OUR CHILDREN’S GIFT GUIDE
Curated Children's Gift Guide Brought To You By The rē•spin Mamas
It’s that time of year, the toy magazines have been arriving at your doorstep, and your kiddos have likely circled what they want — and not so subtly shared it with you.
The mamas on our team curated this children’s gift guide – because if our littles are showered with toys why not ones that are easy on the eyes, the wallet, and help give back.
Let me introduce you to the most stunning cups of artisan dough you’ve ever seen — and a total little person crowd-pleaser — Land of Dough.
Multilayered and beautifully designed, these dough cups are mixed and created sans mass production and handcrafted in the USA. Get ready to want to collect them all — and don’t forget to check on their new Kits!
The perfect addition to arts and crafts — a diverse set of skin tone colored crayons to celebrate and support inclusiveness and diversity. Bravo, All Of Us, bravo.
Have you heard of “the Little Boy (Girl) Who Lost His (Her) Name” series? If not, move it to the top of your list. If so, and you already own a copy, great news! Wonderbly came out with a sequel that is sure to elicit giggles galore from the little ones. Entitled “The Little Girl (Boy) Who Dared to Dream,” the book takes its audience through a colorful wonderland with fun, engaging characters. Like its predecessor, this book is personalized with your child’s name, making it a forever loved keepsake.
Need something a bit more practical but just as fun? Check out this kitchenware from Kinto. Their BONBO line is designed for longevity, made of durable material that is both dishwasher and microwave safe. Simple. Unique. And a perfect practical (yet stylish) addition to your holiday gifting.
I can’t imagine a single age that wouldn’t like to find one of these under the tree — My Mini Print — a cute, portable, thermal-based printing system. No ink is needed to immortalize moments and memories by connecting and printing straight from a smartphone.
The site’s description says it all, “This beautifully designed, science-based journal helps tweens and teens develop a resilient, growth mindset so they can grow into confident, happy adults.”
The pages are full of engaging illustrations, prompts, and places to write on topics like goal setting, overcoming challenges, and positive self-talk.
Finally, involve your kids in choosing charities for donations over the holidays. Not only does it create charitable habits that will serve them for life, but it will also be making a significant impact in someone else’s lives. Here are just a few:
If you know of a shelter or children’s charity in your area, that is a great place to start. Most locations will take gently used clothing and such but make sure to call ahead, as some charities won’t accept toy donations.
Feed a child for a day — your child can pick the county they’d like their donation to go to and read about how just a few dollars can feed so many young people around the world.
Operating the nations’ largest sanctuary for homeless pets, your children can choose from various animal types and locations to support.