Holiday Gift Guide: For Kids

Have you all been enjoying the first ever Pop.Bop.Shop. Holiday Gift Guide? I've been having such a blast writing these posts.

Today we are focusing on gifts for kids and I must confess, I am most excited about this list of ideas. I have three baby cousins who I spoil rotten and I feel victorious every time I uncover a new and unique gift for them.

With today's list I am letting you in on all my baby and kiddo secrets. Let's get started, shall we?

When it comes to baby gifts, no one does it better than Pottery Barn Kids. For newborns, I always give this personalized Gingham Nursery Bath Wrap ($24.50).

Pottery Barn Kids also makes these precious Plush Rockers ($149.00) which come in a variety of choices: lamb, elephant, bunny, bear, horse and snow leopard. You can add the baby's name to the wooden base of the rocker too.

How cute are these Shaggy Head Sleeping Bags for toddlers? I kind of want one for myself. You are in luck because they are on sale this week ($54.00).

I don't know why kids are fascinated with push carts, but they totally love them. They like to fill them up with toys and whiz them around the house or even better, to climb in and have you push them. The classic wood of this Dragonfly Push Cart from AHA Life reminds me of the traditional Christmas sled ($80.00).

Last year someone gifted this personalized holiday story to my baby cousin and I couldn't get over how sweet it was. This My Very Merry Christmas Board Book from features their name prominently on the cover and on every single page ($29.95).

For a niece, nephew or best friend's kid who is a bit older, help encourage his or her budding inner chef with this Crepe Shop ($58.00). I realize this is a bit sophisticated, but I just can't resist it.

My two year old cousin has this owl Zoo Pack from Skip Hop ($20.00) and I can't tell you how cute she looks wearing it over her shoulders! This gift is supremely adorable and totally affordable.

For your personal super kid, keep them warm this winter with Batman and Superman hats and gloves from GAP ($16.95 - $24.95). Who doesn't want to play super hero after watching the Bat Kid in San Francisco?

I squealed with happiness when I found this set of Face Mugs from Uncommon Goods ($35.00). Who wouldn't want to hide their cookies under their hot cocoa?

Speaking of hot cocoa, gift your favorite kiddos Chocomize's Hot Chocolate on a Spoon ($2.95). This feels like the perfect surprise treat for Christmas morning.

Are you ready to stock up on gifts for your favorite munchkins?

Come back tomorrow for the fifth and final installment of the Holiday Gift Guide where we'll chat about the best treats for pets!


Bizz's picture

Noah is such a cute baby!
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Bizz's picture

Those compartment mugs would make great stocking stuffers for the chefs in my family.

Joys Ribbon's picture

A holiday gift for the kids is collected for all kids with shaded happiness. The quality of the new gift and is marked for the turns. The propounded effect is produced for the guile of the kids after receiving the gifts from the guests.

Bizz's picture

Mouthy mugs are always a big hit


Molly Galler

Welcome to Pop.Bop.Shop. My name is Molly. I’m a foodie, fashionista, pop culture addict and serious travel junkie. I’m a lifelong Bostonian obsessed with frozen confections, outdoor patios, Mindy Kaling, reality television, awards shows, tropical vacations, snail mail and my birthday.

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