INEXPENSIVE AMAZON STOCKING STUFFERS FOR BABIES

Inexpensive Amazon Stocking Stuffers for him - collage of items.

Today is the final part of our three part stocking stuffers series – Inexpensive Amazon Stocking Stuffers for Babies! If you missed our first two posts, here they are:

Inexpensive Amazon Stocking Stuffers for Her

Inexpensive Amazon Stocking Stuffers for Him

Today is my favorite post of all, because it focuses on the babies! This is Chloe’s first Christmas, so we’re extra excited about it. As someone who loves stockings most of all, I cannot wait to fill her stocking with fun little gifts. Here are our top inexpensive Amazon stocking stuffers for babies. We own these items and they are all Chloe-tested and approved! 🙂 Each item is affordable, fun for little ones (Chloe just turned 11 months old, but has been using many of these items since she was about three months old), and available on Amazon just in time for Christmas!

1. Gerber Yogurt Melts

These snacks are definitely a treat since they do contain a little bit of sugar, but they are the perfect occasional item for baby (8+ months old) to enjoy! Chloe learned how to pick things up really well thanks largely to these melts, and they dissolve quickly so that baby can safely enjoy them (even babies without teeth!) Chloe’s tried all of the flavors, and loved each one!

2. Grabease Baby Utensils

We have been using and loving these utensils so much over the past few months, that I bought another set to put in Chloe’s stocking! These utensils are baby-sized and perfect for your little one to practice holding and eating with. They’re BPA free, come in so many fun colors (we have them in purple, and bought the green set for Christmas) and offer peace of mind with their anti-choke guard. Chloe LOVES practicing her eating with these. 🙂 They also some with a reusable plastic storage pouch, which makes it easy to pack them in the diaper bag or your purse for when you’ll be on the go!

3. Winter Beanie Hat With Earflaps

We bought this hat in pink for Chloe at the end of October and it’s been awesome for these super cold days we’ve been having. This hat is too cute, and we get tons of compliments on it! The earflaps add an extra layer of warmth and the inside is a warm layer of fleece.

4. Baby Banana Teether/Toothbrush

This has been Chloe’s favorite teether from the very beginning! It’s made of food-grade silicone and is BPA free, so it’s a safe item for baby to gnaw on all day long. It also doubles as a toothbrush, and even before Chloe got her first teeth…I always felt good knowing that the soft “bristles” were cleaning her mouth.

5. Sherpa Lined Fleece Mittens – 2 Pair

This two-pack of mittens is perfect for the cold winter months! These mittens stay securely closed with velcro, and they are very warm thanks to the inside lining. It’s nice to have one pair for home, and one pair to keep in the diaper bag.

6. Baby Einstein Musical Toy

This toy plays a variety of classical songs, and it changes colors to keep baby engaged. Chloe LOVES this toy, and has not gotten tired of it over the past 6+ months that she’s had it!

7. Rattle

I don’t know what it is about this rattle…it’s just a simple, plush toy. But from the ages of 3-8 months or so, it was one of Chloe’s favorite toys. It was our go-to toy for car rides to keep her entertained and quiet in the back seat. I would recommend this for anyone with a baby who is a newborn-around 8 months old.

8. Fleece Booties with Non Skid Bottom

We bought these booties in the beginning of Fall when we realized that we had NO shoes for Chloe. 😛 At that point, she wasn’t walking yet and hated wearing shoes…yet we needed something warm for her to wear. After going shoe-less since she was born…something had to change! 😉 These booties have been perfect – they’re soft and warm, and easy on and off with velcro. We have two pairs (neutral gray and light pink) and they’re our absolute favorites!

9. Weighted Straw Cup

We’ve tried many sippy cups, and this is the one that Chloe took to immediately. The weight at the bottom of the straw allows her to drink out of this easily while holding it at any angle. It locks well and has no leaks – what more could you ask for?!

10. Suction Bowls – 3 Pack

These are great first bowls for baby! The suction cup on the bottom is super strong and will keep the bowl firmly in place on the table or highchair. These are perfect for small meals or snacks, are easy to wash, and they’re lightweight enough to throw in the diaper bag for those times when you’re on the go!

11. Links

These links are something that we didn’t think we needed, but quickly realized how handy they are! We originally bought them to attach a plush toy to Chloe’s infant car seat to keep her entertained on car rides (and to help us avoid having to reach into the backseat every time her toy fell out of her reach!) but as she’s gotten older, they come in handy for so many other things. Now that she can sit in a highchair, we attach toys to the highchair/highchair cover so that she can play with them in the restaurant without them falling on the floor. We also make long strings of just these links, and she loves chewing on them as teethers. They are sturdy, safe to chew, and they stay put!

12. Stack Up Cups

The amount of attention these simple cups receive in our house is insane, especially considering that they cost just under $4! Chloe loves stacking these up, knocking them down…chewing on them…rolling them…you get the idea. 🙂 Too much fun!

13. Sophie The Giraffe Teether

This has been a favorite since day one! This teether is soft, bendable, it squeaks, and so many babies LOVE it! Even now at almost one year old, Chloe still enjoys playing with this. (Be sure that if you need to wash this, you avoid submerging it in water and instead, wipe it with a damp cloth. This will avoid water getting stuck inside the toy through the squeak hole.)

14. Fingertip Toothbrushes

These are a perfect first toothbrush for your baby! Simply slip it over your fingertip, and gently massage baby’s teeth, gums, and tongue. This pack includes ten toothbrushes and four travel cases for less than $10!

15. Non Skid Cotton Socks

You can never have too many pairs of socks! Baby socks seem to mysteriously disappear regularly in our home, so it’s always good to have lots of extra pairs on hand. These are super cute and have non-skid bottoms. I also love how these go up a little bit higher than most socks do on baby’s ankle. They’re perfect for ensuring that baby’s legs and feet stay nice and warm.

And there you have it – inexpensive Amazon stocking stuffers for babies! This wraps up our Stocking Stuffer Gift Guides for this holiday season – happy shopping!

*One last big tip – be sure to sign up for Rakuten if you haven’t done so already! If you click to the website you’re shopping at through the Rakuten site and make a purchase, you will get cash back that will be mailed to you in the form of a check. Amazon is offering up to 8% cash back today! Definitely check it out – we have been using it for years, and it’s so nice to get rewarded with money, simply for shopping. 🙂

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What are your top stocking stuffer ideas for babies?

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    January 25, 2020

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