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The Cutest Llama-Themed Baby Gear to Satisfy Your Obsession

Llama, llama, come to mama! From llama toys to baby clothes, nursery decor and mealtime accessories, here’s what we’re loving right now.

Owls? Nope. Foxes? Not any more. Unicorns? It was magical while it lasted. These days, the "it" animal plastered on baby onesies, nursery walls and everything in between is none other than the llama—you know, the modest pack animal with the oddly adorable face. Ready to follow the herd and get your hands on some too-cute llama gear for baby? Here’s your top-to-bottom, soup-to-nuts shopping guide for llama-themed toys, baby clothes, nursery decor and mealtime accessories sure to make you swoon.

In this article:
Cute llama toys
Cute baby llama clothing
Cute llama nursery decor
Cute llama mealtime accessories

Cute Llama Toys

Whether you’re on the hunt for a cuddly llama stuffed animal (or two) or some fun llama-themed brain games, we’ve got you covered. Scroll on for the best llama toys around for babies and toddlers.

Photo: Courtesy Makaor

Colorful Kawaii Llama Soft Plush Toy

There’s no shortage of llama stuffed animal choices out there, but we’re particularly smitten with this palm-sized sherbet-hued cutie. She’s simply bursting with bright cheer and love. And her petite size means she’s super-portable. One llama to go, please!

Buy it: $9, Amazon.com

Photo: Courtesy Target

Animal Adventure Jumbo Llama

For a more classic take on everyone’s favorite pack animal, we’re ga-ga over this creamy plush llama with his perfectly tousled faux fur. Plus, he’s the perfect size for floor snuggles during story time. (Llama, Llama Red Pajama, anyone?)

Buy it: $30, Target.com

Photo: Courtesy Stephen Joseph

Stephen Joseph Llama Xylophone

Let your wee llama-loving musician bang out some tunes on this adorable metal and wood xylophone set. Eight brightly colored keys and an included mallet encourage creativity and music-making and bolster motor skills and a deep love for the Boogie Oogie Oogie. (It even comes with sheet music!)

Buy it: $22, NordstromRack.com

Photo: Courtesy Lil Llama

Lil’ Llama Natural Rubber Teething Toy

Move over, Sophie la Girafe—there’s a new animal-themed teether in town. Lil’ Llama is a sweet, gentle squeaker made of natural rubber, so she’s super-soft and free of harmful chemicals and synthetic materials like lead-, phthalates, PVCs and BPA.

Buy it: $28, Amazon.com

Photo: Courtesy Teepee Joy

Llamas Out There Teepee

You kiddos can pretend they’re camping in the Andes Mountains where the llamas roam free as they play inside this beyond-cute llama-themed teepee tent. It’s roomy and tall (64 inches high) and made from chemical-free fabrics. Plus, for a little extra, you can add a coordinating mat, pouf, banner and pillows to up the cozy factor.

Buy it: $159, TeepeeJoy.com

Llama Matching Game

It’s a classic preschool toy with a trendy twist. For this version of the memory game, your kiddo is called on to pair 15 smirking, colorful llamas with their doppelgangers. The set is hand-stamped and painted on wooden squares and sealed with food-grade mineral oil and beeswax, so it’s totally safe if your child wants to give the llamas big, wet kisses. Bonus: Each set comes with a cotton drawstring bag, making it easy to take your llamas where ever you go.

Buy it: $25, Etsy.com

Photo: Courtesy Pottery Barn Kids

Preppy Llama Plush Stroller Clip

This llama is ready to roll. Simply clip the llama stuffed animal to baby’s stroller or car seat and let the on-the-go cooing begin. This cutiepie llama toy is soft to cuddle and squeeze and rattles as she goes. The clip also comes with a mirrored star to add to the fun factor.

Buy it: $16, PotteryBarnKids.com

Photo: Courtesy Mary Meyer

WubbaNub Lily Llama Pacifier

The stuffed animal / infant pacifier combo is straight up genius. And now that it’s been llama-fied, it’s trendy too. The llama in question is the lovely Lily Llama. She’s 6 inches of sherpa-like softness. She’s got super-friendly embroidered eyes, lashes and smile—but it may just be her colorful saddle that we heart the most. PS: Lily comes as a large llama stuffed animal too!)

Buy it: $20, Amazon.com

Photo: Courtesy Kids Preferred

Llama Llama Red Pajama Cuddle Pal

Where would llamas even be today if not for the uber-famous Llama Llama books, starting with the cult favorite, Llama Llama Red Pajama? This snuggly llama stuffed animal is pulled straight from the book, but whether you’ve got a big ol’ fan of Llama Llama or not, your kiddo will love to curl up with this soft, squishy llama cuddle buddy.

