Last year Hattie got her Micro Scooter and we picked up her first Raskullz Helmet. I love that there are cute and fun and people stop Hattie all the time to comment on her helmet
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If you’re looking for holiday gift ideas, look no further than Hattie’s suggestions, recommendations, and wish list for Santa this year. As you can tell, many of her favorites are STEM-related which I absolutely love as well as the classic girly finds. I think to have that balance of the two is always a great combination for gifting. With Hattie being an only child, we like to encourage independent play and the more hands-on and creative toys and sets are right up her alley. It doesn’t help that her daddy is an engineer and she has that inquisitive nature in her veins.
I’m highlighting a few of my favorites below, but check out the widget below to shop all of the items!
How adorable are these little sets? A great price point at under $15 with plenty of options for characters. We picked up Beauty & The Beast because Hattie loves a tea party around here!
We saw Botley earlier this year at a Toy Fair and Hattie knew she wanted to check him out. If your kiddo is ready to upgrade from the Fisher-Price Codeapillar, this is the next best leap!
If your kiddos are interested in how things work, this circuit explorer rocket is for you!
If your kids are already into circuits, take it up a notch with this super neat kit that you can build a home! This was featured on the Toy Insider’s Holiday Toy List!
I always find that Hattie is the most creative with just basic legos and not sets. This set has 1500 pieces and my personal favorite the big grids to create scenes and houses and farms or whatever tickles your fancy.
Put on a show with your very own Karaoke Machine. I may regret this one later, but I think it can be fun (with the sound turned down.)
I’ve linked up all of our favorites below to make it easy for you to shop! Happy Holidays!