So, I can’t believe we’re already talking gift guides! Actually, I couldn’t be more excited if we’re being honest. I’ve got my tree up, house is decorated, so I guess the next step is to start shopping, right?! Are you an overachiever too this year and have your tree out and up yet? I know it’s not even Thanksgiving but Corbin is at such a fun age and has been so antsy about Christmas coming in however many sleeps and it will be Cami Kate’s first Christmas on the outside so mama is ready to celebrate big! Also, if you aren’t already aware, Thanksgiving falls late this year so we actually have 6 less days of shopping! Yikes! Which in my mind, is even more reason to start marking off that list! I’ll be honest though and tell you guys that I am such a procrastinator when it comes to shopping over the holidays. Like, so bad! I’m hopeful though that this year will be different since I’ve got the spirit! Also, praying I can find a good hiding spot where Corbin won’t find all of the gifts “Santa” will be leaving on Christmas Eve. Pray for me, y’all!
Today, I’m sharing several options kids gifting options for all ages. Whether you’re shopping for babies, toddlers, tweens or teens, I hope there’s something below for everyone! I also wanted to include a broad range of pricing this year too. Several items are $25 to $50 and under, while others are over $200. Hoping you will find what is on your kiddos wish list, and if not, shoot me a message and I would be so happy to help you find it!
Below are several ideas, but something else that is even more precious than the latest, greatest toy is an experience. I always want to be transparent in this space and thought I’d share what we’ve done as a family in previous years. My mom always says that each year instead of a bunch of gifts, it would be so fun to start a trip fund and add to it instead of saving for gifts. Taking a trip as a family and creating memories instead of having more things is something your kids will always remember and will cherish. They may not remember what they got for Christmas that one year, but they will always remember that time you went skiing, or took them to Disney. It doesn’t have to be an elaborate vacation either, but is an idea of you’re looking to make memories and not spend as much on what is under the tree. We’ve taken cruises, gone to the mountains, and even just taken weekend trips to nearby resorts. We’ve always looked forward to the time together and to just be able to go somewhere, relax and sightsee. Just some food for thought, but I will say, there are some really fun gifting options below too if you’re looking for inspiration.
I’ve also linked some stocking stuffer ideas as well, most under $20! I hope this is a helpful resource for you this season and inspires you to get ahead of the game a little too! 🙂
Gifts for infants to teens and ages in between.
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With a grateful heart,