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The Best Stocking Stuffers for Babies

I recently posted a blog giving stocking stuffer ideas for toddlers, but newborns and infants might be even more challenging to come up with good stocking stuffers. Here is a list I've compiled of stocking stuffers for newborns through 11 months. Simply click on the image to go to the link!


If your little ones are like mine, they LOVE the remote! So what better stocking stuffer than a fake remote perfect for teething? 🤣



Who doesn't love slippers!? Even babies love them! We have at least 6 pairs of these slippers because they actually stay on their little feet! And they're just adorable.


This suction cup toy holder is a MUST have when your out at a restaurant with your little one. We have this exact one and the suction is actually decent and we love that it can simply hook on the zipper of the diaper bag.


This Moonjax teether was my son's favorite teether! In fact, I think we actually gave it to him as a stocking stuffer 2 years ago!


You can never go wrong with an Oball rattle! This one fits best in a stocking, but you can also get the original Oball ball.


Baby bandana drool bibs also make an awesome stocking stuffer! These ones have great reviews on Amazon and I love the gentle colors (they're a perfect gender neutral option).


We have this Taggies Original Security Blanket and it is the perfect size to roll up and fit in a stocking!


This small Familiar Faces Mirror is a great option to fill your infants stocking with! Babies love looking at themselves, and how fun is it to lift the puzzle piece to find their face looking back at them?



You'll never go wrong with another hat and mittens! This bear themed hat and mittens set is absolutely adorable and comes in 4 different colors (pink, white, brown, and gray).


This wooden rainmaker is great for your little one to explore with and enhance their sensory development. It's perfect for making music and singing songs!


If you have a little lady, these baby girl knee high socks would make an adorable stocking stuffer! There's a bunch of different styles, even some with bows.


Another solid option are these Baby Rattle Socks. The high contrast colors are perfect for newborn eyes and the sounds help stimulate your little one's senses.


Okay this might be my favorite! I love personalized gifts and this is so darn adorable! These personalized baby rattle/teething rings are amazing (and decently priced for a personalized item, running around $15)! I'm 100% putting this in our newborns stocking this year (fun fact, he's due the beginning of December).


Alright, you have to admit, this would be pretty funny to see on a baby. These Mustachifiers would make a cute and silly stocking stuffer if you have a baby who takes pacifiers. These have a 4.6 star rating on Amazon with nearly 2,000 reviews.


A staple baby toy? Blocks! If you take these out of the packaging, they would fit perfect in a stocking! We have these exact blocks and love them. I prefer these over the blocks that have interlocking shapes (those shapes are always difficult to connect together).


I swear, all babies and toddlers love pop its. This RaZberry Pop Teether is a perfect teether AND sensory toy all in one.


If you have a little girl, these stretchy headbands make a great stocking stuffer. They're nylon and super stretchy and soft.


We have these exact suction cup spinners and my two kids were obsessed with these when they were babies. We always kept some in the diaper bag to pull out at restaurants. I'd highly recommend this brand. We've purchased spinners from other brands and they had little to no suction, but these ones stick on tables and windows really well.


You really can't ever go wrong with a little lovey. This penguin Itzy Lovey comes with a teether, textured ribbon, and crinkle sound to help keep your little one entertained and using their senses.


I've personally never used these Hollow Teether Tubes, but they have amazing reviews on Amazon and I've heard good things from friends who use them. They're dishwasher safe, can be put in the fridge or freezer, and can be boiled to sterilize. They help with teething, provide sensory development, and helps your little one exercise grip strength!


I hope this blog post helped you out a bit! I know how crazy the holiday season gets, especially when it comes to planning everything.


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