I say 'stocking stuffers' but, you know, some of these things would more likely be her main present. Though, I'd love to live in a world where 'Salties' are socking stuffers. Like previous years I'm trying to stick to the 'want, need, wear, read' rule. But I also like to throw a little surprise in their stockings. Along with a sugary treat or two.
One: This lush, velvety Santa Sack. Really I just want it for myself, so I can run my fingers over it.
Two: Lamb had her ears pierced a while ago but her ears are not taking to some of the cheaper materials. So I've been on the hunt for something that is cute but that also won't irritate her ears. These apple earnings are just the cutest.
Three: The very definition of optimism, giving my six-year-old a money box. But it also works well as a cute ornament. Even when empty.
Four: This little faun necklace can be a festive, Christmassy accessory but can also be worn all year round.
Five: Lamb has been learning to tell the time at school. This little watch is not only super cute but could also act as a learning aid. Right? Well, that's what I'm going with.
Six: Sunnies from Sons and Daughters. Need I say more. If you haven't already discovered them, click through at your own peril.
Seven: I'm a bit obsessed with pins and brooches at the moment. I have a collection of old brooches and Lamb is always sifting through them and asking to wear one. But even I'm too scared to wear them. So I'm going to start her on her own collection of (slightly less fragile and irreplaceable) pins. This pin would be the prefect collection starter.
Eight: I simply adore everything from BlaBla Kids. A good example is this little reindeer.
Nine: The sandals my children wear all summer long. We usually go for the classic tan option but I love this rose gold colour too.