Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Gift Guide for LIttle Girls

Aah...it's here! My gift guide for the little girl(s) in your life! I had such fun putting this one together. I hope y'all enjoy and get some inspo for your little one.
 
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Would make such a cute stocking stuffer. The brush has a little mirror on the back, and it comes with a hair tie on the end.
 
 
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I'm new to the whole PlasmaCar thing, but the reviews are darn near perfect. No batteries or pedals. Just moves by gravity and turning the wheel. Plus it supports the weight of an adult, and I'm not going to lie, I want to try this thing out.
 
 
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Santa always brings our girls pajamas. Hadley would adore this gown because the girl is dinosaur obsessed.
 
 
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Lily has a drawer full of lip balm, and I know she'd have so much fun making her own.
 
Lip Balm Boutique
 
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Here's another option for making your own lip balm. This one is $23, and the one above is $25.
 
 
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Maybe it's the nurse in me, but I don't think it's ever too early to teach our kiddos how the human body works. It's so much easier when they can visualize and touch (and remove!) the parts.
 
 
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How cute is this body scrub? Would make bath time a lot more fun!
 
 
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This is something both of my girls would love. Helps with fine motor skills and in recognizing numbers too.
 
 
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We're always looking for games to play as a family. With this one you build lines by matching up colors and/or shapes. It sounds like some strategy is involved too, so it'd keep the adults engaged as well.
 
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Y'all. I can't. Rose gold slippers with a cat nose and whiskers?!?
 
 
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I can't recommend any product by Djeco highly enough. Their puzzles and craft kits are like works of art. Well-made, unique, and so much fun for the kids.
 
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An affordable smartwatch for kids. This is high on Lily's wish list. And it's only $45 right now.
 
 
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Looks like such a sweet game that encourages using your imagination to tell a story. And it doesn't hurt that it's beautiful!
 
 
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Gap jammies are always my favorite for the girls. Hadley would love this pair.
 
 
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We have this game already and bring it out a good bit. Each player tries to fill up their tree stump with acorns. Really cute and easy to play for the youngest too.
 
 
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We're big into arts and crafts over here. How much fun would this be to not only paint but then to display somewhere in your yard?
 
 
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Blast from the past here. I love introducing my girls to things I enjoyed as a child.
 
 
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Kind of random, but when I saw this I knew both Lily and Hadley would adore it. The element of surprise always gets them, and they both like anything that's small. Plus this doll is scented which is always fun.
 
 
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I love this as a gift idea. Encourages critical thinking and builds confidence as you build your own electronics! Rob would enjoy doing this with our girls.
 
 
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Similar to the stepping stone above, wouldn't it be sweet to have some of these hand-painted vases in your home?
 
 
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For my dinosaur-loving girl, this pair of leggings was created by a mom who got tired of having only princess options for her little one. This pair is so cool, and the message behind it is even better.
 
 
 
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Both Lily and Hadley love Enchantimals and would have fun with this little playhouse.
 
 
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We are big fans of Barbie over here. I sometimes set up a Tupperware container full of water for my girls to pretend their dolls are at the pool. I think they'd like this better!
 
 
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How sweet is this sweater? 
 
 
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Messy but fun, we love playing with stamp sets around here. Melissa & Doug makes some of the best products.
 
 
 
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I don't know any little girl who doesn't love a bath bomb. It'd be fun to make your own!
 
 
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Lily got this for Christmas last year, and she still has fun playing with all of these. The size of the dolls is just right for little ones.
 
 
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Another slipper option. And you can't beat unicorns.
 
 
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A great idea for the younger kids, this toy helps with colors, counting, and sorting. And I could honestly see both girls playing with the bears on their own.
 
 
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 Hard to believe, but it does get cold in Mississippi. Love the double poms on this hat.
 
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Mess-free?!? This has Hadley's name all over it.
 
 
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For the budding fashion designer. Lily would love this.
 
 
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Such cute and cozy pajama bottoms. I love the dachsunds.
 
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Lily's backpack is loaded down with keychains. I know she'd like this one, plus it's scented which makes it extra fun!
 
 
 
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A cute pair of high tops to pair with leggings. And they're lined with faux fur.
 
 
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 Proof to your little girl that she can be anything she wants to be. Would be great for car travel too.
 
 
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A really neat kit where kids mine their own crystals.
 
 
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These magnetic blocks are beautiful.
 
 
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Fun for the kids...maybe not so fun for the parents? But who doesn't like having their voice sound like something else?
 
 
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Y'all know Hadley is getting this. Hatch your own dinosaurs!
 
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I want this nightlight in my room! It has a timer (which I love), and it creates amazing images on your child's walls and ceiling. So cool.
 
 
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We never tire of Play-Doh over here. And these additional sets are always fun to have.
 
 
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Both Lily and Hadley prefer this size doll to a regular Barbie doll. And I like that they look like kids.
 
 
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Lily has this dresser, and she's gotten so much use out of it. It's a perfect place to store their doll's clothes, shoes, and accessories.
 
 
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A fidget spinner with lip gloss. Perfect for a stocking.
 
 
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If your little girl is into American Girl dolls or anything similar, this ice cream truck will be a HUGE hit. Lily got this from Santa last year, and both of my girls have had the best time playing with it. It comes with all of the pieces pictured, and they're really well-made.
 
 
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A unicorn wallet to house her money.
 
 
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A sweet little wallet and wristlet. Love the dino.
 
 
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Allows your artist to turn drawings into animated scenes.
 
 
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Christmas is a time to stock up on socks and undies. Amiright?
 
 
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Love the bright colors in this set, and we still prefer mittens to gloves over here.
 
 
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These wristlets are fun because they're a jelly material and feel really cool, and they smell divine (the scent stays, too). Plus you can add little jewels to make it your own.
 
 
 
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 Just one of the books we hope to add to our collection.
 
 
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I'm much more fond of this kind of Hatchimals craze (i.e., you can find them, and they're much cheaper than last year's version).
 
 
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These really are fun for little kids. They can write down their "secrets" so no one else can read them...then shine the light over the page, and the ink is revealed!
 
 
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Hadley adores these cars. A girly twist on race cars.
 
 
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Neither of our girls have their ears pierced yet, but they do like to pretend. I love this clip-on set. They look just like real earrings!
 
 
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Well, that's all I've got. Now I'm off to do some wrist and arm stretches from all the computer work. ;) Hope y'all enjoyed this gift guide, and more than anything I hope it gave you some ideas for your little one.