Est. 2011

December 2, 2019

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Gift Guide : Little Girls

This gift guide is for little girls, ages 5-7, just about the ages of my two oldest, Zoe and Naomi. At this age, I love [continuing] to encourage creative and imaginative play. We have many of the items I included in this guide; these are some of my children’s favorite things to play with.

We have this exact kitchen play set, and have had it for several years. It was a “splurge” but we gifted it to both girls one Christmas, and it’s been the source of countless hours of imaginative play. Earlier this year, I gave it a facelift and painted most of the red a dark grey. I LOVE the way it turned out.

I hope you find this guide useful for the little girls in your life!

LITTLE GIRLS GIFT GUIDE:

  1. Poppy apron – my friend Rebekah designed these aprons, and my girls simply love them;
  2. Souvenir box – such a brilliant idea to help corral and limit kids’ treasures and trinkets, while also letting them know that preserving memories is a good thing;
  3. Doctor set – our kids would play doctor for hours and hours;
  4. Kitchen tools – we have these tools; they’re so realistic and the kids love using them in their play kitchen;
  5. Wicker stroller – such a well-made, beautiful baby doll stroller, and it switches between a pram and a shopping trolley;
  6. Play kitchen – this is the exact kitchen we gifted to our children several years ago; I love its simplicity, size, and functionality;
  7. Doll – a beautiful Hazel Village doll in a linen dress;
  8. Sewing kit – I’m gifting sewing kits to my girls this year, and cannot wait;
  9. Shopping cart – if there’s one thing I learned from motherhood, it’s that kids love putting stuff in containers and pushing/carrying them around; this shopping cart is adorable;
  10. Wooden chair – I love these little wooden bunny chairs from Oeuf;
  11. Bicycle – a beautiful bike WITH a basket for all the outdoor treasures that are bound to be found;
  12. Gold soccer ball – our girls started soccer this fall, and I know they’ll adore a metallic soccer ball;
  13. Wooden tool set – kids love playing with toys that are like what they see adults using, and this tool set is so realistic, and beautiful.

You can check out my other 2019 gift guides here.

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