Christmas is fast approaching, and with that comes the ultimate hunt for the perfect Christmas gift. Many families are taking on the minimalist approach to gift giving this year, and I get it. I’m with ya! Things tend to get accidentally vacuumed up here all the time. No idea how that happens.
Asking my kids what they want is like brushing my teeth with cookies. Not helpful. I’m hoping this guide is the opposite for you!
I suck at pretend play. Play kitchens, though, I can do. It is easier for me to pretend play using a play kitchen and I think that is because there are so many different things you can do with it. It is not just playing “house”, it is teaching them many valuable lessons and skills.
Babies can be hard to buy for without accumulating too many “things”. At this age, you can still focus on getting a few of your “needs” instead of “wants”! Here is a baby gift guide that I have created that includes a few toys for fun and learning as well as a few must-haves!
Bringing home a new addition can be stressful and frightening all on its own. Add a toddler or preschooler to the mix and you may feel like you may no longer rule the roost. It’s not as if we as new parents we didn’t already have enough to worry about. So how do you help your toddler through a new baby? You clone yourself.
Just kidding. If only it were that simple.