Let’s treat our sweet little peeps….
Now this a bunk bed I would gladly sleep in today! Restoration Hardware does children’s rooms right.
Elizabeth Heard Barettes are incredibly chic and unique for all ages.
An up close view of the chic stone barrettes.
When you want to play the Kennedys without the curse, Florence Eiseman will have your little ones dressing to John John and Caroline perfection.
J. Crew string light PJs. A perfect photo op for Christmas morning and a reliable wash for all year round.
Light up legos. If you are shopping for a young boy, you are welcome.
While the gummies are cute, this Jonathan Adler lion nightlight is a great element of decor that will surely last a lifetime. A playful touch!
May Design Notebooks are a fabulous and practical gift for all students and college goers (and adults alike). They can be personalized to taste, functional for use, and always easy to identify.
Monogrammed bluetooth speakers. There is no doubt these would be put to use from 12 to 24, and all monogram fans beyond. From Me & Re Design
Speaking of monograms, these insulated and colorful lunch boxes make for a playful cubby conversation starter.
If you haven’t heard about these yet, you are a little late. SO many children are riding around on these “segway without the handle” motorized moving machines. They are called monorovers. I don’t recommend trying these unless you have a good sense of balance and a house that is completely free of valuables.
These books are stunning. Holographic pictures transport you deep under the ocean or far into the wild life wilderness. Kids just love them!
A great gift for any child. Personalized baskets from Pottery Barn Kids can be filled with onesies, burp cloths, or toys for your tots.
Oilily. A brand that I grew up wearing and that I still love today. Whimsy, creative, and incredibly cute!