Stocking Stuffers for Toddlers
These slap bracelets were a huge hit this past summer with my 4 year old son and his friends. I love these for play at home (and in the car) or to buy as small gifts to give to friends.
If your toddlers are anything like mine, they push really hard when they color, which means our colored pencil tips break often. Having sharpeners in each of our art areas (upstairs, downstairs, travel bag, etc.) prevents me from having to run around the house to find the one lone pencil sharpener when our artist is in the middle of a masterpiece.
Because you can always use a fresh set of colored pencils... for home, or car, or to keep on hand. And they fit great in a stocking.
A fresh box of crayons is the best.
A few weeks ago, we took our kiddos to an all day music festival. As bedtime approached, my husband was planning to take the kiddos home so I could enjoy the headliner sans children. My 4 year old really wanted to stay, and I let him despite signs of being overtired which often leads to poor behavior on his part. All of this to say, he totally rallied when he made some friends who were playing with these finger lights and entertained himself for another hour-and-a-half with these little gems.
If you have a little girl who wears hair bows, these are a must have. The quality of the material and clips are superb, they do not unravel like so many of our bows do, and they stay put once in my little pumpkins hair.
This Etsy shop owner makes bows of all colors including seasonal bows that are adorable. If your toddler has just a little hair, I'd suggest the mini bows.
Her reviews speak for themselves. I can't say enough good things about these sweet little hair bows.