All posts tagged: holiday shopping

Holiday Toy Shopping at Ikea

Don’t overlook Ikea when doing your holiday toy shopping this year. There are really great deals on items your kids will love. My favorite thing about shopping online at Ikea is that I can add items to my list and then email my list to my husband to go pick everything up! I save on shipping and he saves time. Here’s what I love for my kids: This table and chair set is compact for small spaces and the price can’t be beat! This activity mat is great for my toddler to do yoga and my infant to crawl around. You’ve seen that cozy infant elephant plush all over the Internet. Here’s Ikea’s huggable version- much cheaper! This roll of drawing paper will bring new excitement to arts and crafts time. You can even trace your toddler and have them decorate the outline. The itemized shopping list even tells you what products are available in your local store. Advertisements

“It” Toy of 2017: Fingerlings

Get them before they’re gone. Fingerlings, these adorable little monkeys that climb and make noises as you play with them, are poised to be the “it” toy of the 2017 holiday season. Retail prices are rising! If you’re lucky, you can find one in a store for $15. Otherwise, you’re going to spend at least $30 or $40 for one online right now. And at that point, you might as well splurge and get the limited Toys R Us unicorn edition! Is it acceptable if I get that for myself and walk around the office with it?

Disney’s Vampirina Toy Scare

Just in time for Halloween, Disney released a line of Vampirina plush toys to support the new television show. I was so excited to find these characters in Wal-Mart for only $7.99! I picked up Vampirina and planned on going back to get another the following week. Normally, I would buy them all at once but I knew my husband would yell at me for my “unneccessary” shopping. I decided to get one per week to surprise my daughter. In theory, it was a good plan. But now the dolls are sold out and retailing online for $18 each! What?!!! Lesson learned. Listen to your inner shopaholic. Especially as holiday shopping season nears.