5 children’s Christmas gift ideas from TigerParrot

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It’s now under a month until the big day and the infamous November payday is fast approaching – I wish I could be one of these organised people that shops early however I’m just about to start my shopping.

Of course we have the boy to buy for – he is four and into just about everything so it’s overwhelming to know what to buy this year.  I stumbled across tigerparrot.com, a site packed full of exciting and inspiring kids toys and wanted to share my top five picks for Christmas.


  1. Labrador Ride On And Push Along Baby Walker

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This traditional baby walker is gorgeous; it’s strong and durable and is a refreshing change to the standard plastic walkers that are around at the moment.  The labrador is made of soft plush and is super cuddly and the wheels are made to grip any surface.  It’s suitable for ages 1+.

2. Aspis8 Pay As You Go Version GPS Tracker For Kids Smart Watch Yellow

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This Aspis8 watch is designed for child safety and comes complete with a GPS tracker, emergency/SOS number storage and a fitness step counter.  It’s a reasonably priced version of a well-known smart watch and offers enough technology to make a really cool gift yet it’s ideal for parental peace of mind.    It’s a really cool idea – and looks awesome too.

3. White Wooden Kitchen With Accessories

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You can’t go wrong with a play kitchen – every child loves playing chef and this white wooden kitchen is really lovely.  I love that it’s compact and it comes with utensils, pots, pans, food, cup and saucer, salt and pepper pots and oven glove.  I’m a huge fan of traditional wooden toys and this looks nice as well as being strong and sturdy.  It’s made by a small company called Molly and Friends, who are based in Bradford on Avon and it would make an idea Christmas gift.  I quite fancy one myself…

4. FTX Comet Buggy Ready-To-Run 2WD Electric Radio Control Car

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I have fond memories of racing remote-controlled cars with my dad one Christmas and I can’t wait to do the same with my little man.  This radio control comet buggy does require 2x AA batteries but boasts multiple speeds, suspension and three gear transmission.  Probably aimed at an older market but this is still good fun for all the family.

5. Carddies Christmas Card People – Colour And Play Set

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This is a gem in a little box – Carddies were designed by two mums who wanted to design something for bored children on rainy days and are really lovely.  They are ‘card people’ you colour in and play with, this set is Christmas themed and each set contains 12 double sided card people, a background scene, 12 high quality Carddies colouring pencils and 12 little plastic stands which bring the Carddies people to life.  This would make a lovely present to occupy those cold January days after Christmas.

Roll on Christmas Day! 🙂

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