The month of February is very dear to Victoria and I. We both got married during the month of love and Victoria's son celebrates his birthday in February as well! And like most parents, we love celebrating Valentine's day with our kids! That's why I put together this fun V-Day gift guide for littles :).
We absolutely love everything by Seedling. Their creative kits provide endless hours of fun for kiddos. These retro ice cream paddle balls are just the cutest and we know every kid, ages 0-99, would enjoy them. At only $4.99 each they are also a great classmate/friend gift.
Ok. Ok. I may be a little partial with this next statement, but The Grace Doll is the poster toy for a gift that spreads love! Her pale and dark pink hues scream Valentine's gift, and most importantly, her tokens are an awesome alternative to Valentine's cards!
Hape is an amazing and quality toy brand. We love this cooking set as a Valentine's gift that promotes imaginative play to encourage and get your little excited about helping you in the kitchen with the baking of V-Day cookies :).
My daughter has this and it is one of her favorite things! She's 4 and has so much fun with it. We even created a little garden for her fairies. They secretly leave her tiny notes of encouragement. They come out at night using the magical fairy door (only occasionally). The look on her face each time she discovers they left her a note is priceless! Find them at www.fatbraintoys.com (one of our stockist!).
Seriously... how cute is this?! I know both my 8 month and 4 year old daughter would adore this! I love that it's made of reclaimed wood - sustainable toys are high on our list.
This tiny hand-knit bear is a perfect Valentine's day gift for every child, especially for the super tiny ones in our life. Bed time snuggles just got a whole lot sweeter! He's available at our newest stockist, Rose and Rex.
7. Stickers and Paper Dolls by Djeco $7.95
I gifted this to my daughter for Christmas and she plays with them a ton. The best part is that they are made from a window-cling sort of material so they don't lose their stickiness - have to love toys that last! Djeco, another quality (and European) brand on our list, has many versions of the stickers and paper dolls to choose from. Find them at Barnes and Noble.
It can be tough shopping for holiday gifts for our littlest, but clothing is always a great go-to! I love that this adorable heart-print jumpsuit can work for a baby boy or girl - and will also be a good hand-me-down.
9. Janod DIY Fire Truck $31.99
Anything DIY for kids is a win at our house! This DIY truck comes with 27 pieces - providing hours of creative fun for your little guy (or gal!). Janod is a European brand known for their sustainable toys. Available at Nordstrom.