Gift Guide: Toddlers

Can you tell there is an (almost) two year old boy running around my house these days? I tried with all my might to pick gifts for girls and boys...but my mind keeps gravitating in one direction. Either way, these gifts are sure to please!

Pima Half Zips - These are my favorite for layering, tossing over a t-shirt when we are running late for church, bumming around on the weekends in. My little guy has a few, and they are our #1 go to clothing item for him.

A Gentle Reminder - Lena of Mattie Mae Designs specializes in hand applique shirts and onesies for kids, but recently she added a few embroidery hoops and hand painted pieces to her shop. I love how this very kid friendly art reinforces the mantra I find myself constantly repeating...Be kind...

Crayon Holder - This wooden truck is an aesthetically pleasing addition to any toddler's work table.

Foxy - Could this stuffed animal get any cuter? I like how the fox almost seems as if he is a toddler himself (rather than a baby fox) and know he would be quite the companion on imaginary journeys in our household.

Bowling Set - Behr is getting one for his birthday and we are so excited! This set is sturdy, and enjoyable for all ages!

Giant Noah's Ark - We love wooden play animals, but our collection is rather small. This Noah's Ark could be use in counting, sorting, patterns, bible story time, accompany the reading of other books, or just simply plain fun. This toy would get serious mileage in any home.

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  1. As a mom of a girl with a boy on the way this is great info! I'm the opposite of you, girl on the brain means I can't think beyond tea sets and dolls :)

    1. And holy cow, I'm in love with that Noah's ark.

  2. that noah's ark is awesome. and the fox!



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