The Ultimate Gift Guide for Kids

Fun presents for the littlest Southerners

A play kitchen from Milton & Goose.

A throwback puffer by Patagonia made just for miniature humans. $99;

This whole collection of floral motifs in sticker form by William Morris elevate the act of peeling and sticking. $9;

There’s something about oversized forms of anything sweet, like this delightfully large star cookie from Houses and Parties, that equals magic for children. $42;

The music bug is never a bad one to catch, especially if it begins with one of these adorable mini guitars by Loog. $79;

A classic rope swing like this one by Aoneky is simply a must-have part of Southern childhood. $49;

Snow Globe
A cheeky snow globe from Furbish Studio lifts spirits and channels a sentiment even adults can appreciate. $49;

Weighted Lap Blanket
This genius creation by Huggaroo combines the softness of a stuffed animal with a stress-relieving weighted lap blanket. Hint: It comes in handy on long car rides. $46;

Teach world geography and shoot hoops at the same time with this basketball by Spalding for Urban Outfitters. $29;

This beautifully illustrated pillow by Atelier Choux in Paris depicts a carousel with nearly every creature in the animal kingdom along for the ride. $45;

Grocery Cart
Make the idea of everyday chores like grocery shopping fun (and stylish) with a rattan cart by the creative folks at Poppie Toys. $149;

Jungle Gym
How’s this for cool: A Wes Anderson–esque fort/clubhouse/jungle gym from TP Toys in England adjusts heights easily, growing along with the children playing on it. $249;

Corduroy Overall Dress
There’s just something timeless about overalls—and overall dresses like this one by J.Crew in bubblegum pink. $60;

Celebrate the holidays like royalty with these playful paper crowns from Massey Gordon. $20;

Practical and perfectly aww-inspiring wool mittens by Polarnopyret. $19;

Party Crackers
Put the fun and games back into holiday meals at the kids’ table with marbled party crackers from Houses and Parties. $88; 

This clever origami-inspired rubber ducky from Kalencom in New Orleans doubles as both a teething toy and a bath toy. $17; 

A diminutive version of the adult classic by Taylor Stitch to match Dad. $68;

Peppermint Sticks
Nostalgic peppermint candy from Houses and Parties brings serious charm to stocking stuffing. $18;

Mineral Collection
A deluxe set of specimens for the budding geologist from the Evolution Store. $98;

The Texas designer Caitlin Wilson dreamed up a field full of florals for this feminine children’s pajama set. $89;

Play Kitchen
This interactive Milton & Goose piece will encourage a love of the most loved room in a Southern house—the sort of toy meant to be handed down from generation to generation. $649;

It doesn’t get much cuter than wool slippers for children by Birkenstock. $90;

Play Food Set
A delightfully small take on heirloom varieties by Milton & Goose, in wood and felt, naturally. $58;

Bath Wash
This Tubby Todd Bath Co. wash for both hair and body is very, very gentle on the skin—and it makes excellent bubble hats. $15–45;

An important book for children about managing big feelings (and adults will learn a thing or two, too!). $14;

Holiday gift guides from G&G:
>> Gift Ideas Under $50
>> Gift Ideas Under $300
>> Gift Ideas for Southern Cooks
>> Gift Ideas for the Sporting-Minded
>> Gift Ideas for Kids
>> Heirloom-Quality Gifts to Last a Lifetime
>> Our Editors’ Wish List

Also see:
>> The Winter Catalogue from Fieldshop by Garden & Gun

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