A sleigh full of gift ideas for baby’s first Christmas

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Pottery Barn Kids Christmas baby

There’s a first for everything, but nothing is more special than the first time you get to celebrate Christmas as a family. No present under the tree will be as magical as the birth of your baby, so we’ll help make sure your bundle of joy gets the all attention they rightly deserve on December 25.

We’ve found all the jingle bells and whistles to mark baby’s first Christmas so the happy memories last a lot longer than the Christmas pudding.

Away in a manger

Made by 500 nesting dolls Christmas

They’ll have stacks of stacking fun when they grow, but in the meantime the Christmas nesting dolls ($30) by OMM Design make a great centrepiece.

Feed me

Bright Star Kids Christmas bib

Baby will be more than ready for their Christmas lunch in the My 1st Christmas newborn bib ($14.95) from Bright Star Kids.

Knock on wood

Zilvi raw wood milestone card

Remember their first festive season by adding a first Christmas milestone card ($17.50) from Zilvi into your Chrissy pics.

Deer little one

Billy Loves Audrey reindeer hat

Top off a celebratory month with the Doe a Deer hat ($24.95) by Billie Loves Audrey and have bub play tribute to Santa’s hardworking reindeer.

Best gift of all

Purebaby Christmas growsuit

Purebaby’s cute little festive growsuit ($39.95) is perfect for the year’s most special delivery.

Festive keepsake

Down to the Woods felt booties decoration

Teeny tiny handmade felt booties make a very special decoration for the tree. The giftboxed My First Christmas Heirloom Booties ($29.95) are from Down to the Woods.

Pyjama party

Snugglebum Christmas PJs

Pop your little poppet into a pair of special-edition penguin pyjama shortjohns, longjohns or a nightie ($42.95) by Snugglebum so they look the part while opening the pressies after Santa’s been.

Building memories

Noc Noc Wooden Toys xmas gift set

The first Christmas gift set ($80) by Noc Noc Wooden Toys contains an organic wooden rattle and personalised block set, making it a gift that will be treasured for many Christmases to come.

Not a creature was stirring

Maileg Angel Mouse in Stocking

The Maileg Christmas range serves double duty: magical décor and toys for play. The Angel Mice with Stocking ($48.95) are little mice complete with removable wings and tutu skirt inside their own hanging stocking.

Christmas cheer

Cotton On Christmas Bibs

Rather than wearing a heart on their sleeve, bub can wear Rudolf on their chest with the cute reindeer Hansel and Gretel Baby Bib ($12.95) from Cotton On Kids.

Santa’s deerest

Paperwings Christmas Romper

A festive capsule collection has been designed by whimsical Australian brand Paperwings and includes the Christmas Santa onesie ($49.95).

First Christmas Book

Babies first Christmas felt book

Hearing bedtime stories is a child’s favourite thing to do, so start the tradition of reading Christmas stories from day dot. Cotton First Christmas cloth book ($35) with a teething ring and crinkle pages, handmade by Etsy seller Cloth Books For Baby.

Woodland wonderland

Pottery Barn Kids fawn rocker

A little woodland fawn would mark their first Christmas in fine style and sit pretty in the nursery until a busy toddler can rock around the Christmas tree. Nursery Faux-Fur Plush Fawn Rocker ($249) from Pottery Barn Kids.

Print perfect

Clara & Macy first Christmas print

Hang a little print on the wall when you hang the tinsel to commemorate the special day. Personalised Baby’s First Christmas Print ($38) by Clara and Macy.

Heirloom pieces

Koolaman Designs Christmas Ornaments

The spirit of Christmas sparkles to life with a polished angel ornament in commemoration of your baby’s first Christmas – and the keepsake will shine on the tree year after year. Sterling silver Gabrielle ornament ($170) by Koolaman.

Christmas rattle

Kookinuts My First Christmas Rattle

They might not quite grasp the fun of Christmas (yet) but will be able to grasp their very own softie reindeer rattle ($25) from Kookinuts on Etsy.

May you and your babies have yourselves a merry little Christmas!

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