Season 2 of The Mandalorian has lived up to expectations so far, and Baby Yoda, though tiny in stature, is a big reason why the show is so compelling. Baby Yoda initially infiltrated popular culture last year, but his popularity and ubiquity has only grown. While it was hard to find Baby Yoda merchandise last year and even earlier this year, heaps of toys, collectibles, apparel, and much more have released over the past several months. If you're shopping for a fan of the Disney+ hit this holiday, we've got you covered. We've rounded up the best Baby Yoda merch you can buy right now--just in time for Christmas.
From plushies and figures to Lego sets and board games, Baby Yoda can be found across a wide variety of great products. Whether you're shopping for yourself or looking for the perfect gift for The Mandalorian fan in your life, there's sure to be something here of interest. For more Star Wars products, make sure to check out our full Star Wars gift guide.
Baby Yoda deserves all the snuggles, so one of the best and cutest products you can buy is this 11-inch plush from Mattel. Released earlier this year, this plush has remained near the top of the charts at Amazon ever since. The Child has a soft body and a base filled with beans. The plush comes in packaging that resembles Baby Yoda's space bassinet.
Build Baby Yoda, you will. Lego has recreated The Mandalorian co-star in this 1,073-piece set recommended for kids ages 10 and up. The completed build comes in at 7.5 inches tall and 8.5 inches wide. The Child's head, ears, and mouth are posable to create different expressions. He also carries his favorite toy, the gear knob from the Razor Crest. This set comes with an information card and a tiny Baby Yoda minifigure, too.
While Mattel's 11-inch plush is cuter, the toy manufacturer's 8-inch plush is cuddlier. The entire plush is soft, including Baby Yoda's head and hands. It would be the ideal choice if you're shopping for a small child who regularly sleeps with stuffed animals.
Hasbro has a series of cute 2.2-inch Baby Yoda figures, each of which shows the tiny Force wielder in a different pose. They are sold in 2-packs for $16 each. Series 2 recently released and features adorable designs such as The Child in his bassinet, chewing on the Mandalorian pendant, and Baby Yoda in a bag.
Remarkably, Chia Pets are still a thing. The decorative planters were unleashed on the world more than 40 years ago, and since they still exist, of course there's a Baby Yoda Chia Pet. But this pottery planter actually looks really nice; it's arguably one of the best Baby Yoda designs we've come across. After planting the Chia seeds, it only takes a couple of weeks for Baby Yoda to be surrounded by green sage.
Hasbro's Animatronic Baby Yoda has a bunch of interactive features. Baby Yoda makes plenty of sounds to let you know he's happy or sleepy as well as Force sound effects. His head, ears, and eyes move, and he even has Force activation that mimics the first time we saw him use his powers in Season 1. Animatronic Baby Yoda has a realistic design and comes with the iconic pendant, too.
The Lego Brickheadz line lets you create chunky and surprisingly elaborate versions of popular characters. This set features Mando and The Child in his bassinet. Each figure is 3 inches tall, and the build includes 295 pieces.
Funko keeps churning out Pop figures of Baby Yoda, and fans keep scooping them up. Multiple Baby Yoda vinyl figures are already hard to find at their original prices, but you can still get this GameStop-exclusive Pop for regular price. Featuring Baby Yoda staring fondly at the Razor Crest's control knob, this Pop figure is quite wholesome.
Baby Yoda has been turned into a Bluetooth speaker thanks to Bitty Boomer. At just 2 inches tall, the Baby Yoda Bitty Boomer is designed for portability. It still has fairly loud audio, especially when you consider its compact size. The Bitty Boomer has a 30-foot range and runs for four hours between charges (via included microUSB cable). It also comes with a strap so you can connect it to your backpack.
Hasbro has released Mandalorian-themed versions of some of its most popular classic board games, and they happen to revolve around none other than Baby Yoda. You can pick up Trouble, Monopoly, and Operation for great prices at Amazon. Don't worry, you're not operating on Baby Yoda.
While you may think that your Christmas tree is already too crowded with ornaments each year, there's little chance you have an ornament as cute as this little guy. Baby Yoda doesn't mind where you place him on the tree, but chances are he'll find a spot front and center.
Not much needs to be said about this delightful Baby Yoda bobblehead, though it's quite charming that Hot Toys made him look astonished. It comes with a sturdy base to help you display him for all to see.
Many Christmas sweaters are ugly, but it's impossible for anything with Baby Yoda imprinted on it to be anything less than adorable. This sweater features a festive design and Baby Yoda smiling from his bassinet in the center. It's available in adult sizes ranging from small to XXL.
At this point, it wouldn't be an exaggeration to say there are thousands of T-shirts featuring Baby Yoda. Sometimes simpler is better, though. This portrait tee shows Baby Yoda in one of his most recognizable poses.
Throw blankets are great to have around the living room couch, especially during the colder months of the year. This soft Baby Yoda throw blanket is both adorable and practical. It's 40 x 50 inches, made of 100% polyester, and machine washable. The design features Chibi Baby Yoda, which has become popular for Mandalorian merchandise.
Mattel's The Child Real Moves Plush takes your quest for an actual Baby Yoda to the next level. This remote-controlled plush walks, moves his head and ears, and more. You can even play Hide-and-seek with the little guy.
This can be used as either a night light or a decor lamp. The unique display includes three acrylic plates: Baby Yoda, Darth Vader, and Chewbacca. With the included remote, you can cycle through 16 different colors.
Admittedly, this is a weird one, but it could make for a funny stocking stuffer. Baby Yoda Bop-It is just like the classic game, but this time you bop Baby Yoda on the head. It does sound slightly mean, we know.
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