Christmas is just around the corner. Like literally 2 weeks away. I am happy to say I am done my shopping and for the most part everything is wrapped, tagged and bagged! Now I can spend the rest of the holidays and relax instead of stressing out about what I need to get done.
Isla will almost be 2 and a half. Although she hasn’t told us directly what she would like from Santa, we have a pretty good idea of what she is going to love under the tree this year. She has read through every holiday toy guide and points her little fingers at some of the toys below. Each item below represents all the things toddlers love; imagination, creativity and building things.
Clockwise from top left
FurReal Friends JJ My Jumping Pug
This little guy is too cute. Perfect for the 3-5 years of age crowd it offers real movements like a dog would do, a life-like tongue and the softest fur to pet.
Little People Animal Friends Barn
This was a no brainer on my list. I dislike having a house full of big clunky toys everywhere but Isla really is a fan of all of the Little People sets. She has 3 of them and she plays with them constantly. She is really big into animals right now so I know she will love this barn.
Tegu Building Blocks
These are too cool! They are fun magnetic building blocks and they come in so many different sets. You can build pretty much anything your imagination will allow.
I knew this would be a must this year and the perfect gift to be set up under the tree from Santa Claus. This has a chalkboard side, a dry erase side and the perfect spot to attach some paper too. This will provide her with hours of entertainment.
Crayola Mess Free Watercolour Creations
Isla’s stocking this year is overloaded with all things creative and crafty. This is one thing I know she will love. I will love the fact that cleanup should be easy!
“I Am a Big Sister” Book
It’s no secret that Isla is a big reader and definitely no secret that she will be a big sister come April. Perfect opportunity to add this book to her collection and hopefully prepare her for what’s to come.