He was adorable…
When our oldest was little, his FAVORITE book was the Christmas Catalogue that came in the mail. He carried it everywhere, sat and looked at the pages for hours, practiced reading with the delicious sounding product descriptions, and marked every single toy he wanted that year.
IMAGINE my shock, here in 2021, that an Amazon FUN Gift Book showed up in the mail.
- Wonderful toys and games to drool over
- stickers to mark favorite goodies
- coloring page and paper activities
All inside the colorful pages.
Here are my 14 Top Picks from this year’s Toy Guide!
With shipping a little wonky this year, I thought it would be fun to start early wishlists!
I LOVE all things Melissa and Doug, but this ice cream scoop and serve is adorable!
Balancing blocks are a GREAT hand eye coordination builder!
PIZZA is Love! I say that every single Friday, because it’s a family tradition in our home. This wooden pizza kitchen and restaurant play set makes me want to harrass my married son for grandkids!!
Classic Sit and Spin! This toy saved me when my very active sons were little. They would spin their hearts out while I worked with an older brother during school.
A fun cozy INSTANT a reading spot. Just add something fluffy, some books, and a cute kid.
Wooden Teaching Clock! Homeschooler refuse to raise kids who can’t read an analogue clock!
I don’t care that it’s frivolous. My family is obsessed with baby Yoda (his name is Grogu).
Lego kits for older kids, like my husband are called Technic. Very detailed and amazingly challenging. My husband will be getting the JEEP for Christmas from the boys. Shhh.
BEST throwback toy ever! Super Spirograph is still mesmerizing.
This is such a fun craft. All five of my sons have used them to make beanie hats. Our youngest son can crank out beanies in abou an hour!
This one is a MUSThave for gross motor development!
Our backyard was always filled with fun toys! But I have to say I’m drooling over that glamping set! LOL. My husband and boys are all hammock lovers.