For the little girl in your life, you can’t go wrong with a pair of fringe boots. Warning: if your little girl is anything like mine, putting these cute boots on will also add a touch of sass to her attitude. You also can’t go wrong with any of the Olivia books which documents the adventures of a smart and creative little girl.
1. Olivia book ($18) 2. Fill and Spill Picnic Basket ($25) 3. Wee Wonderfuls Fern doll ($39) 4. Fleece Mouse Robe ($40) 5. Tall Boot ($30)
For the budding chef in your life, the MiMi the Sardine organic cooking aprons are the perfect gift. They are super easy to wipe off and have adjustable ties, so the apron grows with your little one. I’m also a big fan of the kid-tough Fisher Price digital cameras. Now your mini Ansel Adams can keep his paws off your camera and create his own masterpiece.
1. Curious George Matching Game ($8) 2. Train Sound Puzzle ($11) 3. Veggie Tales Christmas Collection ($15) 4. Organic Cotton Child’s Apron ($20) 5. Kid’s Digital Camera ($38) 6. Battatt Bristle Block Set ($24)
I’ll always have a soft spot for sparkly pet collars but this year I’m also intrigued by the Bolt laser toy. Whether you’ve got a dog or a cat, your furry companion will be very entertained by this laser pointer. The best part? You’ll be equally entertained by their antics as they chase the beam around your home.
1. Chevron Pet Bed Cover ($59) 2. Sparkle Dog Collar ($23) 3. Interactive Laser Pet Toy ($16) 4. Cat Scratcher Lounge ($49.95) 5. Soggy Doggy Slopmat ($24.95)
3 responses to “Holiday Gift Guide: For Kids & Pets”
I love all of your suggestions. If my little girl wasn’t almost 19, those darling pink boots would be under our tree! They rock. Keep the ideas coming! We need teen and college ideas.
I have two cats, and the Bolt laser toy really does work well.
Gone are the old ideas and styles for most things in the new century and now get ready for a fresh idea for the modern pet. Fresh and sleek styling, easy to clean sets of pet beds and dishes bring the pet into the new era.New styling of the modern dog bowl, have brought about changes in design form and color schemes. The dog bowls of gleaming stainless steel have been around for a while. Easy to clean, but the bowl shape is not very stable on the floor with an active dog intent on dinner. The dish then is part of the ‘landscape’ of the surrounding décor. When not in use most of the other times, the stainless steel standard dog bowl is a target for accidental spills and unsuspecting footfalls. .
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