Frequent question: What do you put in a baby’s stocking?

What do you put in an infant stocking?

Toys for Stocking Stuffers

  1. Sophie the giraffe (mini)
  2. Board books.
  3. Soft baby books.
  4. Christmas photo album book.
  5. Sensory toys.
  6. Sensory balls.
  7. Rattle.
  8. Toy wrists.

What can I put in my 6 month olds stocking?

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  • Bath Toys. At this age, babies are starting to learn how to kick their legs and splash in the water. …
  • Body Wash, Shampoo and Bubble Bath. …
  • Sleepers or Cute Onesies. …
  • Pacifiers and Pacifier Clips. …
  • Shoes and Socks. …
  • Teethers. …
  • Feeding Utensils. …
  • Training cups.

What can I put in a 5 month old stocking?

Best Stocking Stuffers for Babies

  1. Soft + Soothing. WubbaNub Holiday Pacifier. …
  2. Multi-Functional. Dimpl Wobbl. …
  3. Sensory Learning. Sassy Sensory Activity Panels. …
  4. Shake, Shake, Shake. Skip Hop Musical Egg Shaker Trio Rattle. …
  5. Cuddle Buddy. Lucy Darling Lovey. …
  6. Tiny Tunes. …
  7. Functional and Fun. …
  8. Baby’s First Set of Keys.

What things do you put in a stocking?

For adults, traditional stocking fillers could be chocolate, some fruit, something useful like socks, and maybe some perfume samplers or skin creams to fill space. You can also be a little cheeky and add a can of an alcoholic drink to start the festivities.

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What can I put in my toddler’s Christmas stocking?

Just-for-Fun Stocking Stuffers for Toddlers

  1. NO-SPILL BUBBLES. Go for the mini no-spill bubbles and everyone will thank you for the hours of entertainment.
  2. LIGHT UP BATH TOYS. …
  3. SILK SCARVES. …
  4. FIREFLY LIGHT UP TOOTHBRUSHES. …
  5. CHARACTER BANDAIDS. …
  6. GO FISH.

When can babies eat puffs?

Babies can begin eating soft or pureed foods between 4 to 6 months of age and can graduate to more solids foods, like Gerber Puff Cereal, by around 8 to 12 months. If your baby shows the signs that he’s ready for finger foods like cereal puffs, start him off slowly.

What traditionally goes in a stocking?

A Christmas stocking is an empty sock or sock-shaped bag that is hung on Saint Nicholas Day or Christmas Eve so that Saint Nicholas (or the related figures of Santa Claus and Father Christmas) can fill it with small toys, candy, fruit, coins or other small gifts when he arrives.

How many things should you put in a stocking?

BUDGET FOR STOCKING STUFFERS

As a rule, I propose that $25 per stocking is reasonable, regardless of age. It might not seem like much of a budget to some, but think about it… If you have five people in your family, that’s an extra $125 just on stockings!

Do you wrap presents in a stocking?

For a stocking, there’s no need to wrap the gifts. Of course, you could if you wanted to.