Does your little princess have everything but a pony in her life? Is that what she’s begging you for this Christmas? It can be tough, when kids get toys and presents all year round and from other family members too, you end up with a house full of junk and they have everything they could ever need or want. However, Father Christmas still needs to pay a visit this year, so here are a few ideas for that little girl who has everything:
A Subscription Box
There are loads of these about today, so you could sign your little one up for a one-time or monthly kids’ subscription box such as Whirli, the ever-changing toy box, Willow & Wild Box, Brick Loot or Bookabees. They’ll enjoy getting a package in the post as well as a cool activity too.
If your little one has all the dolls she could ever wish for, then why not start buying things for them? They need clothes, shoes, somewhere to live, sometimes they even need a car. Check out Melody Jane Dolls Houses for all your doll’s needs. They won’t’ want for anything.
Tickets to a Show
A ticket to a concert, a play, or a dance show will give your little one something to look forward to. Perhaps it will be their first trip to a theatre, so they’ll feel really grown up and very excited.
Kids love to have a space of their own and even better if it’s one they can decorate. So, what do you think your little princess would really want for her room? Posters? Fairy lights? A new rug? Go and get a few things, as not only will they enjoy opening them but they’ll enjoy decorating their room with them too.
Kids enjoy taking care of living things, so if you think your little one could be a budding gardener, then a really nice gift for them is if you put together a package of seeds, seedings, kid-sized gardening gloves, and a watering can. They’ll enjoy their time in the garden, and you might get a bunch of flowers for it too.
A Sleepover Kit
Little girls love a sleepover, but they need all the right gear. If your little one is getting to that age, then give her a kid-sized sleeping bag, personalized pillowcase, and a small toiletry kit with travel-sized toothpaste and toothbrush.
A Personalized Calendar
Choose a calendar that features her favorite animal or character, or get a personalized one made with pictures of your family and friends and pets, then write in special dates such as birthdays, celebrations, play dates, and anything else you have planned.
Kids who have plenty of energy will appreciate passes to things like indoor trampoline parks, rock climbing gyms, or swimming pools; it will also tire them out, which is a gift in itself for you.
A Day Out
Buy a day-pass to a butterfly garden, planetarium, science museum, children’s museum, or a zoo. This again gives your little one something to look forward to and means they’re occupied for a day when you’re looking for something to do or want to tire them out.