I have the luck of having my birthday in November, followed by M’s birthday a few weeks before Christmas, then Christmas. So our birthday/Christmas wish-listing and shopping starts early.
Like many parents, we try to follow The Four Gift Rule with the kids.
Along with this, we spend the holidays (and throughout the year), finding creative ways to give back… but that’s for another blog post.
Take a peak at my holiday gift giving guide below.
FOR THE FOOD MOM
Chef Inspired Spiceologist Block – $159.95
I have an obsession with test tube spices, and this one is beautiful!
FOR THE TECH MOM
I realize I’m Captain Obvious here, but this watch is legit. With the latest upgrades, it keeps track of how much you move – and hopefully gets you moving more too.
FOR THE TIRED MOM (OR DAD)
A Deep Tissue Massage – $60-$200
Let’s be honest. A massage is a great gift for anyone, at any time. Find a great massage therapist in your area and go for it.
FOR THE TRAVEL MOM
Tory Burch Minnie Travel Flat – $225.00
These travel flats fold up nicely in your purse or bag, and will keep your feet happy when heading from the airport to meetings or around town. The come in a variety of colors too.
FOR THE KIDS
Joyfolie Emerson Boots – $59.99
Joyfolie has a great selection for beautiful clothes, boots, shoes and accessories for little girls. It’s sugar and spice and everything nice.
Goodnight Books – $9.95
I tend to pick these up in the airport when I’m traveling, but they are available at any bookstore. The kids love Goodnight Books. They have them for states, major cities, mom and dad, etc. They are perfect for your toddler or preschooler.