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Sunday, December 15, 2019

Toddler Gift Guide + Stocking Stuffers

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Can y'all believe it's less than ten days until Christmas?!
I don't know if it's just the speed of life or just the business of the season, but I just have felt like this time of year has swept by me and I'm not ready!

Today I'm sharing a ton of my favorite toddler gifts (& some stocking stuffers). These are really geared toward a younger toddler, since Charlie is 15 months old. He has a lot of these items and a few are from his wishlist.

These Stacking Rings are a super affordable gift and have provided tons of entertainment for Charlie.
We don't personally have a Cozy Coupe at our house, but my parents keep one at theirs for Charlie to play with & Chris' parents have one too and I would say that it's probably in his top three favorite toys ever. My parent's honestly have to hide it at their house if I can only stop by for a few minutes because Charlie won't want to leave it!
Something that I never knew I needed, but I'm so grateful that it exists are Mitten Clips. After losing a pair of mittens because Charlie slipped them off without me noticing, I searched the internet and found a set of four clips. You just clip one end to the mitten and one end to their sleeve-they work great and are perfect for a stocking.
Charlie's birthday was just a few months ago and his favorite gift from the entire celebration was his Mickey Mouse Ride-On Airplane. It has tons of great sounds and he loves both pushing it around and riding on it. It was so popular, we even took it to Grayton Beach with us!
Books are my all-time favorite gift to give and receive and in my recent Amazon searches for children's books, I discovered Indestructibles books and added three to Charlie's Amazon wishlist because they are so cool. They are rip proof, waterproof, lightweight, and washable so they're perfect for little ones. They are also super affordable and would make a sweet stocking stuffer.
Charlie wears one of his Carhartt Knit Hats every single day. They are easy to toss in his bag, they keep his head warm, and wash very easily.
My favorite gifts are the ones that grow with kiddos, like the Smart Stages Puppy that Charlie got at one of my baby showers. He loved it as just a sweet stuffed animal when he was little and it has different stages of songs and things to teach him as he grows. It's very entertaining for him! It also comes in a girl version.
We originally bought Goodnight Tractor at the American Farm Bureau Convention for Charlie to have as a keepsake from our trip, but he loved the book so dang much that we ended up buying a second copy to preserve the special one! Since then, we've also added Goodnight Digger to the nightly rotation.
They also have Goodnight Princess available!
Another birthday gift that was a big hit was Charlie's small Rocking Horse. It's just his size and he loves rocking in front of the window or television.
Charlie's "big" gift from us this year is his Anywhere Chair with his name embroidered on it.
I snagged it for a great deal on Black Friday, but they still have it marked down right now. It's so lightweight and the cover comes right off, so you can wash it.
This is my selfish wishlist item for Charlie, but ever since discovering the Jeep Stroller Wagon I've been dying to get it for us! It's got so many great points like the canopy or the fact that it can handle both like a stroller or a wagon. It also has a car seat base or two five-point-harnesses for older kids. I think it would be awesome for neighborhood walks or trips to the zoo. So many possibilities!
Last but not least, to go with your mitten clips you need your Mittens! These are the best mittens I've found for little ones that stay on (especially with the help of those clips). They are also an awesome value for the three pairs.

Well, I hope that was somewhat helpful! A lot of those products come from Amazon or other places that do quick shipping so you can still get your items under your tree in time...and if not, they won't know the difference anyway 😉

Until next time. . .

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