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If Black Friday came and went and you still have presents to buy for the kids, then check out the My Strange Family holiday gift guide for kids. Many of these gifts are from Small local businesses, some are gifts that we already own and love, and some are gifts that we would love to see under the Christmas tree this year. I am not a huge fan of gifts that need batteries or mass-produced, but I do love useful, educational and trendy gifts! Oh and if you want to check out the My Strange Family parents gift guide click HERE.

Babies First Christmas Holiday Gift Guide

My Strange Family First Christmas Holiday Gift Guide

  1. Tattoo birds onsie from Hiho Batik, an experiential retail store and art space in Brooklyn.
  2. Blush limited edition moccasins from Freshly Picked, all of the moccasins are made in the USA.
  3. Personalized block from Oliver & Adelaide made in Southborough, Massachusetts out of Maple wood, with no harmful finish.
  4. Rib Star Dress from Nununu, an edgy children’s wear apparel line based in Tel Aviv but can be purchased at Babesta in Tribeca.
  5. Manny and Simon wooden toys from The Honest Companies new exclusive designer collaborations The Collective.
  6. Anne-Claire Petit mama teddy, Hand made out of organic cotton, the crochet work, done in Asia, creates sustainable income for rural female artisans.
  7. Cabbage Patch Kids Cuties Doll, as a child from the 80’s I grew up playing with Cabbage Patch kids and 30 years later they are still as cute as ever.
  8. Customized Name Book from Oliver & Adelaide, hand crafted in Houston, Texas, out of cotton, Linen and Poly felt.
  9. Babylegs legwarmers, keeps babies legs warm and makes diaper changing easy.

Toddler Holiday Gift Guide

My Strange Family Toddler Holiday Gift Guide

  1. Little Reader Set – Play, this set of early readers includes nine books that have one, two, or three words per page accompanied by vivid watercolors and line drawings by artist, Cecile Dyer. Printed in Brooklyn, New York.
  2. Tegu magnetic wooden blocks, a for-profit company based in Honduras that fosters a positive social impact through its business.
  3. Climb inside with your favorite books, your favorite friends or your favorite toys. It’s your world in there, B. TeePee Tent.
  4. Telling time teaching clock from Lakeshore Learning.
  5. 3-2-1 blast off – the Green Toys Rocket launches into another eco-friendly deep-space mission! Made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic milk jugs.
  6. PlanToys airport, made from natural, chemical free rubber wood and finished with non-toxic and child friendly colors.
  7. Our Generation doll, perfectly priced as a first dolly. Plus you can get doll and me matching outfit sets!
  8. Tomorrow’s physicians love the B. Dr. Doctor Medical Kit, 9 tools tuck right inside the plastic carrying case.
  9. Personalized super hero cape from Hiho Batik, handmade one-of-a-kind items in Brooklyn.

NYC Kid Holiday Gift Guide

My Strange Family NYC Holiday Gift Guide

  1. NYC football jersey from Hiho Batik, an experiential retail store and art space in Brooklyn.
  2. NYC Transit Wooden Subway Set Toy, 9-piece wooden train and platform set with the MTA New York City Transit Logo.
  3. First published in 1960, New York City was never more beautifully and whimsically created for children than in Miroslav Sasek’s book This Is New York.
  4. Look at the world through a kaleidoscope lens with My First Camera from Giggle.
  5. Piccolini NYC Hot Dog Pretzel NY tee, offered in numerous styles, sizes and colors this year.
  6. Vilac Funny Autos from Kidding Around, three wooden cars that are built according to your imagination. With nine magnetic parts, a child will have different combinations of cars.
  7. Come explore New York City with Sophie as she travels to different worlds in her daddy’s office building, The Super Adventures of Sophie and the City.
  8. MTA 3 Train (7 Avenue Express) Wooden Train, plays on all standard wooden railway systems.
  9. Subway Route T-Shirts, Your kids age or initial. Each tee is devoted to one of NYCs famous train lines, and has the NYC Subway Line logo printed on the back.

What do your kids wish to see under the Christmas tree this year?

Plus check out the My Strange Family holiday gift guide for the Parents