Christmas might almost be here- but that doesn’t mean you can’t still snag some awesome gifts for your kiddos (though you might need to shell out for rush shipping).
Today I am showing you a few of my favorite kids gifts that I am thrilled to have under the tree this year. To find out more about each set profiled, please click on the photos to be taken directly to their websites!
First off are these ADORABLE clock pillows from Steph of Silly Pearl.
I haven’t ever seen a pillow like this before- Steph has painstakingly added lots of intricate details like bright, fun fabrics and moving clock hands that help kids learn to tell time in style!
The work on these pillows is exceptional- Steph has clearly thought a lot about making a quality toy that isn’t just adorable, but fun and will withstand hours of play from little ones eager to learn to tell time.
(while you check out the Silly Pearl shop, be sure to see her beautiful earrings as well!)
Next up are some beautiful items from my friend Jeni’s shop (Jeni and I went to high school together- I love watching her handmade business grow!).
Jeni makes all kinds of awesome goods for wee ones- like carseat ponchos that keep kids warm and safe, super hero masks and capes, tutus, and some adorable and genius roll-up road playmats complete with pockets to store little matchbox cars!
Jeni’s shop might be closed while she gets orders out depending on when you order- but be sure to drop her a note and see if you can snag something when her Christmas orders are complete!
I love Jeni’s products. They are made from high quality materials and she obviously pays a lot of attention to detail. They are hardy and sturdy- meant to be loved by rambunctious kiddos.
And last, but certainly not least, are some of our favorites we recently checked out from Hasbro this year.
Little man and his daddy were THRILLED to see Darth Tater- whose catchphrase on the box was “may the fries be with you”. Even baby B loves Darth Tater (of course, when my husband lets the babies play with it).
We also loved playing Hungry Hungry Herd (when baby B was asleep- unfortunately the marbles are not safe to have around babies), and while little man is a bit too young for Monopoly, I really love the Cityville version. It is a fun new twist on Monopoly that is a little brighter and more fun for younger players.
I received products mentioned in the post for review- all opinions are 100% my own.