Ok last but not least, a little holiday gift guide with ideas for toddlers. Hopefully these works for boys and girls from around 2-5 on your list.
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Sesame Street Socks . These are so darn cute. If you do have a Sesame Street fan, it might be worth checking out the decor and toys from Crate and Barrel. So darn cute!
Anywhere Chair. These are handy little chairs to have a comfy spot for a little one all over the house.
Dream & Shine Sleep Trainer. I wish this was around when my girls were tiny. It serves as a night light, sleep trainer, alarm all in one. It will change colors so a child can see Red when it is time for bed, orange when it is almost time to wake up and green when it is time to get up. Find this from Amazon here (with free shipping for Prime members).
Interactive Cat . As close to a real pet as you can get without needing to change a litter box. These kitties will open and close eyes, lift a paw, purr. These were created as a companion for eldery people that might not be able to care for a real animal but would be really sweet pets for small people too. You can also find these adorable plush cats if you want something more budget friendly.
Crocodile Creek Playground Ball. Something to kick, hit, push or bounce is important considering we will all be spending a lot more time at home this winter. I love the little dog design but there are several different options to choose from.
Little Tikes Go Green Ride On. Again an idea for stay at home play and how unbelievably cute is this option? There are a bunch more that are so cute like this Ladybug Cozy Coupe, or Racecar Cozy Coupe , or Reindeer Cozy Coupe.
Ball Pit. When my girls were little we had one of these in the playroom. I choose one that was a little more subtle but there are tons of designs and sizes- you can even use an inflatable pool. This can give the kids a little activity when they are stuck at home on rainy days.
Slide. This is a little more fun of a design than the standard plastic slide but this would be so fun leading into the ball pit if you have a covered backyard space or a play room. Or skip the ball pit and just get the little slide. You can see other options for slides here.
Animal Slippers. Cutest little slippers. Perfect with Christmas pjs.
Sunny Days Bubble Mower. Anything with bubbles is a winner to me and this is so cute to look forward to Spring.
Book Buddy. I bought one of these for my 11 year old. It is a little pillow to prop up a book or an iPad. I think this would be perfect for car trips if you plan to have a little more time on iPads or coloring etc…
Play Doh Rex the Chomper. This is a fun Play doh option.
Gel Crayons . These are a fun twist on standard crayons for bigger kids. For smaller kids these Dot Dot Markers are great. A Jumbo Coloring Book is perfect to go with this. If you get the dot markers, get a coloring book to go with those here.
Rainboots. A fun alternative to Hunter boots.
Alone Together Book. This is a book that just defines 2020 I think. The World Made a Rainbow is another option, or While We Can’t Hug,or Lucys Mask. PS: You can order tiny masks for dolls or stuffed animals off Etsy here.
And here are some other gift guides you may have missed: