Sibling Gift Set - You're The Biggest
When a new baby arrives make the older brother or sister feel super special with our You're The Biggest gift set.
The gift set includes:
- 3 pairs of our Non-slip Stay on Socks. You can select Pink/Grey, Blue/Grey or Grey (RRP £10.50)
- The You're The Biggest book by Lucy Tapper (RRP 12.99).
- A super soft and cuddly Pippins Fox from Keels Toys (RRP 6.99)
Wrapped with tissue and ribbon inside a large premium gift box with a magnetic closure.
This is an extra special gift for an extra special person!
All of our Stay on socks have been specially designed with a knit that gentle hugs the foot to keep your little ones socks on all day! The grip on the sole means there won't be any slips or slide on polished floors. Designed not to dig in or leave marks on the skin, these are the ultimate socks!
You're The Biggest is a very special book for a new sibling, celebrating their role as the biggest following the arrival of a new baby. The story follows two charming foxes, on a colourful journey, discovering the unique role of an older sibling. The book is beautifully illustrated pages in full colour with a hard back (RRP £7.99).
Pippins Fox is ready to play! At 14cm tall Pippins Fox is the perfect size for little hands. Fox is made from super soft plush fabrics with velvety accents and is part filled with beans to give him an extra special squishy feel. From the UK based company Keel Toys. (RRP £6.00)
If you would like to add a gift note to the box then this is free of charge. You can leave your note in the notes box at the checkout.
Our socks are washable at 40 degrees.
We recommend washing before wear to ensure the correct fit.
Free from Phthalates
All of the silicons used on our non-slip grip soles are free from Phthalates (nasty chemicals you wouldn't want near to your little ones precious skin).
OEKO-TEX® 100 Certified
The STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is an independent test and certification system for textile raw, intermediate and end products at all stages of processing. OEKO-TEX® test for harmful substances and tests are always geared towards how the textile will actually be used. The more closely the product is in contact with the skin, the stricter the human ecology requirements that it must meet.