With this kit, kids can mail friendship bracelets to their friends they are missing as a way of connecting from afar.
At the beginning of quarantine, it was painfully obvious that our house was lacking in art supplies — and I like the idea of ordering everything at once, like this “creativity kit.”
I’ve bought a lot of sippy cups for my son, and these are the only ones that have lasted a long time.
I like this as a time consuming activity for kids who are old enough/dexterous enough to place the stickers in the spaces, like a paint by number.
I saw this brand on Instagram and thought it was a great idea — coconut oil-based skincare for kids.
How cute are these animal-shaped ottomans? My son would get a kick out of this Triceratops, but I am also partial to the shark and pig.
This adorable rug comes in several bright, punchy colors that would be perfect for decorating a child’s bedroom.
One of my closest friends just had twins, and I almost died of a cuteness overload when she texted me a photo of her newborns laying side by side on this pillow.
This was my absolute favorite brand for baby pajamas — they’re incredibly soft, wash well, and come in adorable patterns.
A dispenser like this was essential to me as a formula feeding mom.
I know my husband would never ever buy this sweater for himself but would wear it every single day if he owned it.
We received this bath toy organizer as a gift from a friend who loved having it for her own son, and we’ve found that it prevents moldy toys.