7 Gifts For Your Littles This Christmas

Happy Monday Friends! How was your weekend? Was it busy and hectic or did you have time to relax? I can’t believe it’s almost December! I will be putting up our Christmas decorations this weekend once Thanksgiving has passed and I’m so excited that it’s only 26 days until my flight back to the UK! Eeeek! I’ve found in the past that small people are soooo hard to buy for at Christmas. They seem to change their minds every five minutes (I’m fairly certain my mama will tell you I used to do this too!) and sometimes it can be so hard to keep track of what they want/need. I love sustainable toys and I’ma huge fan of people using their imagination, so if you’re unsure what to buy for the little people in your life this Christmas, look no further…

City In A Bag $25

City in a bag - New York

City in a bag - New York

On the wishlist of every wannabe builder/architect/designer/adult on the planet. Buy yours here or here

Magna Tiles $149.99 (48 Piece Set)

Magna Tiles

Magna Tiles

Hours of magnetic building fun for all the family. Buy it here.

Imaginarium Wooden Block Set $49.99 (150 Piece Set)

I want these! Hours of creating, learning, exploring and their imaginations go wild! Buy it here

Kinetic Sand $29.95 (2.5kg)

This stuff if actual magic. I’m not even kidding. No mess, no fuss, hours of entertainment. Buy it here.

Kidoozie Foam Pogo Jumper $12.95

I so remember the first time I got a pogo stick – I was so excited. And then I promptly fell off and my mama forbid me (and my brother) from using them in the house. No such worries with this foam beauty. You can use it inside or out so your littles can have fun no matter the weather. Buy it here.

Create a City.

Using road tape, painters tape, building blocks and a few automobiles, your littles will cost lost in their own imaginations as they create a town/city/country of their own. Buy road tape here and painters tape at any good hardware store.

Outdoor Science Kit

Before I got all squeamish and wimpy about bugs, I used to love digging outside in the dirt! Create an outdoor science kit for your small people with a trowel, spade, magnifying glass and a box for them to observe wildlife in. I love these hand tools from Twigz.

What are you buying for your littles this year? Are they still obsessed with Frozen or are Minions reigning supreme? I’d love to hear your suggestions! I’ll be back on #WeddingWednesday and if you’ve missed any of the other gift guides, you can find them all here. Until then…