Llama baby buys you and your tot will love

Llama baby buys

by motherandbaby |
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We love a good baby trend and the llama trend is one we can definitely get behind. Available across everything from books to toys, party decorations and clothing, it's easy to see why anyone can go a bit llama-crazy! Take a look at our pick of the best llama baby buys you can get your mitts on...

Thatu0026#039;s Not My Llama...
Price: $14.91

This is one for you if you're a fan of the much-loved 'That's Not My...' series. Babies and toddlers will love touching the textured patches as they meet llamas with tufty fur, shiny hooves and fuzzy noses. The bright pictures and textures to stroke are designed to help develop sensory and language awareness.

ZURU PETS ALIVE Rainbow Boppi The Booty Shakinu0026#039; Llama
Price: $31.95

You may recogonise this little guy from children's Christmas lists everywhere last year. Boppi the Booty Shakin’ Llama plays songs, does 360 spins and dances like you wouldn't believe. She'll have the whole family dancing and laughing for hours.

For story time with a difference, the adorable book Luis Llama and his lion drama comes with a snuggly soft llama for your little one to cuddle as you read the story together. Suitable from 12 months.

Teach your baby basic counting and colour skills as he tries to match each piece to the correct slot with the Little Tikes Wooden Critters Llama-Corn Number Puzzle. Made with sustainable wood, the traditional wooden toy offers a fantasy twist for your youngster’s toy box. Suitable from 12 months.

Skip Hop Zoo Llama Backpack
Price: $22.00
Alternative retailers
Kohl's$22.00View offer
Macy's$22.00View offer

Toddlers love having their very own bag and he’ll be delighted with the Skip Hop Zoo Llama Backpack. With a roomy main compartment for all his favourite toys and a front pouch for his snacks, the comfy padded straps can be adjusted to keep it on his back securely.

Fisher-Price Linkimals Lights u0026amp; Colours Llama Stacking Toy
Price: £18

The Linkimals Lights u0026 Colours Llama takes classic stacking fun up a notch with colourful lights and exciting music, songs and phrases that introduce your baby to different colours. Just stack the rings on the llama's neck or press down on the topper to get the party started.

These colourful super-soft knit Pjs have long sleeves with banded cuffs and an elasticized waist to keep your little one cosy at night. We want them in our size please!

Skip Hop Zoo Insulated Food Jar

Rrp: $20.14

Price: $17.99

If you’re on your travels, pop the Skip Hop Zoo Food Jar in your bag. This stainless-steel container keeps food warm for up to five hours or cold for up to seven. Use the included spork or your own baby-friendly cutlery with the built-in holder.

Made from 100 per cent high-quality soft cotton, this clever Play u0026 Go mat converts to a storage toy bag with a hidden pull string. It also has a removable shoulder strap so you can take it to Grandma’s too. Choose from several adorable animal designs.

Get set for the colder months with this Jojo Maman Bebe faux fur llama hat with its cute llama face and beautiful crochet flowers. The fun llama design is complete with adorable 3D ears while the fastening under the chin ensures the hat stays on even the most active kids

These fluffy Llama Leggings are enough to make anyone coo. With a pink and coral body highlighted with a multi-colour design on the calves of each leg, the bum features a friendly fluffy Llama face.

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