Christmas is fast approaching and by fast I mean there is only 60 days, 14 hours, 1 minute and 43 seconds until the big day arrives, not that I’m counting or anything. The clocks go back this weekend and the nights are definitely drawing in now so it’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas gift ideas.
Now, it’s a well-known fact that us girls LOVE shopping but the thought of hitting the high street with a baby in tow. trying to avoid traffic, finding a suitable parking space (usually miles away from where you want to be), struggling to carry all your shopping around and fighting your way through long queues, crammed aisles and cold weather just does not appeal to me.
So, how about ordering presents online from the comfort of your own home and letting someone else do all the hard work for you? Tesco Direct is a one stop shop for all of your Christmas needs and they have a fantastic selection of toys and gifts available in their online catalogue. They also have a special Christmas section where you can create a wishlist to share with friends and family, purchase decorations, search for gifts by price, type or recipient and even find gifts on their partnering websites like Tesco Wine and F&F Clothing - it’s the perfect place to purchase everything off your Christmas list in one shot without having to leave the house. (plus don’t forget all of those extra clubcard points you’ll be clocking up too!)
Their website is easy to use with a clear layout, provides great product information and availability, has a variety of delivery options to suit all and some fantastic prices and daily deals up for grabs.
With a 1 year old to buy for this year, we will be looking to source some fun activity toys that he can really engage with like the Fisher Price Disney Choo Choo Train or the VTech Toot-Toot Drivers Garage both of which are great for stimulating senses, motor skills and language development. Whats more, they’re available to purchase from Tesco Direct for amazing prices.
How will you be organising and shopping for your Christmas?