1. Sled Legs, wearable sleds so they can run and slide down the hill on their knees. First of all–it’s about time! $48
2. Not available. Here is a similar sherpa jacket! (on sale for $22!)
3. Kid plates are really a present for you disguised as a present for them–this one suctions to just about anything so your baby can’t throw her food everywhere anymore (ahem!) and this construction plate and utensils one is as close to playing with food as we’ll allow in hopes they’ll shovel some of it into their mouths! $13, $14
4. The most realistic, child-sized, sturdy shopping cart they’ve wanted ever since they step foot in their first grocery store (we have this and all three of our kids (1,4, 8) play with it. $62
5. Not available. Here is another Sherpa Colorblock Backpack because everything fuzzy is cute (would make a great first purse, too!) $14!
6. A Caboodle just like you used to have, because her nail polish/makeup collection is starting to rival your own. $18
8. Tamagotchi. Everything old is new again and life is wonderful (we got one for our 4 and 8 year old!) $35
9. Soft magnetic letters in a modern font (thank. you!) and variety of colors. Good for spelling beginners all the way to teens who can leave you notes. $24
10. A happy little purse she’ll probably put chapstick and a toy in and love forever. $24
12. The Lost House. A beautiful find and seek book. $13
13. Not available. But how cute is this set of five rattles?! Perfectly sized for small hands and teething. $39
14. This hoop’s scoreboard lights up and keeps track of every point, while music plays and a shot clock keeps the game going–all while looking sleek in a white finish (win. win. win.) On sale for $98!
15. Anti-blue light glasses with 0 magnification. So whether they just want pretend glasses (just my kid?) or your concerned all that screen time might be harming their eyes–yes!–these glasses will cover all the bases. $21
16. Not available. Check out these Metallic Duck Boots…do these come in my size? $42
17. Solar Photography Kit that uses sunlight to produce rich blue prints of common objects on paper or fabric. $14
18. Cubebot. A wooden toy robot that can be positioned in dozens of poses and folds back into a cube. $20