If you click and buy, we may receive a small commission, thank you. If you celebrate Easter, you probably know that your baby isn’t going to have any idea what’s happening for at least the first few years. Even so, who doesn’t love a beautiful Easter basket and a cute little baby? I’m not a big fan of “stuff,” so I tend to be partial to gifts that are consumable and/or practical, but still fun. 🙂
We received free products and if you click & buy, we may receive a small commission, thank you. Little Passports has been on my radar for a while as a fun, monthly subscription that’s also educational. I’m a bit particular about how much “stuff” I bring into the house and now that I’ve actually received a shipment, I feel like this is a very happy medium! There are several options available to suit kids from ages 3 to 14. Early Explorers is for ages 3-5, World Edition is for ages 6-10, USA edition is age 7-12 and Science Expeditions is for ages 9+. I went back and forth on what I should get but decided on the Early Explorers for my 5-year old. The day the package arrived, my 7-year old was disappointed that he didn’t get one, so I think the World Edition may be in my future.
I purchased this item myself, however, if you click and buy, I may receive a small commission. Thank you. A few weeks ago, I clicked Facebook ad for jewelry with inspirational sayings engraved, and ended up going down an internet rabbit hole that landed me on Etsy. After looking at a few different shops and items, I ended up browsing Emily Jane Designs, maker of eco-conscious, recycled silver jewelry.
If you click my links & make a purchase, I may receive a small commission, thank you! What do you buy for a mom? She probably doesn’t “need” anything but whether she’s your mom or just a friend who happens to be a mom, she sure does deserve something. So, what’s a gift giver to do? Default to flowers or chocolate? Nope, check out these unique ideas that she’ll love!