Tired of stepping on Legos? Here are gifts for the young and young at heart because we all know Adulting is hard.
Guess who’s back in a coat of many colors? Batman. Purchase this PRIDE-ful set of Rainbow Batman Figurines from Alleycat Comics. Holy Awesome Present.
It’s not easy being a kid! Toughen ’em up like the Swedes with this book on How to Be a Viking from the Swedish American Museum. Their first assignment can be to conquer cleaning their room!
This Duck Foot Pencil Sharpener from Martha Mae: Art Supplies and Beautiful Things not only looks cute, but it is functional too. Accepts regular and colored pencils. Don’t try to sharpen your duck’s foot.
Coding is where it’s at. With STEM programs popping up across the nation, your little coder will certainly enjoy this game from Toys Et Cetera, helping them secure a scholarship later and save you on tuition come college time.
Guthrie can be transformed into a dozen positions. Don’t you wish you were that flexible? But seriously, this wooden toy from Cowboys and Astronauts will look as good on top of a shelf as it does in your child’s hands.
We can’t promise these coloring placements from Transistor will make your kids better eaters, but they will keep them occupied while you fry those green tomatoes.
Good thing newborns can’t read. This snap suit from Hamburger Mary‘s will help keep a smile on faces of anyone performing 2AM diaper duty.
Jeff Kinney knows Wimpy kids and this is the 12th installment of this very popular series. You can’t go wrong with this purchase from Women & Children First.