Gift Guide: For the Kiddo

COMMENTS:

(1) This Connectable Drinking Straw is such a simple gift, but it was a huge hit with my nephews
(2) The first thing Hudson did when he saw his new Petit Collage Acrylic Mirror was to kiss it. The second was to bang on it. I’m happy it’s acrylic.
(3) The Onion’s Great Escape: Fun and beautiful (for K and up).
(4) Battat Take Apart Crane. Because what’s better than a toy crane? A toy crane you take apart. With tools.
(5) These Kid O Floating Ducks are the best. They of course float, they’re practically indestructible, and they stay gunk free (especially nice since the little one seems to get carried around and sucked on from time to time). Oh, and they’re super attractive.
(6)Cheeky! A onesie from the New Museum for the new baby.
(7) For patient stacking or displaying: Croc Pile
(8) Sleepsacks are the best. I sort of wish I could use one myself. We have ones by aden + anais and Baby Deedee (so cozy!), but this Woodland DwellStudio Night Sack is awfully pretty.
(9) This cute Wheely Bug is low to the ground and easy-to-maneuver. It was tough getting Hudson off of the small one.
(10) It may be really for mom and dad, but wouldn’t a custom silhouette be nice? (Or you could try your hand at your own.)
(11) Charley Harper’s illustrations are my favorite.
(12) If they’re old enough for their own deck of cards, get them two sets of these limited editon (but super affordable) Tim Burton cards–from his retrospective at MoMA last year.

 

P.S. Coming later today: Aron’s gift guide for him and mine for her.
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  1. Love this! Thank you! Was just thinking I should get Alex a mirror for his own room, since he loves the not-so-baby-proof one in our bedroom.