Gift Guide Part #1: Your Nutty Little Kids Who Are Masters at Negotiating Bedtime and Never Met a Dinosaur They Didn’t Love.
Triceratops table lamp, aka the world’s coolest night light. $32.
Gymnastics ribbon, $3, for some seriously awesome dancing around the house.
A ukulele, which my kids have been obsessed with for the past two years. $29.
These unisex wool leggings, the Norwegian secret to playing outside all winter. $69.
Woodland nesting set, $23.
A few great bedtime stories, like The Storm Whale, Harold’s Hungry Eyes and Rosie Revere, Engineer.
Temporary tattoos that smell like real candy! $18 for eight.
Peppa Pig classroom playset, $18.
Glow-in-the-dark pajamas, $50. (Would be cute with this book!)
Zingo, a kid-friendly bingo game that’s legitimately fun to play. $12. (Also, Don’t Break the Ice and Jenga.)
Special Agent gear, $36, since every kid is a spy at heart.
A $3 cricket lollipop… and a challenge.
P.S. A previous gift guide for kids, and slamdunk birthday presents.
(Photo of Anton at home by Alpha Smoot.)