Over 100 Stocking Stuffer Ideas For The Family

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I don’t know about you, but I used to struggle with ideas for stocking stuffers. Now it’s my favorite! Here are over 100 ideas for stocking stuffers for the family!

 

Babies

  1. Wubbanub Pacifier
  2. Teether
  3. Books
  4. Beanie Hat
  5. 
Sleeper
  6. Bibs
  7. Toothbrush/toothpaste
  8. Small toys
  9. Hair bows
  10. Sippy cups
  11. Tights
  12. Bath wash/Lotion
  13. Finger Puppets
  14. Rattles
  15. Night Light
  16. Snacks
  17. Leg Warmers

 

Toddlers/Children

  1. Toothbrush
  2. Hair Bows/Ties
  3. 
Underwear
  4. Bubbles
  5. Glow Sticks
  6. Favorite Snack
  7. Fun Socks
  8. 
Slippers
  9. Bath Toys
  10. Bubble Bath
  11. Children’s Flashlight
  12. Melissa & Doug Scissor Skills Activity Book
  13. Cup
  14. Crayons
  15. Coloring Books
  16. Books
  17. Jump Rope
  18. Playdoh
  19. Light Up Bath Toys
  20. Beanie Hat
  21. Gloves
  22. Scarf
  23. Stuffed Animal
  24. Sensory Toys
  25. Mini Magnetic Doodle Board
  26. Scratch Art Mini Notes
  27. Doodlers Sculpting Sticks
  28. Bouncy Balls
  29. Reindeer Antler Ring Toss
  30. Bath Dropz
  31. Reindeer Farts Cotton Candy
  32. Glow in the Dark Stars
  33. Hot Wheels
  34. Sticky Hands
  35. Play Jewelry
  36. Candy Cane Pens
  37. Activity Pads
  38. Clementines

 

Tweens/Teens

  1. Hair Accessories
  2. 
Gift Card
  3. 
Journal
  4. Favorite Snack
  5. Hot Chocolate
  6. Fun Earbuds (How cute are these unicorn ear buds?!)
  7. 
Fun Socks/Leggings
  8. Initial Necklace
  9. 
Bathwash/Lotion
  10. Favorite Perfume
  11. Lip Gloss
  12. Chapsticks (Check out these Troll Lip Balms)
  13. Makeup
  14. Books
  15. Unicorn Poop Candy
  16. Alarm Clock
  17. Hair Chalk
  18. Bath Bombs
  19. Bracelet
  20. Water Bottle
  21. Monogram Cup
  22. Cellphone Cover
  23. Nail Polish
  24. Devotional
  25. Wallet
  26. Bluetooth Shower Speaker
  27. Gloves/Beanie/Scarf
  28. Lego Mug
  29. Key Chain
  30. Slippers
  31. Gag Gift
  32. Umbrella
  33. Phone Charger
  34. Reindeer Farts Cotton Candy
  35. Sleep Mask
  36. Temporary Tattoos
  37. Sunglasses

 

Moms/Dads

  1. Starbucks Gift Card
  2. Perfume/Cologne
  3. 
Favorite Snack
  4. Slippers
  5. Stationary
  6. Jewelry
  7. Coffee Mug
  8. Water Bottle
  9. Silicone Wedding Band
  10. Adult Coloring Book
  11. Coozie
  12. Candle
  13. Bluetooth Shower Speaker
  14. Cooling Sports Towel
  15. Essential Oils
  16. Devotional
  17. Fruit Infuser Water Bottle
  18. Hot Hands
  19. Toiletries
  20. Toiletry Bag
  21. Travel Coffee Mug
  22. Pocket Knife
  23. Gag gift
  24. Flashlight
  25. Bottle Opener/Wine Opener
  26. Body Scrub
  27. Umbrella
  28. Car Charger
  29. Electric Razor
  30. Women’s Boho Headbands
  31. Sweatbands

 

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Gift Guide For Toddlers

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I love Christmas time! The cool weather. The snow. The Christmas tree. The stockings. Love it all! I have to say, though, that sometimes I get so stressed thinking of gifts for my littles. I know I can’t be the only one. I have put together a list of some great gift ideas for toddlers. Enjoy!

1. Dress up clothes. My girls love to play dress up. Last year, they got a ton of tutus and they still use them. This year, the girls have asked for a magic hat and magic wand. I love their imaginations! How fun is this? And I love the Disney princess dress up clothes too! And what child doesn’t love to be a super hero?!

2. I love gifts that my kids will use for more than a couple months. This tent is so adorable! Perfect for reading time, living room “camp outs”, and so much more.

3. Books, books, and more books! We always get each child a book for Christmas. I have loved reading since I was a child and it’s so important for us to instill that same love of reading into our children.

4. When it comes to toys, I love learning toys. There are so many great ones to choose from. Here are a few of my favorites:


The Leapfrog Learn and Scribble is a favorite of my girls. It is great for teaching little ones their letters and numbers and how to trace. The twins have shown a lot of interest in clocks recently, so the learning clock is definitely on our wish list this year.

5. Arts and crafts. I’m going to be putting together an arts kit for the kiddos. Construction paper, finger paints, crayons, safety scissors, etc. This is a great thing to have on hand especially in the coming days and months when the little ones (and parents) will be getting cabin fever.

6. Our girls love to build things and we recently discovered the coolest things ever: Magnetic Building Tiles. You have to check these out!

7. Experiences! I love the idea of experiences and making memories. Family memberships to the zoo and/or local childrens museum. Is there a  trip you want to take the family on in the coming year? Gymnastics or karate lessons that they would love?

Check out Over 100 Stocking Stuffers for some other awesome gift ideas!

What’s on your toddler’s wish list this year? I’d love to hear your ideas!

 

Friday Favorites: Breastfeeding Edition

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It’s time for another Friday Favorites! Since I’m back to breastfeeding (I’ve really only had about a 4 week break in 3 years lol), I’m going to share my favorite things in regards to breastfeeding.

1) Medela Easy Expression Hands-Free Bustier, Black, Medium. I love this pumping bra and it is a must have for me. It allows you to be hands free while you pump. I know many people will cut holes in sports bras but I prefer this bra. It’s slips on easily because it has a zipper in the front so I don’t have to pull it over my head. Maybe I’m lazy, but I love it!

2) Food! That’s a no-brainer, right? Specifically things that help boost milk supply. I love to make lactation cookies. Do we really need an excuse to have a cookie? Use oats, flax seed and brewers yeast to help your supply.

3) Nursing pillow. I love my Boppy! How cute is this owl boppy?

4) Breastmilk storage bags. Lay Lansinoh Breastmilk Storage Bags With Convenient Pour Spout and Patented Double Zipper Seal, Ideal for Storing and Freezing Breastmilk, 100 Count, BPA and BPS Free“>these flat to freeze and you can easily store them without taking up a lot of freezer space.

5) Nursing tanks. I’m a bigger chested girl so I’ve tried a few different nursing tanks. This tank provides amazing support and I’ve had it for 3 years and it hasn’t worn out yet.

6) These gel pads are amazing! You can use them hot or cold. Great for any discomfort in the early days of breastfeeding or for the pain from mastitis.

What are your must haves, mamas?