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little kids gift guide 2020

sharing my little kids gift guide 2020 for the holidays / leslie musser one brass fox

This little kids gift guide may be the most hazardous of all for me to compile. Poring over adorable children’s things for hours on end makes me want to empty our bank account in spoiling efforts. To the relief of my husband, I kept it restrained. But now I get to share these favorite products with you in hopes I can live vicariously through your shopping.

one: hone the fine motor skills through fun play with this lacing set ($45)

two: a most precious Maileg mouse that can be the start of a beautiful collection ($32)

three: this climbing pikler triangle with optional add-ons for endless indoor fun ($200)

four: adorable handmade dolls to become heirloom passdowns ($22)

five: this little magnetic dollhouse offers a whole new realm of imagination ($35)

six: an inspiring book collection of women in art ($39)

seven: balancing rock blocks in the loveliest color scheme of all ($58)

eight: an alphabet puzzle to train the mind, hand-eye-coordination, but make it fun ($28)

nine: this magnetic fishing pole game Colton has been begging to have ($38)

ten: you can’t go wrong with the softest pajamas in the world ($18)

eleven: kids wooden baking tools for the budding chef in your life

twelve: the chicken coop that made me rethink wanting to have poultry of my own ($25)

thirteen: this farm school bus brings back so many nostalgia feels ($19)

fourteen: a bento lunchbox so cute and practical even the adults want to borrow it ($21)

fifteen: stackable cups that come in a beautiful, muted aesthetic–parents and babies both win ($15)

sixteen: nothing better than teaching your little ones to clean from a young age ($38)

seventeen: an ice cream set so cute you’ll want to take a bite ($30)

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