Christmas gift ideas for babies

Get all your baby Christmas gift ideas here at finder.com.au, including baby clothes and toys to make their first holiday season super special.

Part of the fun of Christmas is finding gifts that everyone will love and little bubs and their parents are definitely included. So go on, check out the cuteness that you can add to that little one's life!

Oh and don't forget to get mum and dad something practical / helpful to make their life that much easier.

Top Christmas gifts for babies, 2016

Have a newborn or young bub to buy for? Awww - while you’re oohing and ahhing over the lil ‘un, you can gift them a suitable gift that both parents and baby will appreciate. These are but a few:

Wimmer-Ferguson Infant Stim-Mobile To Go
Wimmer-Ferguson Infant Stim-Mobile To Go

Lime Tree Kids

Skip Hop - Camping Cubs Baby Activity Gym
Skip Hop - Camping Cubs Baby Activity Gym

Lime Tree Kids

Skip Hop Playspot Mat - Bold Brights
Skip Hop Playspot Mat - Bold Brights

Hello Charlie

3 Sprouts - Pram Organisers - Crocodile
3 Sprouts - Pram Organisers - Crocodile

Lime Tree Kids

Rip Curl Toddlers Uv Spring Short Sleeve Wetsuit
Rip Curl Toddlers Uv Spring Short Sleeve Wetsuit

City Beach

Top six retailers for Christmas presents for babies

There’s no loss for stores that offer babywear and accessories on the interweb, as you’ll realise here:

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How to choose the best Christmas gifts for babies

Unless you are familiar with the toys and learning products the baby already has, it generally a good idea to ask the parents for Christmas gift ideas. Babies, even in the early stages of development, have their favourite toys, sounds, colours and books. By asking the parents what the baby already has and what they would like as their child grows, makes your shopping experience easier.

Babies are often easier to buy for because everything is so new to them. Lights attract their sense of sight while calming musical toys delight their ears. When considering Christmas baby gifts think of the five senses. The toy or group of toys should delight their sense of touch, sound, sight, smell and taste. Taste and smell are important given most babies put anything and everything in their mouths - but it is also a safety concern so always make sure the toys have been checked for the safety. Choose toys based on compatibility with the baby's age.

Clothing as Christmas gifts is also a good choice. Think ahead when you buy clothing especially if you buy ahead for the upcoming season. Babies change sizes quickly. Going with clothes or learning toys vs play toys may be the wish of the parents.

Stephanie Yip

Stephanie is the travel editor at finder.com.au. On top of being an avid traveller, she's an all-round bargain hunter. If there's a deal on hotels or a sale on flights, she'll know about it. And she'll let you know about it, too. Though probably not before she buys her own ticket.

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