Gift giving is one of my favorite parts of Christmas, but imI also know for many it can be very stressful. I have gathered a list of what I found to be my favorite gifts to give this year, and have included something for everyone!
We are headed to Disneyworld in February for the Content Creators Land and Sea Celebration and we are going to tell the kids on Christmas morning. So, I have gathered Disney items for each person including baby and myself.
The Petunia Pickle Bottom Disney line is absolutely adorable so the Boxy Diaper Backpack ($215) is a #musthave for any Momma headed to Disney.
The Aden and Anais Disney Collection is also so adorable for baby. The dream blanket ($50) is so cozy and so classic Mickey, the matching bib and swaddles complete the set for baby to always be wrapped in cozy blankets.
Nuk makes an adorable Mickey Infant Tableware Set for baby ($40) which is a gift Killian will get so much use out of as we get excited leading up to the trip.
For my parents, I got them a Nutribullet Blender Combo $119.99 since they still use the blender they got when they were first married 40 years ago and watching them make margaritas and smoothies is downright painful to watch!
For my son and daughter to play together, I love to get them things where they work together and have fun. Lakeshore Learning has an awesome Ultimate Fort Builder fun for any
For my toddler, Lakeshore Learning has an adorable Take-A-Long Train Station $49.99. Whenever we visit peoples homes that do not have children I ache to have something to play with so this should be super. It's light and fun, everything packs right up into it for easy travel. He is going to love it!
LEGO kits are one of my favorite gifts to give for kids of all ages. My oldest will sit and do a LEGO kit for hours and when he is finished he is relaxed and accomplished. The ones shown here are for my 5 year old son, he will do these in about 45 minutes each. LEGO makes kits for ages 1-101 with all different skill levels and themes.