Here is another gift guide for kiddos ages 2-4. Again, like the 4-6 gift guide, a lot of these can be gender neutral depending on what you choose. My youngest daughter is sometimes hard to shop for because she typically gets all of big sisters hand me down stuff, and there is rarely anything she “needs”. But baby girl deserves some new stuff too! She turns 2 in February, so when making this list I tried to find items that would work well for her now, and as she gets older. And there is also a lot here that big sis would play with as well. So it’s a win-win. 🙂
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1. Wonder Lab
This is one of those items that is really for both girls. Josie is really into science and hands-on activities right now, and I really love the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) toys. I also think this is a great one that Isla can grow with as well.
For Josie’s first Christmas I purchased a plastic Fisher Price toy kitchen that has been okay, but the girls play with it enough that I think it’s time for an upgrade soon! I really love the Magnolia Kitchen, Fridge, and Accessories but a lot of them seem to be selling out! I found this KidKraft one and think it is so so cute! I love that it has lots of storage and counter space. Exactly what every little girl needs in their kitchen, right? 😉 KidKraft is a brand that I really like and feel has good quality items. The girls table and dollhouse is made by KidKraft and have both held up well! The table also comes in super handy when we have company–perfect kids table! There is assembly on their stuff, but really not too bad.
Isla loves books! And this one looks fun and interactive. This will probably be one of many books. You can never have too many!
4. Lego Duplo
Isla is learning how to build, and the Lego Duplo’s are the perfect size for her little hands. And since there aren’t many pieces, it’s great for the 2-4 age range.
I’ve raved about Moonlite before and how much we love ours! It’s a tiny projector that you clip to your phone. It projects the images onto the wall while you read your little one the story. It’s such a cute concept and we’ve loved using ours! They released a bunch of new stories this year so my girls will each be getting a new story or two in their stocking this year.
Not that we need another stuffed animal, BUT these cuddle + kind dolls are absolutely precious and so well made! And even better, the company gives 10 meals to a child in need for every doll sold. How absolutely wonderful is that.
Holiday jammies all around! Same with big sis, Isla will be getting her holiday jammies delivered from our elf on the shelf, Sophie, so she can wear them all month long.
I’m kinda obsessed with pom-pom’s on my girls. And even for myself really! But on a little girl there really is no cuter thing. So this beanie is perfect for the pom-pom crazed mama like myself! And how cute with her new winter coat?!
Velvet is definitely one of those holiday fabrics that are so timelessly beautiful, especially as a sweet little dress for my baby girl. Excited for her to match her sister for the holidays. Yup, I’m that mama!
10. Magna Tiles
Every time we visit the Discovery Museum Isla is drawn to these magnetic tiles. So I thought they would be perfect to add to her Christmas list!