Buy it: $17, Amazon.com

Photo: Courtesy Cloud Island

Cloud Island Llama Security Blanket

Llamas and loveys come together as one with this too-cute-not-to-cuddle llama security blanket. It’s got a colorful zigzag pattern on one side and a bright, smooth swath of silky fabric on the reverse, satisfying all of baby’s comfort needs.

Buy it: $16, Amazon.com

Cute Baby Llama Clothing

Is there anything sweeter than dressing your kiddo in animal-themed clothes? Barely. Here’s the latest llama-tinged wears your little one will love.

No Drama Llama Onesie

If a baby onesie doesn’t make you smile, is it even a baby onesie? This hipster llama onesie will surely bring a grin to your face, thanks to the sunglass-clad, too-cool-for-school No Drama Llama featured on the front. You can get this print on a llama T-shirt too.

Buy it: Starting at $17, Etsy.com

Photo: Courtesy Jojo Maman Bebe

Llama A-Line Dress

Keep your wee llama-lover pleased as pie in this cheerful cotton llama print dress. Contrasting striped pockets and upturned sleeves add a little extra flair. With llama clothing this cute, your little one won’t want to take it off.

Buy it: $36, JojoMamanBebe.com

Photo: Courtesy Angel Dear

Lovely Llama Zipper Footie

This llama one-piece is pretty much perfect. Baby will not only look stylish in her spiffy llama print, but she’ll stay scratch-free with the convenient fold-over cuffs. We also love the fully lined hidden zipper, which ensures baby’s delicate skin stays irritation-free.

Buy it: $37, AngelDear.net

Photo: Courtesy Old Navy

Llama Graphic Fleece Sweatshirt

People wear their hearts on their sleeve, so why not have your kid wear their llama obsession on their shirt? We can’t get enough of this cozy brushed fleece sweatshirt, featuring a plush llama graphic on the front. Parents rave about its super-soft texture (and oh-so-cute look).

Buy it: $17, OldNavy.com

Photo: Courtesy OshKosh

Llama Sequin Top

Let your toddler shine in this sequined long-sleeve llama T-shirt from OshKosh B’Gosh. The gold and silver shimmer will pretty much guarantee no more drama over getting dressed from your sweet little llama.

But it: $10, OshKosh.com

Photo: Courtesy Popatu

Popatu Llama Romper

Colorfully adorned llamas and cacti—does llama clothing get any cuter? Not only is the pattern amazing, but the cotton and spandex material makes this snap-crotch romper super soft and stretchy. Bonus: The set comes with a matching bib.

Buy it: $33, Nordstrom.com

Photo: Courtesy Monica + Andy

Long-Sleeve Jack and Jill Bodysuit

This long-sleeve llama onesie has it all: organic cotton, envelope shoulders, snaps at the inseam and an impossibly cute llama print. What’s more, Monica + Andy offers a whole collection of llama clothing with this sweet pattern, from kimono-style rompers to snap one-pieces, dresses, hats, blankets and more.

Buy it: $28, MonicaandAndy.com

Llama Moccasins

Llamas and succulents on baby moccasins?! We’ve died and gone to hipster heaven. These cotton llama print moccs have elastic backs to keep them on even the most energetic of kids. They’re as gentle as socks, but much harder to kick off! Sizes 6 months and up come with grippy soles to support little ones on the move.

Buy it: Starting at $20, Etsy.com

Cute Llama Nursery Decor

If you’re reading this wishing you could deck baby’s room out in everything llama, you’re in luck! From llama bedding to llama lamps, crib sheets, mobiles and more, there’s plenty of llama nursery decor out there to meet your every decorating need.

Photo: Courtesy Fiona Walker

Fiona Walker Llama Mobile

This chic llama mobile features a herd of hand-stitched pack animals made of sustainable wool felt. The simplicity and charm of this fuzzy little llama mobile will soothe any babe to lla-lla lland.

Buy it: $110, Nordstrom.com

Photo: Courtesy Project Nursery

Loulou Lollipop Llama Crib Sheet

Wait—these llama crib sheets are made out of the same super-soft muslin that the best baby swaddles are made of? Sold! With sheet this soft, baby is almost guaranteed to sleep through the night. (Almost.)

Buy it: $28, ProjectNursery.com

Photo: Courtesy Oilo

Oilo Llama Changing Pad Cover

No need to change up your llama nursery decor theme when it comes to baby’s diaper changing station; this jersey cotton changing pad cover keeps the llama love going strong. Plus, it’ll feel amazingly soft against baby’s skin and is a breeze to clean in the washing machine.

Buy it: $30, Nordstrom.com

Photo: Courtesy World Market

Gold Llama Accent Lamp

Bring a touch of sophistication to your llama-themed nursery with this whimsical resin and steel table lamp with a lovely matte gold finish. While the lamp shade is sold separately, it’s just $17 and really ties the whole look together.

