Holiday Gift Guide to Make Your Shopping Easy

Hi Friends, today I’m sharing my Holiday Gift Guide! I originally wasn’t going to post my Gift Guide until November 1st but I couldn’t wait any longer and decided to share it on my Instagram stories last night. I always have ideas of what I’m going to get the kids early in October for Christmas, then it’s just a matter of ordering them online or going to the store to buy them. The three main places I purchase my Christmas gifts are Amazon.com, Target (online or in person) and Sam’s Club. I also have a deadline in mind to get majority of my Christmas shopping done before Thanksgiving! I rarely Black Friday Shop…maybe a little cyber Monday but, I try to be done by then so I can enjoy December and take my time wrapping the presents and enjoying traditions!

 

Holiday Gift Guide

Where to find the Gift Guide

On the menu bar up top [take a second to look], I have a tab that says Holiday Gift Guide and when you click on that tab, it will take you straight to the gift guide. I may add more stuff to the list if I forgot about something but I really put a lot of thought into the items I selected. Some items on the Gift Guide are things that we already own and the kids still love and play with today or new items they are asking for this Christmas and I highly recommend.

Shopping for the girls

The girls gift guide ranges in age from 6 – 8 years old, but really most of the items can be for a variety of different ages. Shopping for little girls is fun and easy because they are always into so many different things!

LOL Surprise Pets
Lego Friends Tree House
Cry Babies Doll
Pomsies
Beanie
Gloves
Hatchi-Babies
Num Noms Snackables
Shopkins Happy Stable Playset
Mental Blox Critical Thinking Game
Hatchimals- Amazon Exclusive
Pikmi Pops
Kids Bluetooth Headphones
Kinetic Sand
Color Slime Kit
Wooden Doll House
Magnetic Building Tiles
Razor Scooter
Pinkalicious – Mini Book Set
Pete the Cat – Mini Book Set
Fancy Nancy – Mini Book Set
Cozy Sweatshirt
Cozy Slippers
Cozy Slippers

Shopping for the boys

For me, shopping for pre-teen/teen boys is really hard because there is just not a lot of stuff they are into besides video games, sports, their phones, clothes etc., so finding a good gift can be challenging! I hope most of these items listed below can help you get ideas for the pre-teen/teenage boys in your life.

R.C. Car
Athleisure Joggers
Tech Gloves
Beanie
Re Start
Slim Wallet
Max Einstein
Nintendo Switch
Lego App-Controlled Batmobile
Athletic Shoes
Under Armour Hoodie
Amazon Gift Card
Portable Bluetooth Speaker
Bluetooth Headphones
Cell Phone Bike Mount
Bluetooth Speaker for Bike
Lego Batman Set
Cozy Slippers
Bodywash Giftset
 

Toy Advent Calendars

This year my kids are opening Toy Advent Calendars and I am so excited!!! They have been asking me for the last two years to get them these type of Advent Calendars and in the past we just did the old school chocolate kind, which are still a great option. But this year I thought we would make it extra fun and add a new tradition with our countdown to Christmas.

Lego City Advent CalendarHatchimals Advent CalendarLittle People Advent Calendar

 

This one is for Bryce, You can get it here!   Lego City Toy Advent Calendar 2018

This one is for Maddie, you can get it here!Hatchimals Advent Calendar 2018

Last but not least, this one is for Naomi!

I had to buy Naomi’s off of eBay because they were all sold out on Amazon. I know it seems a little young but she loves Little People!

Little People Advent Calendar

My hope with these gift guides is they give you good ideas for your Christmas shopping list!

 

Happy Shopping,

Jade

 

p.s. Let me know what your favorite thing was on the list!

Holiday Gift Guide for tween and teen boys

 

holiday gift guide for girls age 6+

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  1. vicki elrod
    October 30, 2018 / 3:22 pm

    Great selections on your gift guide. It always makes shopping easier when you do a gift guide. The kids are going to love the toy advent calendars. You hit it out of the park again!!!!

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