Ultimate Kids Holiday Gift Guide: Age 3-12
Finding gifts for your children can be a challenge, but no need to fret momma we got you covered with the ultimate gift guide for the little ones ages 3 to 12 years old.
Age 3 to 4
Play and learn with these activity toys. Let your little ones imagination take control while learning essential skills.
Ages 5 to 6
First grade is here and here are the toys your school age child will love
Ages 7 to 8
Laugh, Learn, PLAY!
Ages 9 to 10
Growing up is fun and having toys that grow with your little ones is perfect.
Ages 11 to 12
Not quite teens but still need the “IT” items of the year!
As a mom of three, I still find myself buying new gadgets that will help my process along the way even if it means filling up my car with super cool (and needed) baby items.
I seriously can not believe I did not have this cover from the beginning. The Koobie cover is an all in one baby accessory.
When I found out I was expecting baby number two, I knew from that moment I was going to breastfeed. I missed out on the experience with my first son due to pure ignorance towards breastfeeding as a whole.
Okay, so your little one is moving along the house getting into EVERYTHING! Whether it is crawling or walking, it is time to make sure your little one is safe from harm. A little bump creates tough skin. However, a big bump can be life-threatening. Here are the products I suggest when baby proofing your house.
Co-Sleeping is when you allow your infant to sleep in the same bed as you which is also referred to as bed sharing, however it also can be when you allow your infant to sleep in the same room as you in their own bed(room sharing)
The holiday season can be a bit hectic for all of us. For those of us with children who may have special needs, it can be a bit more hectic trying to make sure our little ones are happy during this time as well.
Gift buying for a child with special needs can be a bit challenging. The one thing you want to remember to keep in mind is to shop for the child’s abilities versus the child’s chronological age.