It can be tough to figure out what to get infants for the holidays. Sure, there are those noisy light-up toys that they may or may not love but sometimes you want to give functional items like these in this list of stocking stuffer ideas for infants.
Practical gifts have their benefits. We love them because they will be used throughout the year and infants can enjoy them for longer than the batteries last. Plus, they are easy on the ears, so parents don’t have to worry about hearing that music and those songs over and over as baby plays.
These perfect stocking stuffers are great for holiday gifts and infants will be able to use them, play with them, and a few will even help encourage sensory play.
This crinkle sensor is a great idea for an infant stocking stuffer gift. The packets are filled with bells, balls, and sequins of vibrant colors for sensory play. Infants will love using their little hands to play with this sensory toy and hearing all of the different sounds.
Functional and cute, this infant beanie will be a great gift for the holidays and can easily fit inside a stocking with other good stocking stuffers, perfect for Christmas Morning. It’s personalized so you can choose the hat color, embroidery color, and add their name.
Nesting toys are fun for infants to play with, and they have some learning benefits to them as well. As infants handle and fit the stars inside of each other, it will help brain development, promote problem solving, and more.
Sensory balls are one of the best stocking stuffer ideas. This one is made with organic material and natural wool stuffing, this soft ball is small and easy for tiny hands to grasp. It’s a gentle rattle that infants will love playing with.
One of the many great stocking stuffers on this list, this organic cotton and beechwood teether is made with natural fabric and dyes and will be a natural teething toy that provides an easy grip for infants to hold and chew on.
Stacking toys are great for infants and they offer many different benefits. This stacking toy is shaped like a rocket and will allow infants to handle different shapes, stack them, and work on problem-solving while keeping baby's attention for hours.
Another fun crinkle toy that can easily fit into a stocking and give infants hours of sensory play with different textures. Inside the fabric is crinkled paper so it’s easy for infants to carry, chew on, and play with.
Great for infants who are ready to transition from bottles to sippy cups this holiday season. This natural trainer cup will be a great stocking stuffer. Recommended for ages 4 months and up, infants will be able to practice holding and later drinking from the cup.
This pair of infant slippers can be easily put into Christmas stockings and infants can use the anti-slip socks as they move around the house. Because the bottoms are anti-slip, they will be safe for when baby attempts to crawl, pull themselves up, or tries to walk.