Toddler Gift Guide
Store shelves are stocked with thousands of different toys. The catalogs have more ideas than you could ever imagine, and your toddler has a list that never ends.
This year I wanted to be more intentional with gift-giving. I even found some gifts you can personalize, like these custom photo puzzles, to add a special touch. We focused around the want, wear, read, need theme, but I still snuck in some other gifts for my toddler.
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Blankie Tails Shark Blanket: Graydon saw an ad for this on a sidebar a couple of weeks ago, and he has been asking for it ever since. He even told Santa he wanted one. His feet are always cold, and he loves blankets – so how could I resist?? Another great blanket gift idea is a custom photo blanket which you can personalize for your children with photos of your choosing.
Soap Sox: Soap Sox has so many great characters to make bath time fun! You can put the soap right into the character too!
Pinhole Press Personalized Gifts: Pinhole Press has some great personalized gifts for kids! For Graydon I made him his own set of flashcards, a puzzle and a scribble pad! They all have his own pictures on it, so they are EXTRA special!!
MAGFORMERS: Magformers are magnetic building shapes. I love that they are educational and fun. Graydon loves building and I love that these help support his growing imagination!
California Baby Gift Set: You can order special gift sets off of their website, or products off of Amazon.
A Bookroo subscription: Whether you make it for a month or a year, giving the gift of reading is always a good choice. It promotes education, imagination, and bonding. Plus getting a Bookroo box in the mail is always fun! Use code ASHPEAV FOR $10 off!! That makes your first 1 month subscription $7.99 plus shipping!