Christmas is less than a week away and if you’re a procrastinator like me you likely still need to take your kiddos gift shopping for one another. I love a good challenge now every now and then but the fact of the matter is that lots of of store are out of stock or items won’t deliver until after Christmas. This is when you get creative and shop toys at non-traditional toy stores.
*This post is sponsored by Game Stop. I was paid for this post and received toys as compensation. As always, all opinions are my own. *
I’ve teamed up with Game Stop to share with you our ultimate gift guide for a sibling gift exchange. I know you’re thinking it… yes, they sell more than games! You get twice as lucky by being being able to score a good gift and there won’t be a crazy holiday crowd. No crowd means they can take their time looking through the toys because they are always overwhelmed in the toy section. LOL
Here’s our top 12 for gifts your kiddos could buy one another:
1. Zoomer Zupps Tiny Unicorn – $6.49
2. Lil Gleemerz – $19.99
3. Pomsie Plush – $15.00
4. Party Popteenie – $5.99
5. Fingerlings -$14.99
6. Untamed – $14.99
7. Super Mario Nintendo Switch Wired Controller– $24.99
8. Splatoon 2 Hybrid Nintendo Switch Cover– $12.99
9. Lulamoon & Starlight Glimmer Figure – $7.49
10. Pokémon Pikachu Light Up Slippers – $29.99
11. Super Mario Mushroom 3D Light– $10.00
12. Nintendo Switch Iconic Car Charger– $12.99
What I love most about this list is that everything is under $25. That’s great for not spending their entire allowance or overextending your budget. Most of these items will make for great stocking stuffers too! *hint hint*
If your daughter is anything like my Zoe girl (age 3), she will love just about anything as long as it’s pink, glittery or in the pony/unicorn animal family. As for little James (age 9) the only thing he loves more than food is his Nintendo Switch, so he’s always looking for new accessories or gear with his favorite character on it. When all else fails, have them buy a gift card for one another and then they can go on a shopping trip after Christmas. The real challenge will be helping them wrap and having them keep a secret from one another until it’s time to open presents.
Have you taken your kiddos gift shopping for one another? If not, you only have 6 days left… HURRY!
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