Friday, November 30, 2018

2018 Gift Guide : Littles

Today I'm sharing a variety of goodies to provoke your gift ideas for the littles in your life. Personally, I gravitate towards gifts that are somewhat educational, practical, or, lets be honest here, undyingly adorable. Needless to say, there's a decent variety here. In all seriousness, gifts that encourage tinkering, exploring, or creating are always a great option. For more ideas, check out last year's gift guide

apron | suitcase | terrarium kit | bonfire set | remote control car | weaving loom | book

The Joy of Giving by Jan Berenstain was recommended to me by a friend this year and I happily added it to my gift list for every kiddo on my list. I love a book with a lesson that isn't too in your face but hints at the kind way to live.

Blue Remote Control Phantom Racer Trike is a great pricepoint for a remote control car, making it an excellent option for a babe that's too little for a fancy remote control with lots of buttons. This simplified version also comes in red and goes 7 mph. Don't forget the batteries!

The Craft Weaving Loom is an excellent choice for the child a little older and into creating. The 20" loom looks like it is substantial quality and comes with 4 colors of string. A gift like this could spark a hobby to last for years to come.

This star-printed apron and the bonfire set are perfect for kiddos with an imagination. I love these options as side gifts to a kitchen playhouse or a teepee. Let's be real, the accessories always make an ensemble better! The apron can also be used in the real kitchen if your child is an inspired sous chef.

This suitcase is the most functional of all gifts and we all know how much kids like to be as grown up as possible. A suitcase will give them the perfect storage for going to visit grandma or a friend, whether it's packed with clothes or their favorite Barbies, which is how I usually packed my suitcase. The durable case would also make great room storage that is super attractive.

Grow N Glow Terrarium is the perfect STEAM activity combining science and art. This is perfect for the child that loves to the outdoors. The plastic jar makes it super kid-friendly and the glow in the dark stars make it extra fun.

*I clearly love the terrarium because someone kindly pointed out it was in last years gift guide. That's how good it is people! I promise to find a different option next  year. Insert shrug emoji.