The best gifts for all of the kids on your list! From babies to toddlers and even bigger kids, this gift guide is full of 20+ hand-selected gifts that is sure to put a twinkle in any kid’s eye! Many of these gifts are under $100, so there is something for every child and every budget on this list!
When it comes to holiday shopping, some of the hardest people to shop for are my little boys. Kids can be so particular sometimes when it comes to gifts, and finding gifts that are unique (aka – gifts that other people aren’t as likely to get for them) can be hard. Luckily for you, I am here to help!
All of these gifts are unique finds. These aren’t your run-of-the-mill Target kid’s gifts (not that there’s anything wrong with that!) so they’re sure to stand out and be unique! Plus, there’s even a few gifts on this list that bigger kids would love – especially that gorgeous swivel chair! Shopping for kids has never been easier than it is now!
Loveevery is known for their Montessori toys, and with toys for all ages, from newborn to toddler, there is something for everyone! These aren’t your conventional plastic toys, but they are high quality and are sure to bring tons of fun to a child’s life!
This wooden shopping cart is way too cute, and is super high-quality and sturdy! Perfect for littles who like to play rough with their toys.
Mid-Century Modern kid’s furniture? I think yes. This little table and chair set would look effortlessly chic in any home, and is the perfect size for your littles to feel like, well, little adults!
Jellycat makes the softest, coziest stuffed animals that are built to last. I could totally see this being a kid’s new best friend! There’s so many options to choose from, but this Bashful Bunny was too cute to not include.
Hanna Andersson makes the highest quality kid’s pjs at a relatively affordable price. Plus, they come in tons of cute patterns, with matching sets available for adults and pets too!
If there’s one thing I’ve learned about raising two little boys, it’s that boys love their tools. It’s true! While of course they’re too young to play with real tools, I love this wooden tool bench. It’s perfect for endless hours of independent play, which is perfect in my book!
Ending bath time with a cute, cozy robe is the perfect way to ensure that they’ll fall asleep after! Plus, this robe is just way too cute, and will make bath time so much more fun!
There are few things cuter than a kid’s Moto jacket, and this one from Gap is perfect! It comes in a wide range of sized for both little kids and big kids alike, and is a staple for those colder winter days.
Teaching kids mindfulness is so important, and this meditation box is such an easy way! It comes with different sounds and a timer to make their mindful moments fun and easy. I love letting my boys take turns picking out sounds, and they have so much fun with it!
Kids love to be involved in everything we’re doing, so why not let them get involved in our coffee routine? With this cute Wooden Coffee Maker Play Set, they can make coffee with you and feel included in the process.
Nothing says 2021 like a Farm-to-Table play kitchen, and this one was way too cute to pass up. Plus, it’s also a great way to teach kids about where food comes from! Yay!
A cozy blanket is always a must, no matter who you’re shopping for. Pottery Barn Kids makes some of the best kid-friendly blankets, and the pom moms make this one so fun!
After including the Gap Kids Moto jacket, I couldn’t not include some little Dr. Martens. I mean, have you ever seen anything cuter in your whole life?!
Tubby Todd makes clean body care products with transparent ingredients that you can understand, which I personally love! Plus their bubble bath sets are a great way to make bath time even more fun.
Let’s be real, getting kids to take their vitamins can often be a struggle. But getting kids to eat chocolate? TOO EASY! These chocolates are the best of both worlds because they taste like a yummy treat, but deliver a daily dose of probiotics. Mom win!
This couch is a riff off of a popular kid’s couch, but is cuter and actually in-stock! 😉 I love this as a fun furniture and play piece that can adapt to their needs as they grow!
This is the perfect activity for those rainy days inside, where kids need to get out some energy and let loose! I’m going to be getting this one for my boys, because it’s a safe indoor activity that’ll keep them entertained for hours on end.
A chair might seem like a weird gift, but I could see this being the star of a quiet reading nook for a slightly older kid! This one is super cozy too, and looks really cute!
A tea set is a must for a kid; I still have mine from when I was little! This wooden one is such a fun twist, and will likely hold up for years to come!
Counting blocks are out, counting stars are IN! For a toddler or younger child who is just learning their shapes and numbers, this would be a really fun gift.