Christmas Gift Ideas For Kids Who Have Everything
I am already stressing out about what I am going to get my daughter for Christmas this year. She seriously has so many things and she doesn’t even play with any of her toys. She is very lucky and maybe a little bit spoiled, but I have been contemplating what to get her for Christmas. I even asked her what she wanted and she told me, “Eh, nothing….I already have everything.” I don’t know if that is a good comment or a bad one. Either she isn’t expecting much or she knows that she is spoiled. Either way I am still going to have to find SOMETHING to get her. I wanted to share with you some ideas I came up. These are some great gift ideas for that kiddo in your life who has everything. Check it out!
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Subscription boxes are super popular and there’s a reason why-because they are exciting! Who doesn’t love getting a package in the mail? To a kid, it is one of the most exciting things in life for them. When it was my daughter’s birthday this September, she was so excited when she got a new package or letter in the mail. I have a few favorite subscription boxes for kids. What I love about them is you don’t need to buy a whole year’s worth of boxes. You can usually buy a few months. This would be a great gift from a grandparent. You could have the first box wrapped for Christmas and then tell them there is more coming! They will be so excited.
Here are some of my favorites
Little Passports– This is a great subscription box for your little one to take a “trip” around the world. It opens their eyes to new places and cultures. Every month they include activities, crafts and more! They also have one for the science lovers in your home! We got the honor of reviewing a box, so make sure to check it out here.
Kidbox– I LOVE kid box. This one is sent out every season, so you get 4 boxes a year. They send you about 4-6 items in the box at a great discount. If you don’t like anything in the box, you can send it all back at no charge. We got our first box this fall and it was adorable! I couldn’t send it back because everything was so cute. Click here to get 10% off your first box when you sign up for emails.
Kidstir– This is a fun box for the older kids in the family to learn out to cook. It sends you recipes and activities every month. The first month you receive a binder to store all of the recipes in which is really exciting. Right now they have a holiday pre sale where you can get a bonus binder, kit and magazine that has a $55 value! All you have to do is sign up for a year membership. Click here to sign up!
Green Kid Crafts– This is a subscription box to bring out the creativity in your little one. Every month they send you STEAM projects and eco friendly materials to use. This is a great way to get kids excited about learning and exploring new things. Right now you can save $20 on a year subscription with code EXPLORE.
Little Loving Hands- I love the idea of this box! It teaches kids to give back to their community and help those who are less fortunate. This subscription box sends you a craft each month for your child to do. Once they are finished, you send it back and Little Loving Hands sends it to a child in need. The crafts
The Story Box– This is a great box for kids who love books. Every month they send you a couple books that are age appropriate. They have a board book package which is for children ages 0-2 1/2, the picture books for kids 2 1/2-6 and the family pack for kids of all ages. They also include parent guides to help you talk with your child about the books!
Every child needs clothes at some point. They grow so fast! The holidays are a great time to stock up, and it gives them more presents to open so why not?! My daughter is 5 and she is already a little fashionista. She loves picking out her clothes and wearing cute things so getting new clothes is exciting for her! Some of my favorite places to shop are h&m, Target, Gymboree, Crazy 8, Carter’s, Tea Collection, Urb Kids and The Children’s Place.
Shoes and Winter Gear
Kids are always needing shoes and winter gear. I can’t even tell you how many times we have lost a mitten in our house. It is always good to have extras. Shoes are also great because kids go through them so fast. I would recommend buying the next size up!
My child doesn’t like reading books as much as I would like her to, but this is always a great gift for kids. Even if they aren’t into reading, they have a ton of activity and other learning books you could get. These are the kinds my daughter likes to do. I think she is going to be good at math and art. She loves writing her numbers, counting and coloring.
Things to do
Another great gift idea is a gift card for a child to get out and do something. This could include something like…
tickets to a play
pottery painting store
Kids love seeing their names. I remember when I was little, I had to get a keychain with my name on it because it was pretty rare to find “Bridget” on something. Another great gift idea is to get something with your special child’s name on it. There are a few stores I know of that have personalized items. These include Jane, Zulily, and Frecklebox. Frecklebox is my favorite for this type of thing. They are a ton of stuff from books that are personalized to clothing items. You’ve got to check it out!
If you have any other ideas, I would love to hear them! Leave them in the comments below. Thanks for reading!!