Buy it: $29, WorldMarket.com

Photo: Courtesy Crate & Barrel

Llama Storage Bin

In South America, llamas can carry loads of up to 75 pounds. In baby’s nursery or playroom, this soft-sided llama bin is designed to carry a lot too—like stuffed animals, blocks, blankets and more. And maybe, just maybe, the llama’s embroidered and appliqué face and ears will lure kiddos to clean up after playtime.

Buy it: $35, CrateandBarrel.com

Photo: Courtesy Anthropologie

Llama Growth Chart

When it comes to keeping track of your child’s growth, let llama lend a helping hand. This modern but classic jute and canvas growth chart, which hangs from a wooden dowel, would look stunning in any nursery. Plus, you can remove the dowel and frame it once your little one isn’t so little any more.

Buy it: $68, Anthropologie.com

Photo: Courtesy Just4Kids

Just4Kids Llama Wooden Bookends

If you’re a parent, you’re pretty much guaranteed to have a hoard of books: board books, lift-the-flap books, rhyming books, counting books, you name it. Why not let these two well-dressed llamas sandwich your kiddo’s favorite reads?

Buy it: $23, Amazon.com

Photo: Courtesy Minted

LalaLlama Pillow

Don’t leave a single nook of baby’s nursery un-llama-fied. Toss this delightful throw pillow onto your rocking chair to layer your llama look. The unique design is sourced from a global community of independent artists, adding the perfect artistic touch to your little one’s room.

Buy it: $44, Minted.com

Photo: Courtesy Pottery Barn Kids

Nursery Llama Plush Rocker

Your toddler may not be able to ride a full-grown, spitting llama in all it’s 6-foot-tall glory, but they can enjoy a smooth ride on this pretty little llama rocker. (And really, isn’t that even better?) He’s the perfect size for wee riders (recommended for kids 18 to 36 months), and his luxe faux fur and sturdy wood rails make it a rocker your child will keep coming back to.

Buy it: $189, PotteryBarnKids.com

Photo: Courtesy Wayfair

Sahana 8-Piece Llama Paper Print Set

Take four llamas, three cacti and one mountain range, and you’ve got the perfect llama-themed print set for baby’s nursery. Each picture is small in size (7 x 5 inches) but big in style, with their fresh palate and clean lines.

Buy it: $23, Wayfair.com

Cute Llama Mealtime Accessories

Why stop with llama onesies and llama bedding? Take your llama obsession all the way to the dining table. Here are some of our llama-themed favorites for mealtime.

Photo: Courtesy Pottery Barn Kids

Llama Feeding Set

Since llamas are herbivores, these sweet, playful animals might actually encourage your toddler to eat more veggies. Worse case? At least you’ll have this adorable llama-adorned plate and bowl set to serve chicken nuggets in. Not only is the pair super-cute, it’s made from melamine and bamboo fiber, making it durable and dishwasher safe.

Buy it: $29, PotteryBarnKids.com

Photo: Courtesy Caden Lane

Lovely Llamas Nursing Pillow Cover

Give your spit-up stained Boppy a makeover courtesy of this cute, quirky, llama-covered nursing pillow cover. You can even get your monogram stitched onto the cotton covering for a little something extra.

Buy it: $25, CadenLane.com

Photo: Courtesy Modern Twist

modern-twist Llama Silicone Baby Bucket Bib

If baby is a messy eater (and what baby isn’t?), this llama-themed bib should be your go-to. It’s made from waterproof, food-grade silicone (free of BPA, PVC, lead, latex and phthalates) and features an adjustable neck strap and a deep pocket to catch all the food baby’s mouth doesn’t. Once mealtime is over, you can wipe it clean or toss into the dishwasher.

Buy it: $20, Amazon.com

Photo: Courtesy Skip Hop

Skip Hop Llama Straw Bottle

Cheers to you, llama! We’re totally digging this transitional sippy cup featuring a loveable llama graphic. When you’re toddler is ready to move on from standard sippy cups, this bottle feels like a big kid cup but still offers the protection of a flip-top lid to keep liquid in and the straw clean. Heads up: Skip Hop makes a slew of adorable llama-themed mealtime gear, including toddler utensils, lunch boxes, plate and bowl sets and more!

Buy it: $9, Amazon.com

Photo: Courtesy Armo Fit

Llama Lunch Bag

Whether heading to grandma’s house, daycare or road tripping with mom and dad, your kiddo will love storing her PB&J in this bright floral llama lunch box. It’s insulated to keep food hot or cold, zips up to prevent spills, folds flat for storage and can even be tossed into the washing machine for a deep clean.

Buy it: $16, Amazon.com

Published January 2019

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