The days of trying to poke each of your kids' little fingers into their gloves are over! These Convertible Mittens from the Gap make it easy for kids to get their fingers into their finger less gloves and then quickly switch it to a super soft & cozy mitten. Kids love the fact that they can do it by themselves, and so do moms! At the moment, we have one pair of these in my house, but Santa will definitely be bringing more.
2) TIE DYE KIT WITH NEW UNDERSHIRTS & SOCKS
You probably already know that your kids would NOT be excited about receiving undershirts or socks for Christmas. But, what if you paired it with a tye dye kit? They would have so much fun getting creative with their colors, and take pride in wearing their own creations.
3) A PAIR OF RAIN BOOTS
Has your kid gone through the 'Rain Boot phase' yet? My son got the cutest Kidorable rain boots when we were expecting my second, and it was wonderful because he got just as much attention as the new baby. People were always complimenting him on his eye-catching Kidorable boots! Some kids will wear them every day no matter what the weather!
4) A BACKYARD TOOL SET
Amazon.com has a great backyard tool set for kids. It's really nice quality and kids' will love shadowing their parents by helping out in the yard. At my house, we love Toysmiths Kid's Big Tool Set which includes: a rake, shovel, hoe and leaf rake. They are very realistic, so they should be used with adult supervision, but can provide hours of fun for your little gardener.
5) SOMETHING PERSONALIZED
Personalized items are a great gift for kids. Whether you want a snuggly blanket for a baby or a backpack for your 7 year old, there are so many options. The Disney Store, LL Bean & Lillian Vernon are just a few great web sites for personalized kid stuff.
What would you get for the kid that has everything?
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