Are your kiddos finalizing their Christmas list yet? Mine as usual pick one thing they get stuck on and don’t ask for too much else. I’m guessing the older they get the longer their list will become!
Here are some really fantastic kid gift ideas you may not have thought of yet. They are so cool!
Top 8 Gifts For Kids This Year
Little Passports – This monthly subscription service that inspires children to explore the world. Each month you’ll get a tiny suitcase with your passport and activities to learn about a new place!
I See Me Books – These books are absolutely adorable! My little girl has loved seeing her photo and her name inside a real book.
Platform Swing – This is the ultimate backyard swing for kids. It is strong – holding up to 250 pounds and featuring a sturdy padded steel frame.
Mermaid Tail Blanket – These minky blankets in the shape of a mermaid tail are amazing. My daughter got one for her birthday and sleeps with it every night religiously. You can not go wrong with this gift and there are sharks, too!
Personal Transporter – My little boy is getting this on Christmas morning and I am SO EXCITED! One day he saw a real segway and said that was what he wanted for Christmas. Of course, I told him no way, that’s not even possible… but then I saw a safe, children’s version that was actually affordable. This uses a 12V battery and will go up to 3.7 mph.
Cogni Dino – This smart toy is powered by IBM Watson and is loaded with information and even personalities. These little dinosaurs are amazing.
FurReal Friends StarLily – All my daughter asked for was a unicorn – a REAL unicorn! Lucky for us she quickly began to understand that there is no such thing. BUT, this is a close second. This unicorn lights up, talks, sings and flaps her wings.
Spikeball – Did you catch this on Shark Tank? It’s a game similar to volleyball that is played with four people. The coolest part? It glows in the dark!
Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.