This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Duracell. Stocking Stuffer Ideas #PowerTheHolidays
This year we are buying lots of gifts that need batteries. For example, the Elmo has different hats. We are adding batteries to stocking stuffers stockings so that we can use our toys as soon as we get them. Nothing is worse than receiving a gift and not be able to use it the day when you receive it because it doesn’t come with batteries. We also always have batteries around the house as our camera flash burns through them like crazy. We never want to be camera-less! With an toddler being cute 24-7 this would be madness!
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5 thoughts on “Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Toddlers”
Great ideas! And it always helps to be prepared with batteries! The worst is when they get a toy and they can’t use it.
Great stocking stuffer ideas. Buying for toddlers can be tough
Growing up, we received a chocolate Santa each year in our stocking. Although I tried to hold off on sweets for as long as possible when my children were young, I couldn’t resist asking Santa to bring the chocolate for them.
There is no better gift for a family with kids and lots of toys – LOL
Keep the batteries out of the kid’s stockings and just fill up the parents’ stockings with it!