Name: A to Z
Name: Z to A
Price: Low to High
Price: High to Low
Delightful soft toy dragon, with different clothes fastenings to help teach little ones how to dress and fasten their own clothes. Perfect for little hands!
Mischievous looking boy ragdoll with a cheeky face.
A jolly indoor bowling game from Galt with 6 vivid animal skittles and a soft rainbow jingle ball.
A soft velour teddy bear in pink, the perfect baby gift.
Activity teething ring with a cheerful giraffe head and pattern.
Pink teddy soother for comforting babies in the softest velour.
Soft velour teddy bear in blue, the perfect baby gift.
Blue teddy soother for comforting babies in the softest velour.
Squeakaboo Giraffe is a soft squeaking, jingling tactile toy.
Bright yellow, happy faced Squeakaboo Rabbit is a soft, squeaking, jingly tactile toy for babies.
Delightful bootee and wrist rattle set for hours of footfinding fun!
A vibrantly coloured activity teething ring with a cheery duck head.
Squeakaboo Octopus, Bright, Colourful Babies toy
A gorgeous black and yellow striped activity teething ring with a bee head in textured fabric.
Soft, squeaky and tactile, the squeakaboo pig is the perfect size for little hands to hold.
"Boing Boing!" This soft, squidgy ball makes a glorious "boinging" noise to little one's great delight!
Soft, squidgy ball with animal pictures and glorious reverberating boing sound!
Soft Monkey Stacker toy in bright colours
Soft cloth book with 8 jungly tails and a squeaker from Jellycat.
Stimulating soft cloth book with crinkly pages and 8 exciting differently textured tails peeping out!
Soft, safe huggable first doll in stimulating bold colours and patterns
Traditional soft rag doll, with woollen hair and smiling features.
A blue and tan activity teething ring with a dog head in textured fabric.
Pretty Jess is a soft ragdoll with timeless appeal.
A great selection of soft toys for babies, with rattles, comfort blankets, soothers and lots more. Soft toys are designed for the first few months, from when babies can grip, reach for things, find their feet and begin to use their hands.