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Hey everyone! Okay, who’s still holiday shopping? Yeah? Me too! If you’re still shopping for a toddler, you’ve come to the right place today. I’m sharing some fun last-minute holiday gift ideas for toddlers. Great for boys and girls! Let’s dive right in!
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LAST-MINUTE GIFT IDEAS FOR TODDLERS
Surprize by Stride Rite Toddler Shoes – Look at how excited Taya was to get some new shoes! She loves shoes. Her first pair of early walking shoes were little boots that were Surprize by Stride Rite. Surprize is a sub-tier of Stride Rite and is sold exclusively at Target. Their shoes look great and are stylish, but even better – they help build strength, coordination, and confidence throughout every step of childhood. The shoes Taya has are the Corissa Apparel Sneakers in silver. They’re sold exclusively online at Target.com.
Taya has small feet so these are still a size too big for her at the moment, but she still had to try them on to show you how darling they are!
A Child’s Introduction to the Nutcracker – For those of you who might not know, my entire childhood and growing up was dance and ballet. I’m still very much in love with dancing and the art of ballet. I can’t wait to enroll Taya in her first ballet class! When Taya received this book, I have to admit – I was quite excited myself! 🙂
A Child’s Introduction to the Nutcracker is a beautiful compilation of all the people, all the creativity, and all the diversity that contributed to making this ballet such a memorable part of the holiday season. The illustrations and presentation are incredible. It also includes a removable coloring poster, which Taya is going to love doodling on.
The Green Toys Best for Baby Bundle – Green Toys is an eco-friendly company that believes that every day is Earth Day! They’re committed to sustainability and playfulness. Their toys are made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic (with no BPA, Phthalates, or PVC) and their books are made from 100% recycled paper. Their toys don’t have an external coating or any small parts, making them safe for babies and toddlers of all ages. Taya has been loving the Tugboat toy during bathtime. It scoops and pours, and is a source of giggles for Taya! We’ve been enjoying the Brave Little Tugboat book and can’t wait to see little brother play with the Twist Teether.
Bonus for the parents? Green Toys playthings are all dishwasher safe! It makes cleaning a breeze.
I hope you were able to get some last-minute holiday gift ideas for the toddlers on your list here! Happy shopping and of course, Happy Holidays!