Shopping for kids can be both stressful and fun—on one hand there’s no shortage of adorable things to buy, on the other their interests can be so short-lived that it can be daunting to choose a gift that will engage them longer than it takes to rip the wrapping off. I’ve been on the hunt for gifts to give my girls and nieces and nephew along with friends’ kids so I’ve scoured high and low for just the right thing to bring a smile to a little one’s face.
I’m a huge fan of Tutu du Monde for Sophia and Grace and can attest to how gorgeous their pieces are. And what will bring a smile to a little girl’s face more than a gorgeous little tutu of their very own?
For a special occasion, I can’t go past this adorable little skirt.
A splash of colour for the little girl who loves all things bold and bright.
It’s a splurge item but it’s hard to resist things in mini-size…
A casual number for any little girl on the go.
For those times when you want something classic and timeless, this dress would be perfect for an important event.
Anything that serves a dual purpose gets my vote.
For the superhero obsessed, these shorts are ideal for wearing throughout summer.
A cute collection of stuffed toys that aren’t run-of-the-mill.
If my girls are anything to go by you can’t really go wrong with a doll, especially one as cute as this.
I’m all for giving books at Christmas and also love to receive them. This one is great for any child who’s just learning to master counting.
The little accessories that come with this doll will mean hours of entertainment.
A great little game that helps kids learn about money.
Have fun dressing up any little boy in your life with this cute shirt.
Earn some brownie points this Christmas with this compact scooter.
Heading on a trip? This suitcase is great for travelling and getting kids from A to B in an airport terminal.
David Jones have partnered with the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation and made available a series of kids books that you can buy and donate to kids in refugee, indigenous and marginalised communities. Buy one on behalf of your child and remind them of the true meaning of Christmas.
A classic doll with hair that can be styled for kids who love a little game of hairdresser.
A quintessential summer staple with a great print.