; Piggy Paint has excellent non-toxic polish for toddlers.
Water Wow books are great for travel or quiet time at home. Plus, there is no mess to clean up!
Bandaids are one of the most practical items to add as a stocking stuffer for toddlers!
I hope this round up of stocking stuffer ideas for toddlers gave you some ideas to help fill stockings for your family this year!
Don’t forget to check out the round-up of Gift Guides for everyone on your list!