Tots to teens: Festive gear for festive cheer

Tots to teens: Festive gear for festive cheer

COSY TIME:

Make sure the family are ready to enjoy one of the most important nights of the year with The Late Late Toy Show charity collection in Penneys. This is the fifth year of the collection, with proceeds going to Temple Street Foundation, CMRF Crumlin, and The National Children’s Hospital Tallaght.

Matching family PJs come in red and navy, adults €15, children’s €10, with baby sleepsuits €10, and Santa letter packs €2.50.

FIRST CHRISTMAS:

Tots to teens: Festive gear for festive cheer

Aldi is releasing a second collection of Christmas toys and gifts next Thursday, November 7, including a Tummy Time roll, €12.99, available in neutral or multi-colour, suitable from birth.

Baby Organic Cotton Gift Set, €5.99, includes a onesie, vest, and hat with two ‘My First Christmas’ designs, sizes from newborn to 9-12 months. Christmas Dribble Bibs are €3.99 for a pack of three and Memory Boxes are €6.99.

HARRY POTTER:

Tots to teens: Festive gear for festive cheer

Countdown to Christmas in the Wizarding World with one of the Harry Potter Advent Calendars. Lego’s Hogwarts themed calendar is a new addition to a range of seasonal sets which includes Lego Star Wars, Friends, and City versions.

Behind the doors there’s Harry, Ron, and Hermoine figures to recreate Christmas scenes from the films. Boots has a Harry Potter beauty advent calendar with bath bombs and other goodies, €45.

FORKY FAVOURITE:

Tots to teens: Festive gear for festive cheer

The latest film in the much-loved Toy Story saga, now available on DVD, will see toys from the films being included in many letters to Santa this year.

Smyths have chosen Push ‘N’ Talk Forky, pictured left, €29.99 ages 3+ as the toy which children would most like to add to their toy box.

He features on the Smyths Top Toys list, along with Cubby the Bear and Boppi the Llama.

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