For the Boys
Now we have done the Men, done the Ladies now it’s time for the kids. Or more specifically in my the “the boys”.
Kids are always hit and miss to me I think. Some times you have an abundance of things you want to buy them. Others have everything they need and enough toys to cobble dogs with that their parents would need a new home if they were to get many more.
These are some items I have got for my 2 year old son to give you some inspiration.
My little boy has been having swimming lessons weekly since he was 6 weeks old and I find hooded towels priceless I love this one especially as its alot longer then most you can buy so you can wrap them up super warm and cosy and will last them for years to come. Find it here.
Like most boys Parker is mad on cars and will play with them for hours on end. I found this wall climbing car which I think it will find fascinating as will his dad that it can drive around the walls without him having to hold on it it. I am not going to lie we are all excited to try this one out xmas day. Its a nice compact size too so wont take up too much storage.
If your little one is still small and maybe not into the whole Christmas thing yet you could maybe get them/ there mum something useful. These Milton dummy sterilisers are great for cleaning dummies on the go. Did you know you can even get them personalised with the child’s name!
This has got to be my most unique and personalised present I have got this year. A book of wise words I have wrote to keep for Parker for the future.
The bright colourful book offers words of wisdom and useful quotes and makes a great keepsake. It comes with pre-written templates or these can be deleted or adapted to make personal for your own child. It even has their name on the front. What kid wouldn’t love that!
Find the Wise-ish word book here.
Do you have any must have buys for a two year old that maybe I could buy my son? I feel I need a few more things for him yet.
*** This is a collaborative post but all views are honest and my own***
Buying the kids this christmas? Why not treat the mums too.