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Holiday Gift Guides – For Kids & Teens

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CHECK OUT ALL OF OUR 2020 GIFT GUIDES HERE:

FOR THE HOME – FOR HER – FOR HIM – FOR KIDS AND TEENS

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  1. Double Tree Swing – We have a big tree in our backyard that is just BEGGING for a tree swing! I am eyeing this double seat version! So sweet!
  2. Velvet Bows – These bows have the cutest colors, actually stay in your child’s hair while they’re running around, and are even more darling in person!
  3. Boys Nikes – The only thing we love more than a long lasting pair of shoes, are shoes that we don’t have to tie! These check both of those boxes, plus they’re stylish.
  4. Pantone Color Puzzles – This is such a great educational tool for young kids, plus its easy to bring along in your purse to whip out when your child needs to be entertained!
  5. Boys Styling Gel – We have tried a lot of styling gels… like a LOT of styling gels… and this one continues to take the cake! Not too sticky and will hold their hair all day long.
  6. Art Notebooks – The only thing our kids want to color in anymore! They spark imagination, are the perfect size, and come in a 24 pack.
  7. Pajamas – The perfect soft, snuggly pajamas for the colder winter months. Comes in tons of prints for both boys and girls!
  8. Parka – This will keep your little ones so warm, and comes in two beautiful colors. Does it get better than little kids in parkas? We don’t think so.
  9. Hatch Nightlight – We can’t rave enough about this nightlight and sound machine combo. You can control it from your phone and even set timers so your kids know when its time to get up, and when they should still be sleeping!
  10. Crochet Kit – My older kids are VERY into fiber arts this year. Friendship bracelets, weaving, macrame, and crochet have all been pandemic time-passers! :) This kit is well done and great for beginners.
  11. Wooden Building Blocks – These are such a timeless toy, with endless possibilities. One of the few toys that we might enjoy just as much as our kids!
  12. Pink Tutu – We all wish we could say our child has never gone to the grocery store in a dress-up princess costume, but we just can’t win them all. Good news is, with a tutu as cute as this, we really don’t mind where they wear it.
  13. Checkered Vans – These shoes will never get old. Durable, cute, and kids can put them on all by themselves. Triple win.
  14. Bananagrams – We love tricking our kids into playing educational games. This is one they will never see coming! Endless fun, and as a parent you won’t get sick of it. (Can you even count how many times you’ve sat through a game of candy land?) We promise this won’t be one of those games!
  15. Bamboo Art Organizer – We paired it with this huge art kit. Your kids will be entertained for hours, and their supplies will have a better chance of staying in one place.
  16. Boys Corduroy Pants – Will boys in corduroys ever go out of style? We sure hope not! These are soft, and have a great price tag.
  17. Gingham Dress – We don’t often splurge on kids clothes, but a dress this cute is hard to resist. Perfect for the holidays and would make a grand hand-me-down when they grow out of it.
  18. Moon Lamp – A nightlight that your kids will obsess over, and it looks really great on a shelf.
  19. Chess & Checkers Set – Moma always has the coolest gift items and if your kids are into chess the way mine are, this set will be a fun and beautiful addition to your home!
  20. “Art This Way” Book – We love a simply written children’s book that is both interactive, and will teach your child a thing or two about fine art. This is one they can even enjoy on their own!

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  1. Neon Light – A way more affordable and slightly more subtle substitute for the real deal. It also seems to do the trick for helping your devastated teens recover if you’re a fellow mean mom that won’t let your kids have TikTok lights (or the app for that matter). :)
  2. Velvet Scrunchies – I saved my babysitting money for scrunchies and now my girls are doing the same. History repeats itself! (Except I had to beg my mom to drop me off at the mall so I could get mine at Wet Seal and Fashion Bug. My girls can get 25 delivered to our door same day.)
  3. Extraction Kit – I didn’t realize how needed things like extraction kits would be! Having teenagers is such a brave new world!
  4. Gold Citron Necklace – This gold plated necklace is pretty and dainty and will hold up for a good long while, but won’t be earth-shattering if it gets lost or broken! My 15 year old wears hers daily!
  5. Sherpa Jacket – I borrow this jacket from my two oldest daughters (who share clothes now!) and I love that the hood is removable!
  6. Hydroflask – Yup, still a thing. Don’t forget the stickers too! (see below!)
  7. Bluetooth Speaker – Poolside or for the shower! Now you can hear Billie Eilish 20 hours of the day like I do!
  8. Duffel Bag – A cute bag makes packing more fun, right? If only we could figure out the trick for unpacking.
  9. Birkenstock Style Slides – Speaking of history repeating itself… these are the easiest shoes to throw on, and we love the monochromatic look.
  10. Instax Printer – We bought my oldest daughter, who has an iPhone, this Instax printer last year and it’s her very favorite thing. She can just use her phone to take photos like normal, but then can chose her favorites to print out on the Polaroid-esque prints. She has them on linen boards in her room and they are her prized possession.
  11. Stickers – I have a pretty strict no glitter, no sharpies and no stickers policy for our house. (I know, I’m the worst.) But water bottle stickers are an exception. :)
  12. Zit Patches – These zit patches are some sort of witchcraft. I love them too. Use the extraction tool after washing your face and then apply one of these little patches over the pimple before bed and 9/10 times it’s all but completely gone by the morning! It’s amazing!
  13. Detangling Brush – Thousands of 5 star reviews are not wrong. I like this one better than the Wetbrush.
  14. Hair Wrap Towels – These are awesome for my girls who all prefer to air dry their hair. I use a Dyson Airwrap to dry and style my hair twice a week, but I still use these hair wrap towels to do most of the work of drying my hair before using heat!
  15. Dr. Marten Boots – I can’t believe my daughter is going to the same high school that I did, wearing the same shoes I loved. This is all so weird, guys. But love these boots and borrow them myself sometimes! :)
  16. Tweezer Set – Cute and functional! And harder to lose than the plain stainless ones!
  17. Record Player – In a digital age, where you can listen to basically any song at any time, there is something unique and so special about listening to music that’s as analog as record listening. It feels cool for kids and teens too.
  18. Travel Pouches – These are cute and totally washable! My girls use for our weekend trips up north.
  19. Silk Hair Ties – These are great for teens and adults alike! If your daughter wears her hair in a top knot for bed, she’ll want to use these to be safe!

 

CHECK OUT ALL OF OUR 2020 GIFT GUIDES HERE:

FOR THE HOME – FOR HER – FOR HIM – FOR KIDS AND TEENS

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4 thoughts on “Holiday Gift Guides – For Kids & Teens

  1. This is the best gift guide I’ve seen! I will be tracking down so many of these ideas for my own kids and my younger nieces and nephews.Thank you for pulling so many great ideas together!

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