Gifts For Boys

Happy Monday! I hope you all had a great weekend.

I’m so excited to share my gift picks for boys today. I know we are usually a sea of pink over here, :) but there are SO many cute things for little guys! From gifts that teach coding without the use of a computer screen (AMAZING!) to toys that foster imaginative and creative play, to practical pieces and one of our favorite stories, I have got you covered! I don’t know that I could choose a favorite, but I especially love the super hero mouse and Cubetto. What about you?

Cheers to crossing things off your list early! xo

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Work Bench: This work bench is so adorable. You can make it extra special for your little guy by adding a personalized name to it.

Tool Belt: The image of a cutie pie wearing this while he works at his bench is too much! I love that this feels a little more special than a traditional tool kit and all of the imaginative play in encourages.

Cubetto: We love Cubetto! We got this for Olivia last year and it’s incredible. It teaches kids basic coding but without a computer screen. There are different mats and stories you can purchase to program a variety of things and adventures. It seriously never gets old watching Olivia program! And a year later she still loves playing with it.

Mini Ice Hockey Game: This is a fun little game that would be great for both at home and on the go.

Super Hero Mouse: Maileg mice are some of our favorite toys.. They are so sweet, playful and well made. They have so many designs to choose from, but I especially love this super hero. He’d be pretty adorable peeking out of a stocking.

Hat: I’m all for throwing in a couple practical gifts when you can. :) A fresh hat for playing in the snow this year is perfect and inexpensive.

Scarf: Like the hat, this is a great (and super affordable!) winter accessory that would be great as a stocking stuffer or with a new outfit.

Sneakers: i adore these chambray sneakers so much. New Balance is one of my favorites for gym shoes and these are sure to get a ton of wear. I feel like kids are so hard on their shoes, it’s always so nice getting a fresh pair.

Watch: This is a fun accessory for kids learning to tell time the old fashioned way :)

Book: This is one of our favorite books. We love the rhythm of the story and the message of creativity and embracing who you are and the illustrations are great.

Sweater: I love this cardigan! Paired with jeans or corduroys, it’s so sweet for school.

Wooden Circus Train Set: I love this little train set. It’s so sweet and I love the playful spin on a traditional set.

Cash Register: This is perfect for imaginative play. I also love how you can grow with it to learn basic addition and subtraction as well as gain a preliminary understanding of money.

Play Kitchen: I have never met a child who didn’t love a play kitchen. It was by far one of the best purchases we ever made and I love this little 3 in 1 design. It doesn’t take up too much room and the adorable design doesn’t make it an eyesore if it’s in your actual kitchen or anywhere other than a proper playroom.