The top 8 toys your kids are going nuts for this Christmas
And they are selling out fast!
Editor / October 22 2019
There is no avoiding it, Christmas is almost here and now is the time to get organised.
Sure there are some parents that have had items on lay-by for months but there are stacks of us have not even started shopping yet!
We've taken out the legwork for you and scoured the shelves to bring you the top 8 toys that your kids will be going nuts over this festive season.
Boppi is currently Australia’s toy of the year for 2019. Known as the twerking Llama, Boppi dances and twerks along to 3 different songs.
With light-up eyes, interactive movements and sounds, baby Toothless comes alive, even while he’s still inside his egg!
If she's hungry, feed her with her bottle and she'll suckle on it, just like a real baby! She'll get gassy when she's feeling full and needs you to burp her. Luvabella Newborn affectionately responds to your loving touch! Tickle her and she will respond with sweet giggles, excitedly cooing for more if you stop!
Who wouldn’t want their very own ride on car?! The UTV has a decent sized 12V battery and has a top speed of 8km. One of the coolest ride on cars on the market.
This new FurReal Friend, Pom Pom the Baby Panda. She will walk top you when you shake her rattle and respond when you talk to her!
The sweet shop car is simply the ultimate for girls who love Our Generation dolls. It has a real chalkboard, working lights and wipers, plays 3 songs.
Serve up delicious treats on the go from the huge variety of lifelike food.
Standing at 3 metres tall and parking 140 cars, this is the ultimate garage for all Hot Wheels fans. Features a drive-up diner, a car wash, a spiral elevator, a massive jet plane with a penthouse landing pad and a motorised gorilla
Both non toxic and safe for kids, the Cool Maker brings the nail salon into your own home. Your kids can stamp and press their own nail designs and customise manicures for their friends.
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Michelle Connolly has worked as a photo director, social media manager and photo editor at some of Australia's biggest media companies, including New Idea. She is now editor of Practical Parenting and loving mum-of-two.