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What are your stocking fillers this year?

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Inthenick Sun 13-Nov-16 21:15:17

I'm looking for ideas. I've a 3, 2 and 1 yr old. So am thinking of a small amount of sweets for the 3 and 2 yr old, stickers and superhero tattoos. Any other ideas? What are you putting in your kids stockings?

sleepyhead Sun 13-Nov-16 21:17:53

Peppa Pig squirty foam soap was the big stocking hit in this house last year, so probably more of that (normally just Tesco own brand baby wash here about was a treat blush)

notagiraffe Sun 13-Nov-16 21:21:25

bubbles, kazoos, a cuddly toy, glove puppet, picture book, bath crayon soaps

Monroe Sun 13-Nov-16 21:39:50

Ours is pretty similar every year
Choc coins
New toothbrush / magic flannel / bath fizzers
Bubble bath
A couple of small toys - this year for DD a skipping rope and stick on earrings
And a comic / magazine

icicleinmyhand Mon 14-Nov-16 00:17:31

My 8 yo DD is getting:

Superdrug Flitter bath bomb
Silver hairclips with stars on
A book
White choc coins
Jelly Belly mini pack
Plastic water bottle with curly flamingo straw, I've put some sweets in it too
Set of mini alphabet bracelet beads
A Cath K oilcloth pencil case with ladybirds on, plus some pencils
A small pack of owl post-its
A Smiggle letter keyring
Mini wooden pencils set from Tiger
A rose-scented soap in a pack shaped like a cat!
A mini snow globe
Squirrel nightlight
A fruit lollipop (a tradition in my family!)
A heart-shaped soft toy cushion from Ikea
Something else chocolatey that I haven't got yet.

2 yo DD is getting
Choc coins
Kinder mini house
Gingerbread man biscuit
Baby organix fruit bar
Hairclips with birds on
Bubble mix
Crayons, Early Learning Centre
Wooden train for her train set
Soft toy bunny from Ikea
Soft toy hedgehog (knitted by friend who is a whiz!)
Bath aeroplane toy, Munchkin
Bath crackles
Neon pink plain square post-its (I'm not kidding, DD loves the things!)
A wooden wiggly worm.

icicleinmyhand Mon 14-Nov-16 00:21:35

Oh and yes stickers for 2 y o as well, and I might get a CBeebies magazine for DD2 as well as DD1 has more than DD2 in her stocking so far even though the items are actually slightly smaller.

icicleinmyhand Mon 14-Nov-16 00:25:58

When I was a kid we always got some chocolate coins, some sweets, a satsuma, a boiled sweet fruit lollipop, something for the bath like soaps or bath cubes, something to draw with, something to read (book or magazine), some Christmassy hair things, and then a few novelties, toys or puzzles. I try to do similar with my DDs, really love doing the stockings.

ohfourfoxache Mon 14-Nov-16 00:27:11

Ds (who will be 21 months) is getting choc coins, stickers, colouring books, washable pens, pencil case, a little spinning top, a pair of castanets and the most enormous box of chocolate fingers I've ever seen (he adores chocolate blush but should last for a long, long time)

FixItUpChappie Mon 14-Nov-16 00:28:38

So far my 6yr old and nearly 4yr old have:

-fake moustaches
-DVD each - (Lady and the Tramp, 101 Dalmations)
-6yr old has Star Wars watch
-each have a magic wand
-each has a book
-each has one of those styrofoam trick planes - Cheap but cheerful

That's as far as I've gotten so far......

WiltingTulip Mon 14-Nov-16 00:36:48

My older dcs don't believe in Santa but pretend and the younger dcs don't know what's expected so I decided that the stocking will only have chocs/treats with one book. All presents will be under the tree.

MummyIsAFreeElf Mon 14-Nov-16 01:14:42

We don't have stockings as my gran bought ginormous mickey and Minnie sacks so we have quite a bit of filling to do

DS (5)
Colouring book
Colouring pencils
Illustrated Harry Potter and the Chambef of secrets (got the philosophers stone last yr and loved it)
Star Wars lego annual
Lego dc phonics books
Superman and flash dress up capes and masks
Some Pokemon figures
Chocolate Santa and chocolate Santa lollies
A few cheap little pocket money toys or new bath toys

DD 1 (2 in January)
Colouring book
Tiara and wand
Super girl and spider girl dress up capes and masks
Wind up toys (she's obsessed)
Peppa pig, twirly woo, teletubbies and mr tumble pocket libraries (although will be keeping two back for Birthday, haven't decided which)
Chocolate Santa and chocolate Santa lollies
Toy unicorns

Dd2 (5months at xmas)
Squeaky rattles
Teething toys
(Only getting a stocking due to 5 yr old)

Juanbablo Mon 14-Nov-16 01:31:30

Last year we got character plasters and tissues which they loved. We always put in a new toothbrush. Chocolate, top trumps, match attax, those blind bags of Lego minifigures/my little ponies.

CoffeeChocolateWine Mon 14-Nov-16 10:53:22

Stocking fillers so far are:
DS (8)
Electronic bookmark
Rubik's cube
Mini snow globe
Cake in a mug mix
Harry Potter mug
Harry Potter beanie
Slide puzzle
Chocolate coins
Bath bomb

DD (4)
Maeleg mouse in box
Scented colouring pens
Stained glass colouring book
Cake in a mug mix
Bath bomb
Chocolate coins
Mini snow globe
Need a couple more bits...probably hair clips or gloves, socks or tights!

BellaGoth Mon 14-Nov-16 10:58:19

DS is nearly 4. He's Getting:

Small playmobil set
Small lego set
Paw patrol cup with chocolate
Peppa wash Mitt
Paw patrol socks
Wind up toy
Peppa toothbrush
Scooby Doo dvd

EmsyApples Tue 15-Nov-16 01:42:45

Ooh I love stockings, its so fun to gather up little things <3

This years list:

Character Shower Gel
Chunky Crayons
Colouring Book
Stickers/Sticker Scenes
Alphabet Magnets for the fridge
Small Soft toys
Chocolate, of course! 3 Packs of Kinder Eggs are awesome.

wonderingsoul Tue 15-Nov-16 08:06:59

Im so excited for the wtoxkings this year.

They both have

Pokeballs with little figures in
Pokeball plushs
Nerf gun bullet vest (1.50 from ebay)
Cuddly teddy
Tattoo pens and stencils
Spud gun to go with the naughty potatoe
Bath bomb

Ds1 has nerf gun face mask
Bean beazled
Fnaf figure
Vr glasses from poundland

Ds2 has furbling
Batman egg cup and taster shaper
Small hotwheels set
Imagnext figureo

Therea more but i cant remeber.

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