Prepare to be envious of children for an entirely new reason. Way cheaper than a full-sized Tesla, the Tesla Model S for Kids starts at $500. If you start saving now, maybe the ultimate holiday gift?
Just like shopping online for a real car, you can customize all the options on the Radio Flyer site like an upgraded battery ($60), paint color (red, blue or “Midnight Silver Metallic”) or even the wheel color. Additional accessories include a car cover!, custom license plate and custom parking sign. I believe that with all the options, the car tops out at $814.
The age range for this vehicle is 3-8. My youngest is turning 8 at the end of the year so I’m out of luck and will just have to save my pennies for the full-sized version. If he was still 3, it might be a completely different story!
Sleepy King recently introduced three expressive new characters to her collection of heirloom dolls. These handmade friends are full of personality and made with love.
I’m going to call the Myland collection from Kid O the 21st century version of the beloved Little People from my childhood. They’re cute characters with fun vehicles, but the Myland toys feature lights and sounds that respond to various actions.
For example, the lights are activated when characters are placed in the car,
and the horse makes a galloping sound when it rocks back and forth!
I hope they continue to expand the Myland series! Can you imagine the dollhouse that could go with this?!
Hand-crafted in Los Angeles, the Paloma Teeter Totter comes to you ready to assemble and ready to rock! It’s a simple modern design that is sturdy and lends itself well to imaginative play.
The teeter totter comes in six fun colors and retails for $290.
There’s also a larger size teeter totter, aka “The Bigger One,” for $340. Right now you can save $50 with the promo code WCC!
It’s nearly official so…
It might not be the best year to introduce your tots to the political process, but if you’re ready to have a little fun with it, here’s the gift for your future politicians. If nothing else, it will be a great collectible keepsake one day.
This has become one of my favorite posts to do every year. This year I’ve got five different baskets and every single one is my favorite. Order today and you’ll be ready for Easter Sunday.
For the Foodie:
Bunny Eats Lunch (Hello Genius)– $8
JJ Rabbit Dip plate, Orange Peel– $10
Fred & Friends SNACK RABBIT Bunny and Carrot Nesting Utensils, Set of 2– $12
Scatter Print Cube Bin Orange Stars– $22
14″ Knit Crowd Bunny– $29
For the Braniac:
Not a Box by Antoinette Portis- $15
Bunny Eats Carrots Hand Carved Wooden Toy from The Russian Store- $19
Egg Tangram Set– $35
Personalized Bunny Rabbit Art Doll from Sew Mice- $32
Print Shop Cube Bin– $42
For All the Colors of the Rainbow:
What Makes a Rainbow?: A Magic Ribbon Book by Bendon Inc.- $9
Stripes The Long Earred Bunny– $30
BeginAgain Color ‘N Eggs Matching Puzzle– $13
Mini Rainbow Eggs and Wooden Bucket from Honey Bee Toy and Craft- $9
Rainbow Dot Senegalese Lidded Oval Storage Basket– $70
For the Modern Minimalist:
Pale Nulle from Lucky Boy Sunday- $121
Ferm Living Rabbit Basket from Ferm Living- $34
Metal Bookends- Hare on the Run from Design Atelier Article- $64
Easter Bunny Egg Balancing Toy– $25
Usagi Bunny Rabbit Rattles from Kiko Wooden Toys- $42
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I never miss the opportunity to browse at Anthropologie when I’m near one, and tucked in a corner somewhere in the shop there’s always a special spot filled with perfect gifts for the little ones. During my last visit, a little girl and I were admiring the Fashionable Fauna Dolls by Abigail Brown. If you want to snag one of these (or all three), I’d shop now.
And I may just have to go back and get myself an Ally Animal. An adorable alligator is just the thing for this Florida girl!
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Santa is a superstar during the holiday season and there are books of all types to get the kids excited about his visit (as if they’re not excited already). Here are ten options to add to your holiday children’s book collection. Find them at your local book store or order them through our amazon affiliate.
1- How to Catch Santa by Jean Reagan- $8
2- When Santa Was a Baby by Linda Bailey- $13
3- The Night Before Christmas by Charles Santore- $15
4- Samurai Santa: A Very Ninja Christmas by Rubin Pingk- $12
5- Santa’s Favorite Story by Hisako Aoki- $10
6- The Santa Trap by Jonathan Emmett- $13
7- Santa Claus: The Magical World of Father Christmas by Rod Green- $12
8- Dream Snow by Eric Carle- $8
9- Santa!: A Scanimation Picture Book by Rufus Butler Seder- $11
10- Santa’s Toy Shop (Disney) (Little Golden Book) by Al Dempster- $5