Since we’ve got the men in your life covered with a gift guide already, we couldn’t leave out the young ones. Little boys are so much fun to shop for and we had a blast putting together this list of some ideas (and things we’re getting our very own little guy) to get you started shopping for that little guy in your life!
1// Stuck $11.78 Floyd’s up to some silly shenanigans in this fun book by Oliver Jeffers… totally on our list in the “something to read” category.
2// Roar Ride-on Head $26 (15% off at Little Modern with code FRESH15 through 12/31/13) Let your kids take a ride on adorable mythical creatures like this dino head or their unicorn head and watch imaginative play take off.
4// Canvas Fold Away TeePee $160 I’ve been dreaming of a play tent for reading, playing and snoozing in for the kids (and maybe a little bit for me too) for awhile now, and this fold away one is perfect for stashing when not in use. Another plus? It’s handmade in the USA, actually in my own city!
5// Kiwi Crate $20 I love subscription boxes, they’re one of my new favorite things! (Hello, glamour box subscriptions!) But if you’re not ready to commit to these creative kits full of art, science, crafts and games for the kids each month, you can also order just one and have your pick of which kit!
6// Pop-Out and Play Safari $9 This new line of pop out toys by Pettit Collage is so clever, and totally adorable… and keeping kids entertained and happy for only $9 is stellar!
7// National Geographic for Kids $15 + National Geographic for Little Kids $15 After finding the kids each their own books, we ended up adding on these awesome National Geographic subscriptions for the kids to satiate their growing appetite for learning all year long. How fun are these?!
8// Swoon Tee $28 + 3-Pack Boxers $9.99 + Sneakers $24.95 In the “something to wear” category for the kids this year, I couldn’t help but add some boxer briefs to Brayden’s loot and I’m always a sucker for a tee with a good line.
9// Jeep Boy’s Bike $84.91 The number one Christmas request in our home? Bicycles! Both of our “big” kiddos want a new one, and Brayden is ready to graduate from a tricycle. Oh boy, here we go!
So there you have it! We’ve got a few more ideas coming in the next few days, if you’re making your lists, stay tuned. And happy shopping!