Mother and Baby

Twit-twoo! Stay on trend with the owl theme

Section: Shopping Ideas
Owl-themed products remain as popular as ever – every shop and website seems to have at least one wise-owl product. We’ve scoured the shelves and found our favourite owl products, from toys to nursery decorations and more.
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Insulated food jar, £18; lunch kit, £11; backpack, £22,

Take your little owls for a day out with these funky Skip Hop backpack and lunch accessories.
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Owl-print Uggla Jackets from Kozi Kidz, £39.50,

Keep the little ones warm and dry in these fun raincoats, available in a variety of colours; you can also buy a fleece-lined version for really chilly days. 
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Owl-print Totseat, £24,

Bring the owls into mealtimes with the latest print by Totseat. These washable, squashable highchairs are comfy for little ones, and great for going out and about, folding down into its own travel pouch.
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My First NICI Owl Rattle Booties , £13.99,

A wise choice for your baby's booties! These owl-design booties feature a rattle, making a noise whenever your baby moves, stimulating him at the same time as being incredibly cute.
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Woodland range from Shmuncki, from £7.50,

The woodland collection from Shmuncki features pastel pink owls, plus mice and hedgehogs, and includes T-shirts, hats, blankets, bibs, and romper suits. All made from jersey cotton, with nickel-free poppers.
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Owl cushion, £20,

We love the Mamas & Papas Patternology range, with this funky owl cushion a personal fave. This will brighten up any nursery – but it might find its way down to the lounge instead…
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Owl-design cloth nappy, £16.99,

You can even clad your baby's bottom in owls, with the TotBots night owl design cloth nappy from its Elements range - available in the EasyFit design.
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Girl's pyjamas, £24 for ages 3+,

Send your wise owl off to bed in these Frugi organic cotton girl's pyjamas with an owl applique top.
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Wellies, £19.99,

Your little girl will love hopping in puddles in these cute and practical owl wellies.
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Roll-Around Rattle Owl, £11, and Treetop Friends Owl Chime Ball, £10.50,

M&B favourite Skip Hop has a massive range of owl-themed products, and we love them all. These little toys will keep your babies entertained and stimulated…
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Plush Blanket, £22,

…while this plush blanket will keep little ones warm and snuggly.
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Embroidered owl towel, £30,

Wrap little ones up warm after bathtime in this lovely soft cotton hooded towel – also available with pink owls. Can also be personalised with an embroidered name.
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Soothe & Glow Owl, £13.99,

This fun owl toy for little ones, suitable from birth, gives hoot-hoot noises, lights up and glows, and plays music for 15 minutes to soothe baby off to sleep.
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Personalised Owl Wall Sticker, £30,

Personalise your little one's nursery with this lovely wall sticker, available in blue, green or pink.
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Ashiato shoes, from €20,

These fun Japanese sandals leave owl footprints behind in the sand – what fun! This French company will ship to the UK.
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Owl activity toy, £15,

For tiny tots, this soft activity Birdy Bear toy is very cute and is named as an 'honorary bear' on the website. He has crinkly wings, a rotating dial, rattles and squeaks to keep your baby entertained.
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Pink owl bookends, £10.95,

Brighten up your toddler's bookshelf with these lovely owl bookends.
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Onaroo Owl Night Light & Sleep Trainer, £29.99,

This wise owl will help teach your little ones to sleep, glowing softly at night and turning green in the morning at your set time when it is time to get up.
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Sophie is a journalist and mum of one, and previously edited before moving on to write about family cars for - now Sophie is Commercial Content Editor for M&B, Closer, Heat, Empire, Yours, Garden News, and 

She is passionate about raising awareness around postnatal depression and is a Mental Health First Aider.

Sophie studied History at the University of Sheffield and has been in journalism for 16 years. 

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