We’ve rounded up a few ideas that you might like just as much as them. Choose wisely!
Because really, they are darling.
They’ve made a big comeback, but they still remind me of the 80’s. Simpler times . . .
These things seem to make everything around them look better, even your garage.
The perfect camera for your less coordinated children. It’s a sturdy little piece of equipment for your budding photographer!
Baby Alive is great, but really, it’s all about the doctor accessories.
Your little people move this scooter by moving their hips from side to side. Shake what your mama gave you!
Holy cats. I want a pair for myself.
It’s kind of a big deal. And a big Nerf blaster. It’s also top on my sons list so it made it on this big list.
Because it’s nostalgic, and fun.
Always a winner, no batteries required.
We had to throw at least one Star Wars themed gift in here. Look at the little Darth Vadar and Yoda fighting. Can you resist this? No.
Spice up your existing Lego sets with these removable stickers! This would be the cheaper alternative to the 2 million dollar set your child has been eyeing.
Hobby Horses are one of my all time favorites. They are basic, they foster great imaginative play, and these ones have great fabric.
Here’s a classic that is not only a cush toy for the little ones, but it will also look good in your house. A bonus.
These blocks are adorable and kids love them. We’ve got a set out on our table and kids can’t resist them.
These mazes keep little hands busy for a long time. I think the noise of the marbles moving down the wood puts kids in a hypnotic state. Which I’m cool with.
I basically think these things are great visual impact on Christmas morning, along with the fact that it’s a gift that encourages creative play.