Food for thought An adorable mug set for the little who would sip hot cocoa and nibble on cookies all day if you’d let her. Wee Gallery mug set, $40, weegallery.com Give a little A […]
Food for thought
An adorable mug set for the little who would sip hot cocoa and nibble on cookies all day if you’d let her.
Wee Gallery mug set, $40, weegallery.com
Give a little
A tote-ally cool bag for the big brother who has a growing collection of treasures. Bonus: Mamoo donates 5 percent of net profits to Reading Partners, a national nonprofit that works hard to elevate the literacy of children in low-income schools.
Mamoo Kids tote bag, $29, mamookids.com
A memory game for the smarty-pants who never forgets a thing—including your promise to let him stay up extra late if he just stops picking his nose at the store.
Paper Culture custom memory game, $25, paperculture.com
By the book
A wordless read for the big sister whose imagination spawns endless chatter.
Candlewick picture book, $20, candlewick.com
A jammie set for the cuddly kiddo who crawls into bed with you for Saturday morning snuggles.
Little Auggie sleep separates, from $40, littleauggie.com
Fun & games
A creative game for the budding designer who is as beautiful and intricate as the pieces of this puzzle.
eeBoo patchwork design tiles, $20, eeboo.com
A communication station for the tech-savvy child who loves sending voice messages back and forth with mom and dad (and grandma and grandpa).
Toymail Co. messaging system, $59, toymail.com